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Dr Judith Wylie meeting with representatives from Tung Wah College

Exploring international study options with Tung Wah College

29/04/2016

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Dr Judith Wylie meets academic staff at Tung Wah College, Hong Kong to discuss international study options

On her recent visit to Hong Kong, Dr Judith Wylie was pleased to be able to meet representatives from Tung Wah College to discuss collaborative opportunities.

The School has a number of international agreements with universities and colleges around the world to support their undergraduate and postgraduate study options.

Judith said about her time:

“This was a fantastic opportunity to meet with the academic team within Tung Wah College to discuss how we could work together to support the study of Psychology.  Psychology is a global discipline and one that only benefits from countries and cultures working together”.

To learn more about our international collaborations please contact Dr Judith Wylie (jw.wylie@qub.ac.uk) or Dr Joost Dessing (j.dessing@qub.ac.uk) for study abroad opportunities.

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