Arden and Eton University enhance student opportunities with progression agreement

Arden University and Eton University – a leading international institution of higher education – are pleased to announce the signing of a progression agreement, which will provide students with enhanced opportunities to pursue higher education and achieve their academic goals.

The agreement enables students who have completed certain vocational programs at Eton University to progress seamlessly onto relevant degree top-up courses at Arden University, while receiving credit for the studies they have already completed. This will allow students to continue their education without interruption and maximize their potential for success.

The progression agreement between Arden University and Eton University builds on the strengths of both institutions and creates new opportunities for students to advance their education and achieve their career goals. 

Commenting on the agreement, Dr. Rea Dujmusic, Vice-President of Eton University, said: 'We are delighted to be partnering with Arden University to offer our students enhanced opportunities to pursue excellent British higher education and achieve their academic goals. This agreement will enable our students to build on their existing knowledge and skills and gain a world-class education at one of the most prestigious universities in the world.'

Debra Hinds, Pro-Vice Chancellor International at Arden University, said: 'Arden University is committed to providing students around the globe with the skills and qualifications employers are demanding in the workplace. We are excited to partner with Eton University and look forward to working closely with them to ensure their students have everything they need to maximise their studies and go on to excel in their dream career.'

The progression agreement between Arden University and Eton University is an important step forward in creating new opportunities for students and ensuring that they have the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in a rapidly changing world. The two institutions will work closely together to support students as they progress through their education and embark on exciting new careers.