The University of Birmingham and Trinity College Dublin have launched a strategic research and education partnership which aims to strengthen European academic links and enhance collaborative research outputs.
Experts from each University will work together initially across three shared research strengths: clinical trials and training; biomaterials; and digital textual editing. Further joint areas will be developed as the partnership matures.
And as students face uncertainty about study opportunities in Europe post-Brexit, the two universities will create exchange opportunities through a student mobility agreement allowing Birmingham students to spend time studying at Dublin, and vice-versa.
The partnership agreement was signed at a special ceremony by Trinity College Dublin Provost Dr. Patrick Prendergast and University of Birmingham Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir David Eastwood.
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