Ms Bogumiła Mischke, Director of Academic Studies and Operations of Laksamana College of Business (LCB) presenting a token from LCB to Professor Katarzyna Maniszewska, Vice-Rector for International Relations of Collegium Civitas in Warsaw Poland.
Laksamana College of Business and Collegium Civitas in Warsaw, Poland signed the Memorandum of Understanding on Academic and Research Collaboration. Both institutions will be exploring cooperation possibilities leading to the exchange of students and faculty members, research collaboration, organization of joint scientific conferences and symposia.
The universities will also work on joint short-term training programs. One of the first examples of the collaboration is the invitation to participate in a two weeks study tour in Brunei for Collegium Civitas students.
Collegium Civitas is one of the leaders in the field of internationalization with a large number of renowned lecturers, students from over 50 countries, numerous research projects and a wide range of studies in English. In the prestigious “Perspektywy” ranking we hold the 3rd position in the category of ‘Internationalization’ among non-public Polish Higher Education Institutions.
Laksamana College of Business (LCB) is an accredited private university college in Brunei Darussalam, founded in 2003 by Kensington College of Business (KCB). Since its inception developing entrepreneurs has always been the core of LCB existence. The College is accredited by Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC). The College has earned Premier status with ASIC for its commendable areas of operation.
Ms Bogumiła Mischke, Director of Academic Studies and Operations of Laksamana College of Business (LCB) at the Palace of Culture and Science in Central Warsaw, Poland.