This year’s first quarter for Cebu Technological University gains stability as partnerships with international institutions were made, providing more educational agenda to be worked on in the next few months.
|1. Australia||Morton College||Faculty and BSHM Students(College of Technology)||January 11, 2017|
|2. Australia||Albert Jalipot Designs||Faculty and BS Garments Technology Students(College of Technology)||January 26, 2017|
|3. Singapore||Royal Institution of Singapore||CTU President andRoyal Institution of Singapore President||February 1, 2017|
|4. Ethiopia||Technical and Vocational Education and Training Institute (TVETI)||TVETI Deputy Director for Academic Affairs andCTU President||February 13, 2017|
In his trip to Korea, Former CTU Vice President for Research Cecilio Baga also made agreements with Hanbat National University (HBNU) and Korea Polytechnic University (KPU) in December last year.
The university’s internationalization agenda is concerned with maintaining its international presence in allowing students and faculty learn best practices from some of the world’s experts in various skills so that knowledge can best serve the interest of not only the ASEAN region but the global village. UPO