Bernays signs tenth Erasmus+ partnership!

The partnership with the Roman Catholic University of Nikola Kuzanski, which has 10 thousand students, will provide international experience in the field of communication to Bernays students.

05. July 2018.

Bernays, by signing the tenth partnership with the University of Nikola Kuzanski (Università degli Studi Niccolò Cusano) in Rome, has once again enabled its communication students to acquire valuable international experience and knowledge, develop their communication and professional skills, and acquire contacts abroad and learn or improve their Italian language skills. This is the second Bernays partnership with an Italian university, with the aim of linking and exchanging students and, there, Bernays students will be able to further enrich their theoretical and practical knowledge.

"We are very excited about another Erasmus+ collaboration, this time with the International University of Nikola Kuzanski, which will open up new opportunities for our students, such as acquiring new knowledge and disseminating already existing knowledge and providing added value to their personal and professional development. In addition, they will gain the opportunity to make new acquaintances and friendships internationally, and to learn about a new culture. I’m sure the new partnership with students will be an additional incentive to continue to improve in their area and to learn about the new possibilities of studying and working abroad provided by Bernays ", said Adrian Beljo, head of Bernays’ Centre for International Cooperation.

The University of Nikola Kuzanski was founded in Rome in 2006 by Stefano Bandecchi. It was named after the Roman Catholic cardinal, scientist and astronomer Nikola Kuzanski, and today it has more than 10 thousand students. Apart from studies of law, political science, economics, psychology, engineering and education sciences, the University has its own publishing house Edizioni Educasano and the Foundation for Medical Research – Fondazione Niccolò Cusano. The university complex occupies about 16,000 sqm, housing a student residence with 109 rooms, restaurant, cafe, gym and other student facilities.