We have a very interesting opportunity with a University in Georgia. The university is one of the leading private universities in Georgia and was formed in 1998. The University has 10 schools, Business, Law, Media, Technology, Governance, Humanities, Social Sciences, Tourism, Medicine and Healthcare Management. The University has also recently established a doctoral school and has also formed a joint faculty with New Westminster College from Canada.
The university is keen to develop a partnership with a UK university who would be interested in developing dual degree programmes, the preferred model would be a franchised/validated model with the programme delivered in Georgia. The university delivers a number of UG and PG programmes in English, including Business Administration, Computing, International Relations, Sociology, Psychology and Tourism.
As you may have read in the press Georgia is trying hard to become a major hub for international education, and this University is keen to use this partnership and others in its efforts to increase the number of international students.