Twelve students from double degreewith the teacher Laura ZuniCoordinator of the Dual Degree Program in International Management of the Faculty of Economics and Law of the Catholic University, participated in the Round Table on Italian Technology in Pharmaceuticals and Chemical Industry, held in Raleigh (North Carolina), and presented by the Honorary Consul of Italy in North Carolina, Professor Valentina Secchi Which was attended by the Italian ambassador to the United States Mariangela Zappia.
Special experience for young students who, after two years of study in Piacenza, spend two years of attendance at one of North Carolina’s two partner universities: North Carolina State University and Elon University, two of the seven dual partner universities active degree project in Piacenza: “Participation in vision events An international comparison like this is one of the hallmarks of the process of internationalizing university education, which opens wide-ranging comparison and networking opportunities for our students” outlines Professor Zuni, who emphasized how Ambassador Zappia recalled how international cooperation also passes through dual experiences and international exchanges between students. “The combination of interpersonal skills, awareness and skills – concludes Zoni – makes our graduates an indispensable resource for the global world.”
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