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AIS St Helens Bachelor of International Business students can now take one year of studies in the United States. AIS St Helens has just concluded an articulation agreement with Johnson and Wales University from Providence, Rhode Island.

Johnson and Wales University, America’s Career University, has a similar focus to AIS St Helens. They pride themselves on their international focus, their small classes, and their work-oriented degrees. Johnson and Wales University has 45 degree programmes across five campuses: Rhode Island, South Carolina, Florida, Colorado and Sweden.

Johnson and Wales University will accept AIS St Helens’ students who have completed an advanced diploma in business into their Bachelor of Business Administration or Bachelor of International Business, for a further year of study. These students will then graduate with a United States degree.

AIS St Helens has added another partner to its growing list of partner institutions around the world. They are now looking to send students to Johnson and Wales University.


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