UCLan in the Ukraine, October 2013
UCLan Does Business at the Hyatt, Kiev
UCLan was represented at Business Link’s “Doing Business in English” Exhibition by the Lancashire Business School’s Penelope Marshall-Kalina and Angeline Ward from the International office.
The exhibition was at the Hyatt, Kiev and with great interest in Higher Education programmes as well as English language courses in the UK.
Martin Day, Head of Mission a the British Embassy in Kiev and Martin Dowle, Director of the British Council in Kiev spoke to participants at the opening ceremony, encouraging participation by British Universities and promised that their offices will continue to assist them to recruit students from Ukraine and collaborate with local institutions.
Penelope Marshall-Kalina gave a seminar on the Lancashire Business School programmes (pictured). Also pictured is Angeline Ward from the international office with British Council’s Martin Dowle and Penelope.
UCLan visits an old friend in Kiev
UCLan visited an old friend in Kiev – The National Academy of Management had collaborations with UCLan since 1996 and had an active partnership for a long time but in the last few years there hasn’t been much activity between the two institutions.
UCLan’s Angeline Ward from the International office and Penelope Marshall-Kalina from the Lancashire Business School visited the Academy and gave a talk to students on UCLan courses, studying at Preston or Cyprus and the Lancashire Business School courses and how international students are looked after.
They also held discussions with the Rector Mr Sergeii Ierokhin and Head of International Office Ms Tetiana Ukhova, to see how the two institutions can work together.
UCLan Business Lecture to Kiev University Students
Kiev National Academy of Trade and Economics students were given a lecture by UCLan Business School’s Penelope Marshall-Kalina.
The postgraduate students study subjects ranging from Finance and Economics, Tourism Management and Governance. They are taught in English. The lecture gave them an outline of what is offered at UCLan’s Lancashire Business School, Business in Preston as a small UK city and how international students are looked after.
UCLan was represented by Angeline Ward from the International Office and who gave the students an overview of UCLan courses – both at Preston and Cyprus. Talks were also held with the Vice Rector Valerii Sai and members of staff from the university on collaboration opportunities and summer language school programmes.