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LSBF signs MoU with Trevisan in Brazil

London School of Business and Finance has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Trevisan – Escola de Negocios, a business school based in Brazil to bring programs to Trevisan’s students through online and on-campus delivery.

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“We are looking forward to working with a leading provider such as Trevisan"

The collaboration will allow students at Trevisan to access internationally-recognised courses in their own country, including degrees in business administration, executive education programs and accounting qualification for the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.

“The range of programs will enhance learning opportunities for students in Brazil”

Founder and chairman of Trevisan’s Board of directors, Antoninho Trevisan, said the partnership demonstrates the school’s commitment to the internationalisation of education in Brazil and opens up opportunities for innovation and technological advancement.

“Just as we were pioneers in the international partnership in auditing and consulting, we are now doing the same in education because the world is moving towards the integration of knowledge and exchange of best practices of each country,” he added.

“This is another step in line with the decision to bring the largest auditing and consulting companies to our academic environment, which culminated in the Corporate University of one of the “Big Four” in our campuses in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.”

VanDyck Silveira, CEO at Trevisan, added: “The range of programs will enhance learning opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate students in Brazil, as well as support local businesses and companies looking to invest in the professional development of their employees.”

Dessy Ohanians, Managing director of Certificate and Corporate Programmes at LSBF said that the partnership is key to LSBF’s transnational education development.

“We are looking forward to working with a leading provider such as Trevisan… and we are committed to widening access to quality education, giving people the opportunity to develop their careers,” said Ohanians.

“With this agreement, we aim to provide an alternative to those students who don’t have the means to fulfil their desire to study abroad,” she added.

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