EU Business School and UCAM sign partnership agreementPosted on 28th Nov 2016 in University Study, Switzerland, Spain Tweet
EU Business School has signed an agreement in partnership with the Universidad Católica de Murcia (UCAM), it has announced.
In this agreement, UCAM gives accreditation to the MBA in International Business, which is delivered on EU Business School’s Barcelona campus.
The signing was attended by UCAM vice-rector of international relations and communication, Pablo Blesa; UCAM director of institutional relations, José Luis Mendoza García; EU Business School vice-presidents, Carl and Luc Craen; and EU Business School Munich academic dean, Begoña González.
EU Business School vice-president, Carl Craen stated that he was extremely pleased with the agreement and that both institutions have much to offer to each other. He also took the opportunity to congratulate the university on its 20th anniversary.
In this agreement with UCAM, EU Business School aims to strengthen its links in Spain, and Barcelona, home to one of its four campuses. EU Business School Munich’s academic dean Begoña González reaffirmed this: “We want to offer the best to our students who come from around the world.”
This is a significant agreement for both institutions and emphasizes the importance of collaboration in order to continuously improve the academic offering for students.
The vice-rector of international relations at UCAM, Pablo Blesa, highlighted that: “EU Business School, like UCAM, has an international focus that has helped create leaders in many of the best companies around the world.”
EU Business School has been providing high quality business education for over 40 years and offers programs at the foundation, undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels both onsite and online, with campuses in Switzerland, Spain and Germany. UCAM offers undergraduate and graduate academic programs taught by faculty and researchers dedicated to providing quality education.
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