New opportunities for partnership work were explored during an international visit by the University of Wolverhampton.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Geoff Layer visited the Ecole Superieure des Technologies Industrielles Avancees (ESTIA) in Biarritz, which has a long-standing partnership with the University.
The French college currently offers University of Wolverhampton courses in Advanced Technology Management.
An updated Memorandum of Co-operation was signed by the two institutions during the visit to acknowledge the current and potential opportunities of the strategic partnership.
The visit also involved discussions around opportunities to expand the courses available and undertake joint research projects.
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