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Eurocentres in new university pathway brand

Eurocentres, which welcomes 13,000 students every year to its educational institutions in Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Japan, has entered the UK university pathway market with the launch of its UNICENTRES brand that aligns employability with HE and teaches at a new “boutique” hub in the centre of London.

"We have kept the focus on working with universities who will give students the employability skills that they need in the ever-changing international business world"

Eurocentres’ first UK partnership agreement was signed with Sheffield Hallam University in 2012 and since then 4 more UK universities have recognised its UNICENTRES-branded courses. Students have the option of remaining in London and progressing to Kingston University or going to Sheffield Hallam, Northumbria, Birmingham City or York St John universities.

Recruitment is now underway for a September intake and head of the new brand, Stefan Green, said, “With five excellent employability-focused partner universities in place, we are confident that we will have a good intake for our International Business Foundation this September.”

He added, “We feel that our original strong offer has been strengthened with the addition of a select number of additional partners but importantly we have kept the focus on working with universities who will give students the employability skills that they need in the ever-changing international business world.”

“With five excellent employability-focused partner universities in place we are confident that we will have a good intake this September”

Head of International Sheffield Business School at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU), Kate Morse, said: “We are delighted to be working with Eurocentres and we have developed a strong relationship bringing together world class expertise in supporting international student success.”

“We very much look forward to working with students during their study period in London and welcoming them to Sheffield,” she said.

Green explained that the choice of SHU as its first partner was based on SHU’s focus on student experience and employability through their award-winning venture matrix programme.

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