Bedfordshire ‘U’ looking to partner with ‘Nations’

Officials of both universities share a light moment after their discussion

NATIONS University has engaged the University of Bedfordshire on ways in which the two institutions can partner to offer courses locally.
According to ‘Nations,’ a team of five persons from the University of Bedfordshire, including Professors of Education, Communications and Theatre Arts, met with staff of theirs to discuss collaboration.
A major aspect of the discussion, the university says, was the MBA programme that ‘Nations’ hopes to introduce here shortly.
The programme at reference will include a generic MBA, and specialisations in the areas of Marketing, Human Resource Development, Health Management and Oil and Gas.
Discussions were also held regarding the introduction of Masters Programmes in Education, Law, Public Health, Communications, Art & Design, Journalism, Environmental Management, and Theatre Arts.
The University of Bedfordshire is a public university with campuses in Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire, England.
According to its webpage, it has 14,400 students, including approximately 4,500 international students.
The university entered the Research Assessment Exercise in 2008, and achieved a GPA of 2.087 with 34.7% world-leading or internationally excellent. The top units of assessment were in Communication, Cultural and Media Studies, Social Work, Social Policy and Administration and English Language and Literature.