PATHWAYS AND CONNECTIONS IN IRELAND
Durham College (DC) and the Irish Institute of Technology, Tralee (ITT) aligned on an articulation agreement that will enable graduates of several of the
college’s two- and three-year programs to enter ITT’s bachelor programs with advanced standing, allowing them to earn their degree in as little as two
additional semesters of study. In addition, DC, along with UOIT and Trent University co-hosted the
first Irish-Canadian Higher Education in Transformation Symposium, held at both the Dublin Institute of Technology and the Printworks, Dublin Castle.
Representatives from DC were on-hand to share their expertise and showcase the excellent programs offered at the college.
DEVELOPING AN AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS PROGRAM IN GUYANA
Durham College (DC), along with additional educational partners, is working with the Government Technical Institute (GTI) in Georgetown, Guyana to
help develop a new Automotive Electronics Technician program. The three institutions will partner with faculty and administrators at GTI to develop
a program responsive to the needs of Guyana’s auto industry, which has seen a significant increase in the number of cars on the road with new
PROMOTING EDUCATION FOR EMPLOYMENT IN PERU
Durham College (DC) alongside other Canadian educational institutions announced new partnerships with Peruvian technical institutes. Working with
Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan), DC will help strengthen skills and technical training in key sectors of the Peruvian economy, which will set
students up for employment success.
Durham College's international students arrive from around the globe