Seneca enters into agreement with Aussie U

International business students now have another option in their quest for an International Business Diploma. Canada's Seneca College has announced it has entered into an agreement with the University of Western Sydney (UWS) that will allow Seneca graduates of international business to obtain a degree from UWS in one year.

"This agreement is part of Seneca's ongoing commitment to create new pathways and choices for our students in their pursuit of career success," said Tony Tilly, Seneca College Senior Vice-President.

Seneca College is already the first stop for international students seeking an institute that will prepare them for a career in business in Canada. UWS has a variety of programs from the undergraduate to post graduate level with emphasis on engineering, environment science and social theory.

"UWS was impressed with Seneca's strength and expertise in international business," said Warwick Wilson, Professor and Dean, International Institute, UWS. " We recognized the natural synergy between Seneca's International Business diploma and the UWS Bachelor of International Studies degree."

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