News Spotlight 27 October 2019
A new agreement signed between Brock University and the University of Malaya (UM) aims to create closer ties between the two. The goal of the new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is to enhance relations between the two universities and to develop academic and cultural interchange in the areas of education, research and other activities to work towards the internationalization of higher education. Highlights of the new agreement include a focus on student transfers, exchange of staff and students, and the potential for collaborative research and publications.
Researchers, archivists and community organizers from across Canada have also gathering at Brock University this weekend to share the Italian-Canadian community’s contributions to Canada and to thank everyone who has help built their country.
At Elon Generations of graduates will come flooding back to campus in early November as the university celebrates Homecoming & Reunion Weekend 2019.
Elon student-athletes are succeeding in their respective sports as well as in the classroom, according to recently released data from the NCAA. The NCAA released the 2018-19 Graduation Success Rate (GSR) and Federal Graduation Rate data for all Division I institutions as a part of the annual NCAA Division I Academic Performance Program, which shows that Elon leads the Colonial Athletic Association with a Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of 96 percent.
At NEOMA, The International Partnership of Business Schools (IPBS) held its annual conference from October 8-11 and celebrated its 40th anniversary.
On 16 October Professor Dr Christoph Binder assumed the position of Dean at ESB Business School at Reutlingen University. An ESB graduate himself, he replaces his predecessor Professor Dr Andreas Taschner after a three-year term of office.
The school also congratulates the 357 graduates from all over the world who recently celebrated their graduation from ESB Business School.
The Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) continues to be recognized as among the best business schools in the world. Both the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and the Small Business Charter (SBC) have awarded LUMS full five-year reaccreditations. They are among four bodies, along with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the European Foundation for Management Development’s EQUIS system, to accredit the school, placing it among the top business schools across the globe.
News Spotlight 27 October 2019 A new agreement signed between Brock University and the University of Malaya (UM) aims...Read All
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