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EMU Continues to Make an Impact with Academic Collaborations

EMU Continues to Make an Impact with Academic Collaborations

As a higher education institution that provides international standard quality education, Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) sees great value in the development of international collaborations to further improve the quality of education. In recent years, EMU has continued to add to its numerous academic collaborations with universities from different parts of the world.

EMU has established collaboration protocols with universities from the United States of America (State University of New York at Fredonia), Italy (University of Bologna, School of Law and High School of Legal Studies of the “Alma Mater Studiourum”, Sapienza University of Rome), Albania (Polytechnic University of Tirana) and Iran (Sharif University of Technology- International Campus-Kish Island, Tahran University of Medical Sciences). EMU also runs joint programs in the fields of medicine and dentistry with Marmara University and University of Health Sciences.

According to a statement from EMU Rector’s Office, the university pays special attention to establishing collaboration protocols with prominent institutions providing educational opportunities at international standards. The collaboration protocols settled with prestigious organizations have provided extensive research opportunities for the university’s academic staff in areas of science, medicine and technology. Through the settlement of the protocols, academic staff and student exchanges can take place whilst research and knowledge can be shared. The statement also underlined that joint diplomas can be obtained in the fields of Medicine, Pharmacy and Law as a result of certain collaboration protocols.

The Collaboration between EMU and the University of Warwick Continues

Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) has extended its collaboration with Warwick University, number 8 in The Guardian 2019’s University Rankings, for another 6 years. In accordance with the agreement signed between the two universities in 2011, the “Supply Chain and Logistics Management Program” and “Engineering Business Management Program” will continue due to high demand and success. The two programs are graduate programs collaboratively run by Warwick University Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) and EMU. In scope of the dual degree program, students can graduate from both universities’ masters programs in 2 years by taking 5 additional courses. Additionally, a flexible system allowing part-time student status is also available in the WMG programs, for those who wish to simultaneously maintain their professional career.

Education at Global-Standards

With real industrial experience, WMG provides study opportunities at global standards. These programs provide its candidates with the opportunity to get their graduate degree at one of the world’s best universities. These prestigious graduate (MSc) degrees, offered by experienced academicians from Warwick University, can be completed in one academic year. The students are also given an option to finish two of their modules in Warwick University, England; or Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and China. For more detailed information and to apply for the submissions in March, you can visit the WMG-EMU Office on EMU campus or the website:

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