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Keyin, Dublin Business School form alliance

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Keyin College says its partnering with the Dublin Business School to allow business graduates to further their education at the independent third-level college in Ireland.

The arrangement moves from a memorandum of understanding to an official business education partnership, Keyin said in a news release.

“This is an exciting brand new partnership with an extremely prestigious college in Ireland,” said Keyin president Ralph Tucker said in the release.

Students at Keyin College could obtain a diploma in one country and a degree in another, he noted.

Eligible students upon completion of Keyin’s two-year business management, business information technology or business management/human resource management

programs can enter the third year at Dublin Business School's bachelor of arts (honours) in business information systems, business or accounting and finance.

“Dublin Business School is delighted to be

partnering with Keyin, offering an exciting opportunity to both institutions,", said Cliona O Beirne, director of marketing and dmissions at Dublin Business School.

The Dublin Business School's visit began Wednesday with meetings in St. John's between the two institutions.

 

 

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