New Study Abroad Opportunities for DTU Students

A signing ceremony for the 2+2 partnership program between Appalachian State University (ASU) and DTU was held on the morning of February 9th, 2012.

This new program was the next step in DTU’s plan to expand its relationships with overseas universities. The previous program “Transfer Programs” will be renamed “Studying Aboard for International Degrees”.
The ASU and DTU signing ceremony

Under this agreement, eligible students who have completed two years at DTU will complete their Bachelor degrees at Appalachian. On arrival they will be met and transported from the Charlotte International Airport to the campus. As part of their orientation program, Appalachian will first explain what is needed to succeed in their studies at Appalachian. Dr. Le Nguyen Bao, DTU Vice Rector said: “Appalachian is one of the top ten universities in the south-eastern region of the USA. You are luckier than the American students there because your admission process will be easier”.

Professor Jesse Lutabingwa, ASU Vice-Rector, gave a brief introduction about Appalachian. Many excellent opportunities in both studying and extracurricular activities are offered to students. “And you will pay only 50% of the normal tuition fee to study at Appalachian”, he said.

(Board of Website Editors)

 

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