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September 2015 IU Ecuador and Peru delegation report

Report
26 September 2015

From 14-18 September 2015 a delegation of 17 representatives from 15 UK higher education institutions met with government ministries, funding bodies, and leading universities in Ecuador and Peru. The delegation was led by Professor Colin Grant, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Internationalisation of the University of Bath and Chair of the International Unit’s Latin America Community of Practice.

The aim of the delegation was to identify opportunities to partner with Ecuadorian and Peruvian institutions in the development of both countries’ higher education sectors, which are undergoing a major transformation. The delegation was organised in collaboration with the British Embassies in Quito and Lima.

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