Expanding the cooperation with top university in the UK

On 17th January 2019, leaders of the UEB worked with representatives of Exeter Business School to discuss cooperation activities.

Attending the meeting, from Exeter Business School, there were Prof. Gabriele Vosseberg - Head of International Cooperation Office; Ms. Ta Hong Lien - Head of Education Services, British Council. From University of Economics and Business, there were Assoc.Prof.Dr. Nguyen Anh Thu - Vice Rector; MA. Nguyen Duc Lam - Deputy Head of Research and Partnership Development.

After the initial discussion, Exeter Business School decided to appoint representatives to work directly with the UEB. Representatives of the two universities discussed the potential cooperation in joint training programs. Prof. Gabriele Vosseberg from Exeter Business School proposed the cooperation in articulation training, 2 + 2 program which has been a major trend of most universities in the world, especially in majors of international economic and business administration.

The leaders also considered the cooperation in exchanging students, organizing short-term course, summer school, study tours (UEB students will go to Exeter and vice versa). In research, two parties agreed to organize guest lectures on some subjects, such as Economics development, Policy research, Environment policy, Land management policy, ... and other contents of the research strengths. It is possible to apply for funding from Newton Fund and other organizations.

At the end of the meeting, representatives of the two universities pledged to send specific information about the cooperated programs, tuition fees, and student exchange plans in January. Tow Universities will follow steps to cooperate in the short term. Connecting with a British University, especially a university with a long history in training like Exeter Business School will open more learning and exchange opportunities for UEB’s students.

About Exeter Business School:

Exeter Business School is one of the top 10 UK universities, being one of the best business schools in the UK.

Exeter Business School was founded in 1855. The School is a historical school and known for its impressive teaching standards and outstanding research quality. The school has been ranked Gold according to the Excellent Training Framework and 98% of the University's research has been rated as international standard.

Being a member of the prestigious Russell Group, Exeter is internationally renowned for helping students get jobs right after graduation. Along with the support of the award-winning employment service, 94% of graduates have earned a job or further study within 6 months after graduation, according to HESA (2015).

Exeter's campuses provide students with active lifestyle, open library 24/7 with more than 1.2 million titles, in addition to a lot of unique learning spaces, creating a learning environment. dynamic. With everything from international student support services to world-class sports equipment right on campus, students will feel at home when studying here.

Along with the Student Guide, Exeter has an international welcoming environment with more than 22,000 students from 130 different countries. Therefore, it is easy to understand why Exeter Business School won the Student Choice Award. Whatuni 2017 (WUSCA). There are many groups and events who welcome for international students, including the Diversity Week held once a year to showcase the talent of international students at the campus.

Entry requirements:

- English: IELTS 6.5 or above (score of each part is not less than 6); Master course: IELTS 7.0 or above.

If IELTS certificate is less than 6.5, the candidates can attend the training course from 6 to 11 weeks.

- Tuition fee: £ 17,600 per year

 

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