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September 19, 2019 Thursday 10:27:59 AM IST

Teramo varsity to waive fee for Africans

International Edu News

The University of Teramo in Italy has signed an agreement that will pave the way to forge a closer collaboration on research, training and student mobility with African universities.

Thanks to a partnership with the committee Comitato Centenario Canonizzazione San Gabriele, the university will admit African students into its degree courses with a fee waiver, while the committee will look after their accommodation.

The agreement also includes internships and training for African students and students from the University of Teramo.

The agreement underlines the importance to not only offer African students the possibility to attend the university’s degree courses, but also to undertake a process leading to the mutual recognition of joint degrees and offer the students an opportunity to carry out internships in African universities.


The conference represented an extraordinary event for the university, and was expected to would lead to the possibility of building shared educational pathways to train professionals able to realise projects based on a new vision of reciprocal development.

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