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University of Charleston collaborates with MSM Higher Ed to create flexible pathways for college stud
The University of Charleston (UC) has joined forces with education management platform, MSM Higher Ed, in a groundbreaking pathways initiative that will give students in multiple locations around the world the opportunity to earn their degree in the
"MSM Higher Ed Pathways students live every part of our mission to prepare students for lives of productive work, enlightened living, and community involvement,"
"Collaboration on a global consortium level is integral to MSM HIgher Ed Pathways. Founding Members will work together in the mapping and articulation of the curriculum to make sure that the latter stays current and valuable across the globe. They will also have the opportunity to conduct joint enrollment planning and avail of spin-off benefits like personal development opportunities for faculty and staff," shared Donna Hooker, MSM Higher Ed President."
Unlocking limitless opportunities for students
The University of Charleston offers a unique opportunity for those who want exceptional education in a smaller, private setting. Its campus shares the rich history of the city of Charleston, West Virginia.
Founded in 1888, UC is an independent, co-educational residential university. Today, the university prepares its students for a lifetime of successful careers in globally competitive fields through the quality education delivered at its four distinct schools: Arts & Sciences; Business & Leadership; Health Sciences; and Pharmacy. A second campus located just an hour from Charleston, UC-Beckley offers associate degrees in Nursing, Occupational Therapy Assistant, and Radiologic Technology
Seeking Partners in International Education
MSM Higher Ed Pathways is an initiative of MSM Higher Ed, an industry leader in education management solutions that create opportunities for students while building capacity for international student enrollment and new revenue streams for partner institutions.
The curriculum articulated by MSM HIgher Ed Pathways Founding Members will be delivered in MSM Study Centres in over 50 cities across the globe in the next three years. Institutions from China, India, Mexico, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and other countries across the globe, meanwhile, will serve as program delivery centres for students who are looking to get a head start toward their international studies.
Interested institutional partners may send their expression of interest to MSM Higher Ed President Donna Hooker at email@example.com.
For more details, visit MSM Higher Ed official website at www.msmhighered.com.
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