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Arsi University Launches Partnership with Inntech College of UK on 6th April, 2011

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Arsi University and Inntech College launches official partnership to open two new post graduate programs such as MA International Business Management and MA Governance and Public Service Management. Arsi University President, His Excellency, Dr. Duguma Adugna values the stance of Inntech College to create partnership with our university.  His Excellency, Mr Hirpo Kumbi Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Inntech College facilitates the ceremony at Sheraton Hotel in Addis Ababa.

 On the occasion, Arsi University president, Dr. Duguma Adugna warmly welcomes the Inntech college delegates, and he appreciates the interest of the college to work with Arsi University in various aspects of the institution programs. The president also indicates that the University hosts change and cooperates with others for the improvement of community’s entire life. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Inntech College Mr Hirpo Kumbi on his part appreciates the initiation of Arsi University president, and he explains about the activities of Inntech College to work with Arsi University. The college has recently been established in UK with a campus in London, and now it opens branch in Ethiopia with a campus on the prestigious Oromia Tower in the heart of Addis Ababa.

While Mr. Tim Reith has been briefing about the two programs, he has said that the partnership will bring new approach to teaching and research activities of Arsi University, and it can achieve significant impact in the lives of the students.  State minister of the Science and higher Education minister, His Excellency Dr. Samuel Kifle praises both partners for their initiations to work together. Delegates of Inntech College, Arsi University board members and higher officials from different offices have taken part on the launching ceremony.

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