MARIANO MARCOS STATE U TIES UP WITH ANOTHER CANADIAN UNIVERSITY
THE MARIANO Marcos State University has partnered with the University of Regina in Canada for a five-year exchange program for their undergraduate students next year.
A student exchange program agreement was signed between MMSU Vice President for Research and Extension Dr. Nathaniel Alibuyo and U of R Interim Provost and Vice President David Gregory last month.
The partnership will allow both schools to exchange up to three undergraduate students each academic year.
MMSU and U of R students who have completed at least one year of study or earned 30 credit hours of study are eligible to take the exchange program.
University President Dr. Shirley Agrupis thanked the Canadian university for committing to collaborate with MMSU and expressed hope that the partnership “will open other meaningful collaborations in the future.”
Gregory pledged to strive “to fulfill the requisites and contents of the reciprocal education exchange program.”
The University of Regina is the eighth Canadian partner of the university.
The MMSU recently partnered with the Coast Mountain College, University of Saskatchewan, Dalhousie University, Evergreen College, Ryerson University, York University and the AGA Academy.