City universities connect

Michael Woloschuk


CityU's Faculty of Business and City University Business School in London have signed a five-year student exchange agreement that will see three undergraduates from each school spend a full academic study year at the other's university.


The signing ceremony was held via video conference on 17 May. Professor Richard Ho, Dean of CityU's Faculty of Business, and Professor David Currie, Dean of City University Business School in London, presided over the ceremony.


The Faculty of Business launched its student exchange programme in 1996, with the aim of broadening the horizons of its undergraduate students. Since then, 100 students have travelled to study in universities in the US, the UK, Canada and Europe. Links with overseas universities are always expanding. This summer, the Faculty plans to sign a student exchange agreement with the Aoyama Gakuin University of Japan.

The following are the current partner universities of the Faculty:

  1. City University of London, UK
  2. Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
  3. Erasmus University, Netherlands
  4. Groupe ESSCA, France
  5. Groupe ESSCA, Hungary
  6. Indiana University, US
  7. Oregon State University, US
  8. Syracuse University, US
  9. University of Victoria, Canada
10. York University, Canada





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