Wright State inks partnership with British university


Wright State University is hoping to take some of its research opportunities across the pond.

The school signed a memorandum of understanding with Anglia Ruskin University Wednesday following a three-day visit to Wright State by officials from the Cambridge, England university.

Wright State is the third largest local university with 16,600 students, and international partnerships on its part could but Dayton on the map.

The two schools have already collaborated, with Wright State sending several interns from its Student Affairs in Higher Education program to England. With the new partnership, the schools will allow students at each campus a study abroad program with the other.

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