Sheridan School of Business partners with Han University in The Nederlands

Marta, Han University and Gerard Mercer, Sheridan College sign the academic agreement between the two institutions.

Erna Helsen, Institute Director, Arhnem Business School, Han University and Gerard Mercer, Dean, Sheridan School of Business, Sheridan College sign the academic agreement between the two institutions.

Sheridan School of Business three year diploma students now have an opportunity to study abroad in Europe thanks to a new agreement signed with the Arhnem Business School, Han University, The Nederlands.

The agreement with Han University will allow Sheridan business students to fast track to an internationally recognized four year degree in business. Sheridan students are able to study in English at the Arhnem School of Business and complete their degree in about one year.

Professor Charles Minken, coordinator of the Sheridan School of Business applied degree in Global Business Management was the first contact for Sheridan with Han University. “I was impressed with the scale of the Arhnem School of Business at Han University. It’s a large university with great resources, which also offers small classes in a polytechnic environment – an almost perfect setting for our Sheridan business students to complete a business degree,” said Minken.

The Arhnem School of Business is centrally located in The Nederlands and has quick, convenient access to major points of interest in Europe, including Great Britain, France, and Germany. For more information please go the Han University site for Sheridan School of Business students.

Gerard Mercer, Sheridan Dean of Business is flanked by Marta XX and Masja van Fruchten, Han University. Behind from left, Charles Minken, David Schnarch, CC Han University, Jon Jones, and Jeremy Staples, Sheridan College

Gerard Mercer, Dean, Sheridan School of Business is flanked by Erna Helsen and Masja van Fruchten, Han University. Behind from left, Charles Minken, professor, Sheridan Institute, David Schnarch, Associate Dean, Sheridan Institute, Kees de Jong, Han University, Jon Jones and Jeremy Staples, Associate Deans, Sheridan School of Business.