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The University of Law signs a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with The University of Niagara Falls Canada

The University of Law (ULaw) and the University of Niagara Falls Canada (UNF Canada) have agreed to work together on a number of strategic partnerships in education. Vassilis Konstantinou, Pro Vice Chancellor, International at ULaw and Cyndi McLeod, Board Director for the University of Niagara Falls Canada and CEO of GUS Canada, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to formally recognise the collaboration between the two institutions.

After years of development, the city of Niagara Falls is proudly changing the Higher Education landscape in the Ontario Province with the launch of a new University operated by Global University Systems Canada (GUS Canada). As the newest University in Canada they are ready to offer world-class, digitally minded education from the heart of Niagara Falls. The Mayor of Niagara Falls, Jim Diodati announced that the University will be ready to welcome new students in 2024, following the Government of Ontario's approval.

A delegation from ULaw, consisting of Vassilis Konstantinou and Tatiana Rizopoulou, Director of International Partnerships, attended the formal announcement and launch where they had the opportunity to meet the Mayor of Niagara Falls Jim Diodati and the Ontario Minister of Colleges and Universities Jill Dunlop.

Vassilis Konstantinou said: "Congratulations to Cyndi McLeod of GUS Canada and her amazing team who was described by the Mayor as forces of Nature for their persistence for this remarkable achievement. The University of Law is looking forward to continuing our collaboration with GUS Canada and is thrilled to have become UNF Canada’s first partner in what we believe will be for a fruitful collaboration for many years to come."