President Fernando León García and CETYS Faculty met with partners from 14 institutions in 11 countries across the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa, to talk about collaboration initiatives, projects and trends regarding internationalization.
“Today we had an excellent opportunity to catch up on some joint activities we have undertaken with many representatives from institutions around the globe. I think most importantly what prevailed was a sense of friendship and a joint effort to try to move forward on the international agenda and the global preparation of our students. It’s clear that we are moving from bilateral to multilateral partnerships”, said President León García.
“It was a fabulous event that allowed us to find further collaborations and opportunities to work together to expand our internationality”, said Dr. Edward Roekaert, President of Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas, with whom CETYS recently signed an agreement.
“The idea of bringing together both student mobility but also multilateral relationships that also link business and industry with international partners is a very powerful message and one that I personally believe in. That’s why we are very happy to be participating in this International Partners Breakfast” said Ashish Vaidya, President of St. Cloud University, Minnesota, US.
CETYS University continuously promotes strategic alliances around the world, that contribute to high quality education and international collaboration.
Al Akhawayn University, Morocco
Bond University, Australia
BSB- Burgundy School of Business, France
California State University Fullerton, United States
Hanyang University, South Korea
Institute of the Americas, United States
Karlstad University, Sweden
Osaka University of Commerce, Japan
Soonchunhyang University, South Korea
St. Cloud State University, United States
Universidad Mayor, Chile
Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas, Perú
Upper Austria University, Austria
Zeppelin University, Germany