Kent/Ghent - Rhyming couple get closer

January 21, 2010

A memorandum of understanding has been signed by the universities of Kent and Ghent. Julia Goodfellow, Kent's vice-chancellor, signed the deal during a visit to the Belgian university to bolster their institutional links. Alex Hughes, pro vice-chancellor external at Kent, said: "Building strategic partnerships with top universities is a key element of our internationalisation strategy. We look forward to even closer relations with colleagues at Ghent."

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