Lynne Townley, Lecturer in Law, at City Law School in London reports on a ‘harm reduction’ strategy for drug addiction, which participants in the Knowledge Culture and Urban Affairs theme learnt about during the Toronto Symposium.
Listen to WC2 Chair, Professor David Birdsell, as he outlines plans for network activity and direction over the next year including embracing the many opportunities presented by virtual collaboration.
Universities are flocking to take part in their own Belt and Road projects. Angelina Yuen, vice president of HKPU, explains how higher education is developing China’s infrastructure programme and benefiting from it.
Together with his brother Braden Handley has raised $10 million in funding from a group of venture capitalists to scale up the company’s operations.
RMIT, based in Melbourne, becomes first WC2 member from Australasia.
In June 2018 100 students from RMIT and City, University of London travelled to Vietnam to take part in a leadership programme.
WC2 Toronto 2018 Symposium will bring 11 international universities together to discuss ‘Migration, the City and the University’
Nurses studying for an MSc at Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HKPU) visited City as part of a reciprocal international exchange programme
The 2018 Symposium, hosted by Ryerson University in Toronto, recently took place.
A senior delegation from WC2 member, Ryerson University, in Toronto, Canada visited City to affirm and expand the partnership between our universities
Last week two WC2 partners signed an agreement to strengthen their co-operation
Speech and Language practitioner visits London following connnections made during 2017 Symposium
Two students describe how they also run a thriving business