19 April 2018

La Salle-URL celebrates 15 years of collaboration with ESAN University of Peru

More than 2,000 students from ESAN Business School in Peru have taken part in an educational stay to study specialisation programmes at La Salle Campus Barcelona.

La Salle Campus Barcelona-Ramon Llull University, and ESAN University, the educational institution boasting the greatest recognition in the business world in Peru, came together in Barcelona to celebrate fifteen years of collaboration between the two institutions. This academic alliance has allowed more than 2,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students from ESAN Peru to take part in an exchange programme.

To celebrate the 15th anniversary, La Salle Campus Barcelona-URL has organised a commemorative event presided over by the General Director of La Salle-URL, Josep Santos, in which the President of La Salle Technova Barcelona, Josep Piqué, the Deputy Consul General of Peru in Barcelona, Mr Luis Espinoza, and the director of the Master’s in Information Technology Management and Project Management at ESAN University Peru, Eddy Morris. The event was also attended by academic leaders from both institutions, lecturers and students.

Mr Santos thanked everyone involved who had made the project possible, “for their commitment and perseverance in training better prepared, global professionals” and insisted that “both sides must continue in their vocation of lifelong learning”. Morris assured attendees that “15 years ago, we found in La Salle a university that shared and complemented us in all aspects: development, great professionals, an institution with a culture of transparency and a desire for constant improvement”. To commemorate the collaboration, La Salle-URL presented him with a plaque in recognition of his decisive work in the creation and consolidation of the relationship between the two organisations.

The first collaboration agreement between La Salle-URL and ESAN was signed in 2003, when more than 20 students completed a two-week study placement on the La Salle Campus. Since then, the two institutions began to offer joint postgraduate studies, including an international placement on campus. 2006 saw the start of the joint Master’s in Technology Management, the Master’s in Project Management in 2008, and in 2009 the Master’s in Supply Chain Management and Technology . Collaboration has also extended to MBA programmes.

View all the images of the commemorative event.


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