Hong Kong - Articulation programme collaboration

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A further education institution is looking for pathway collaboration opportunities with UK institutions.

Details

Opportunity closing date
01 March 2020
Opportunity publication date
29 April 2019
Opportunity type
Public Sector
Industry
Education & Training
Enquiries received
6
Value of contract
to be confirmed
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Description

You should be a UK institution that offers design and technology and engineering programmes at degree level.

It will accept expression of interest from UK institutions with:

- full university status
- a quality-assured, university-validated programme

The institution provides Diploma of Vocational Baccalaureate (VB) Programmes, offering secondary 3 above (UK year 9+) students flexible articulation pathways between vocational and academic, and progression to higher education.

The programme has 2 pathways in design or engineering studies.

Design and technology modules:

­- engineering programmes
­- print media
­- fashion textile design and merchandising
­- jewellery arts and design
­- information technology

Engineering modules:

- mechanical engineering
­- digital electronics technology
­- building services engineering
­- automotive technology
­- aircraft maintenance
­- electrical engineering
­- construction
­- watch and clock

For further information, contact Department for International Trade (Education team) Hong Kong, before 1 March 2020.

Opportunity closing date
01 March 2020
Value of contract
to be confirmed
The buyer is happy to talk to
agents, consultants

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Express your interest to the Department for International Trade team in Hong Kong.

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