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International Partner Institutions

‌Drake University has developed strategic partnerships with 18 institutions of higher education in 11 countries across the globe that serve a variety of institutional objectives. While student mobility, both incoming and outgoing, was the objective in the development of Drake's earlier partnerships, Drake has increasingly broadened the scope of its partnerships to include faculty exchange, joint research and the development of joint programming to provide unique course offerings to Drake students and continue to diversify the Drake student body and faculty. A list of institutions with which Drake University has formal memoranda of understanding is found below, but should not be seen as a comprehensive list of schools with which Drake and its faculty and students collaborate. 

Faculty interested in working with Drake International and their academic unit in developing collaborative activities can review the requisite FY17 Partnership Planning Proposal and ‌FY17 Partnership Planning Proposal Budget.

AUSTRIA
Fachhochschule Wiener Neustadt ('05) Wiener Neustadt
 
CHILE
Universidad de los Andes ('15)  Santiago, Chile
 
CHINA
Minzu University of China ('13) Beijing
Sichuan International Studies University ('11) Chongqing
Southwest University of Political Science and Law ('05) Chongqing
University of International Business and Economics ('12) Beijing
 
FRANCE
Auvergne, Univ. of Institut Universitaire Professionnalise (IUP) Clermont-Ferrand
Auvergne, University of, Faculty of Law ('03) Clermont-Ferrand
Auvergne, University of Faculty of Economics and Business ('03) Clermont-Ferrand
Blaise Pascal University ('09) Clermont-Ferrand
Nantes, Univerity of ('03) Nantes
 
GERMANY
Tübingen University ('00) Tübingen
 
INDIA
Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences ('12)  Loni
 
JAPAN
Kwansei Gakuin University ('06) Nishinomiyama
 
MEXICO
Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey ('11) Guadalajara and other campuses
 
SOUTH AFRICA
KwaZulu-Natal, University of ('07) Durban
 
SPAIN
Nebrija, University Antonio de ('04) Madrid
 
UGANDA
Makerere University Business School ('05) Kampala

 

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September 15, 2017
Audience members will vote on the repertoire for the Sept. 25 performance by Steven Spooner, who opens the fifth season of the Keys to Excellence Piano Series at Drake University.
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