The programs – which are currently being finalised – will offer students pathways into a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degree at Lancaster. Study Group launched the Lancaster University International Study Centre in November 2011.
“This is an important development that is designed to increase the flow of international students to our Lancaster campus,” said Lancaster vice-chancellor, Andy Schofield.
“We are already one of the most international of universities with campuses in Germany, Ghana, China and Malaysia. Building mutually beneficial links with different countries and people around the world is very much part of our DNA,” he added.
INTO University Partnerships’s CEO Olivia Streatfeild is equally pleased to be working with “one of the UK’s and the world’s leading universities”.
“We are committed to helping the university reach talent from across the world”
“Driven by innovation, we are committed to helping the university reach talent from across the world and to providing international students a highly supportive experience for their academic and career success,” she said.
“We look forward to leveraging Lancaster’s commitment to transformational education experiences delivered within a uniquely collegiate community environment.”
Lancaster works with Navitas at its campus in Leipzig, Germany, and offers TNE degree programs at the Sunway University campus in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.