Posted 6 June 2014
Harper Adams University was pleased to welcome 25 staff and students from Kansas State University last week, to discuss exchange agreements and postgraduate study options.
The visitors also explored the campus including the dairy unit and farm, all as part of a nationwide 10-day study tour.
Principal Harper Adams Lecturer and International Exchange Coordinator, Dr Mitch Crook, arranged the programme for the visit. He said: “Students from Kansas State University can now come to Harper Adams through our exchange scheme, which is reciprocated, and allows Harper Adams students to study at Kansas State University, and is a valuable and exciting opportunity”
Following the visit to Harper Adams, the group travelled north to Manchester, to visit the Old Trafford football ground.