Internationalisation of Link Campus University
Link Campus University (LCU) with its international vocation has been working with a number of key University International Partners globally.
During 2017 LCU has engaged directly with the (LSE Enterprise), the University of Stirling, UMA and Lomonosov Moscow State University amongst others.
LSE ENTERPRISE – LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY
LSE Enterprise, the global business, innovation and specialised programmes division of LSE and LCU have signed an MoU for a range of collaborations for faculty, students and public administration and diplomatic communities to take place between London and Rome, including specialised programmes at LSE in London, events and LSE-LCU seminars in Rome and other new exchanges and collaborations.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION FOR THE LSE EXPERIENCE AT LCU PLEASE CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org
UNIVERSITY OF STIRLING – LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY
Link Campus University is committed to developing a research centre in Italy together with the University of Stirling (https://www.stir.ac.uk) which is now ranked 46th in the world and 2nd in the UK, in the Times Higher Education (THE) University Rankings 2017.
Stirling is one of the UK’s leading research universities in the fields of health and wellbeing, the environment and people, culture and society, enterprise and the economy, and sport.
The areas of collaboration vary from management to diplomacy and from Cultural Heritage to Humanities and Arts.
Students/research students at Link have the possibility of spending study/research time in Stirling (considered to be one of the most beautiful/well equipped University locations in the world).
Academics and Researchers from LINK and LSE will work together in Italy and in the UK on top international programmes in the Mediterranean, Latin America and in Europe through the centre in Rome.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THE STIRLING EXPERIENCE THROUGH LINK CAMPUS PLEASE CONTACT: email@example.com
LOMONOSOV MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY - LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY
During 2017 Moscow State University and LINK Campus University set up a Lomonosov Centre at Link Campus in Rome, with the support of the two Governments, with the aim of fostering a better understanding of Italian-Mediterranean-Russian relations.
Link caters for a centre which provides tuition in Russian Language and also offers places for Link Campus students to study/conduct research in Russian within the Faculty of Globalistics, MSU.
In summer 2017, Russian Students of Moscow State University attended the Link Campus Summer school focusing on international relations. Link Campus will participate in September at the annual Globalistics Conference in Moscow.
Areas of collaboration include:
- INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
- INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
- RUSSIAN/ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE.
Moscow State University:
- Was established in 1755 (https://www.msu.ru/en/)
- More than 40 000 students (graduate and postgraduate) and about 7 000 undergraduates study at the university, and over 5 000 specialists do the refresher course here. More than 6 000 professors and lecturers, and about 5 000 researchers work for the faculties and research institutes.
- Every year Moscow University enrols about 4 000 international students and postgraduates from all over the world.
- MSU library system is one of the largest in Russia, with its 9,000,000 books, 2,000,000 of them in foreign languages, and the average number of readers 55,000, using 5,500,000 books a year.
Students/staff who are interested in the Link Campus - Moscow State University Experience are asked to contact directly: firstname.lastname@example.org