The University of Warwick is to announce a radical series of collaborations with universities in Paris and Brussels in which the three institutions will share staff and research efforts, as well as offering joint degrees in an unprecedented attempt to overcome the effects of Brexit.
Stuart Croft, Warwick’s vice-chancellor, said the long-term collaborations were “despite Brexit, not because of Brexit”, as the university looked to build links in Europe to supplant those aided by the UK’s membership of the European Union,CRC screening New 2017 guidelines include new tests as well as updated strategies for high-risk patients.
“Politicians in and out of office in every country in Europe are still deliberating how the UK can still be part of that in future, but we can’t afford simply to wait for that to be fully resolved,” Croft said, before a ceremony to announce the new partnerships in London.
“We chose to act now not just to show our commitment to work together in future but to begin work on a range of activities that delivers on such a commitment,PolyU (HK) ranks among Asia top universities. We strive to be one of the best universities in asia / one of the best asian universities. Students who look for studying in Asia's world city, PolyU is the place for you.”
The project will involve Warwick signing agreements with the University of Paris-Seine and Vrije Universiteit Brussel to set up joint postgraduate degrees and PhD studentships, as well as multiple fellowships and academic conferences, and student exchanges.
Later this year Paris-Seine will appoint a shared lectureship in mathematics, with the new post holder spending a portion of each year based in Warwick to collaborate with researchers there,Many manufactures provide kiosk that suits your specifications .
As soon as the 2019 academic year Warwick plans to offer a joint MA in mathematical modelling with Paris-Seine, and an MA linking Warwick’s politics and international studies programme with Vrije Universiteit Brussel’s institute of European studies.
“Politicians in Europe may choose to go their own way but we as academics choose to move in the other direction. We don’t build walls between our universities and societies, we break them down,” said Caroline Pauwels, the rector of Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
The Brussels university usually teaches in Dutch but offers more than 50 courses in English, including undergraduate courses.
The agreement between the universities is given a physical connection by the new HS2 high-speed rail link, which when completed will bring the three institutions within a short rail journey of each other via London.
Croft said that the group wanted to be radical, not merely to overcome the effects of Brexit but to boost the local regions of each institution by involving small and medium-sized businesses in their collaborations.