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New Zealand and Spain sign university agreement

Universities New Zealand and Spain’s council of universities, which is led by the country’s ministry of education, have agreed to cooperate to encourage fellowship programmes, student and staff exchanges, mutual recognition of qualifications, and collaboration in research.

Universities New Zealand has signed similar agreements with other EU countries, including France and Germany.

“Not only are we focused on encouraging more international students to study in New Zealand, but we are working to boost educational exchange and collaboration to enhance the teaching, research and commercialisation activities of our university sector,” said Pat Walsh, chairman of Universities New Zealand. “There is great potential for this relationship to grow and to enhance the breadth and quality of education for the mutual benefit of both our countries.”

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