A group of students from 10 Asian countries graduated from UCAM this week
They have completed postgraduate degrees in the fields of business and economy, and education.
Dressed with UCAM sashes, and thousands of kilometres away from their homes, a group of students from Myanmar, Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong and Vietnam, among other Asian countries, have graduated this past week on the Los Jerónimos Campus. They did so from postgraduate degrees in the fields of business and administration, and education; which were taught entirely in English.
The students expressed their gratitude to the University for the quality of education they received. They also expressed their excitement to celebrate the ceremony in Murcia alongside their classmates and professors. Many of them even brought their families, who flew in from their home countries. Gonzalo Wandosell, dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business at UCAM and head of these programmes, has stressed that: ‘for the first time we have celebrated the graduation in Murcia, as previous ones took place in Malaysia. It was the students themselves who asked to come to the University, which gives us great satisfaction’. Apart from the dean, Miguel Martí, head of Strategic Partnerships and Ernesto García, head of the International Partners Unit, took part in the event.
The UCAM offers these degrees in collaboration with three universities based in Asia: Brittany Université, Miba University and Winfield School Of Businesscon, with which it has collaborated for the past seven years.
Nursing training for Norwegian and Dutch students
The intense week of international activity on Los Jerónimos Campus has also been marked by a visit of a group of Nursing students and professors coming from the universities of Nord (Norway) and Windesheim (The Netherlands) within the framework of the BIP (Blended Intensive Programs) of the Erasmus+ programme. The UCAM Faculty of Nursing has organised training sessions on clinical and virtual simulation, a novelty that is causing great interest at a European level.