Universities in Great Britain are collaborating to open new faculties in Romania

Universities in the UK are partnering with Romanian educational institutions to open new faculties in the country.

Bucharest International School of Management (BISM, former MSM – Maastricht School of Management) is collaborating with Abertay University in Great Britain to launch on the Romanian market, starting with September, three bachelor’s programs with British model and accreditation, it is shown in a statement to the BISM.

Abertay University was, in 2020, in the top 10 universities in the UK on student satisfaction (a study conducted by the UK National Student Survey and the Guardian University Guide 2020), and the Sunday Times named it the university of the year 2020 for the quality of education, says the source quoted.

Among the benefits offered by a faculty created in partnership with an international university is the curriculum similar to that offered by Abertay University, which means that BISM students will study as in the UK, but in Romania, which allows them to have lower living and tuition costs by more than 50%.

Also, the professors are international academics and top management professionals recognized in Romania, and the bachelor’s degree is issued directly by the partner international university.

After three years of study, BISM students obtain an internationally accredited diploma.

Another benefit is the access to a network of over 400 professionals from different areas of activity during the years of study, leading to direct access with potential employers and investors during college, and tuition fees are significantly reduced compared to the same program. study followed in the UK.

“For 15 years, Great Britain was the preferred destination of young Romanians who wanted to study abroad. The variety of study programs, the high level of education, the rapid integration into the labor market after graduation and the financial benefits they had at disposition were the main reasons why in 2020 over 9,000 Romanians studied here “, the quoted source shows.

According to BREXIT, EU students are beginning to have a number of limitations if they choose this study destination: tuition fees have risen significantly (from £ 9,000 / year to £ 12,000 / year), the government loan is no longer available, and the ceiling scholarships fell.

“On the local educational market there is an acute need to offer young people curricula at international standards, adapted to the needs of the local market, and educational institutions in the country are taking solid steps to identify opportunities that can provide Romanian students. on the other hand, British universities are starting to look for solutions to manage the crisis caused by BREXIT, so the association of Romanian educational institutions with international ones is starting to gain momentum, in the last 5 years, more than five international degree programs have been opened in Romania. “, states BISM.


Source: Jurnalul.ro by jurnalul.ro.

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