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Royal Holloway and Study Group have signed a partnership for 10 years

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Royal Holloway and Study Group sign 10 year partnership extension

The Royal Holloway University of London and the Study Group have renewed the partnership between the two institutions for a 10-year period.

In 2011, Royal Holloway and Study Group formed a partnership to offer a variety of curricula to allow international students to access study at the university.

According to the university, the success of the partnership pushed them to do so extend their partnership for another 10 years.

in september Global Education Times reported that 16 universities in the UK have agreed to host online study group programs during 2021.

Royal Holloway and Study Group are “developing” cooperation

The partnership between the two institutions is seen as evolving over time and has led to a transformation in course design and delivery, and has introduced the International Year One program.

The programs of the International Year One are in the following areas: economics and electronics, business and management and computer science.

This program also provides pre-session online summer English courses and will help students fully integrate into student life at the university.

The launch of the Pre-Masters program is scheduled for March 2021

In March next year, Study Group and Royal Holloway plan to begin training in a pre-graduate program that will include four new study options: economics, business and management, e-engineering and information security, computer science and social sciences and the arts. and the humanities.

This program will allow international students to take a variety of postgraduate courses at London’s Royal Holloway University.

Due to travel restrictions due to COVID-19 Royal Holloway and Study Group collaborated to meet the needs of international students, and launched a new optional English module. This will allow undergraduate students coming from outside the UK to directly start their program in January 2021.

James Pitman, managing director of Study Group for the UK and Europe, said: “We are very excited to extend our contract with Royal Holloway, University of London, for another 10 years.

“As a result of this strong and lasting partnership, international students have been able to achieve their academic goals and advance to study prestigious and high-level undergraduate programs at Royal Holloway in a variety of disciplines, from economics and technology to art-based subjects such as English literature, film and music .

“We look forward to continuing to work with Royal Holloway to innovate in the design and delivery of programs while ensuring successful student outcomes.”

Zahra Hamdani is a reporter for the Global Education Times from Ireland, which focuses on educational news in Europe and South Asia. Unless she writes for GET News, Zahra is a school teacher and educator with experience in both primary and secondary schools in the Republic of Ireland as well as in Pakistan.

You can contact Zahra at zahra@globaleducationtimes.org

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