Southern University Signs Partnership Agreement With Siirt University in Turkey

SouthernUniversitySouthern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, recently signed a partnership agreement with Siirt University in Siirt, Turkey. The three-year agreement calls for faculty and student exchanges between the two universities, cooperative research initiatives, and cultural exchanges.

The universities also agreed to establish an English language training program for students at Siirt University. Under the program, Siirt students will study English for four months in Turkey and then spend four months at Southern University.

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