Partnering with institutions and organisations across the globe enables mutually-beneficial collaborations and greater opportunities for UCD faculty and students. UCD builds and maintains a network of strategic international collaborations and provides expert support and advice to stakeholders, with the aim of identifying and prioritising opportunities that will showcase UCD’s research, teaching & learning, and engagement activities.
For further information on our international collaborations, or for further information on how to partner with UCD, please contact the Global Relations & Partnerships team at email@example.com.
Partnerships in action
UCD sees partnerships and collaborations as an area of innovation. The university has both traditional partnership models as well as partnerships that break new ground. Examples of UCD’s innovative approach to collaborations include:
RCSI & UCD Malaysia Campus (RUMC) (formerly Penang Medical College), Malaysia, offers students a unique medical programme where they study in both Malaysia and Ireland. It is wholly-owned by UCD and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), and became the 10th institution awarded Foreign University Branch Campus status in Malaysia in 2018.
Beijing-Dublin International College (BDIC) is a collaborative partnership, that offers dual-degree programmes in Beijing, directly overseen by UCD and Beijing University of Technology (BJUT).
BCL/Maîtrise Law Dual Degree Programme leads to the award of an Irish Law Qualification (BCL) and a French primary law degree (Maîtrise en Droit or Master 1), together with the University Panthéon-Assas (Paris II).
For further information on global partnerships, please contact the International Relations & Partnerships team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our international networks and collaborations offer fantastic opportunities for student and staff mobility and scholarships. Belonging to international networks of world-leading and research intensive universities also allows UCD to promote collaboration, share good practice and combine resources to enhance student learning.Read more