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Posted By: Jessica Augustin | 23 Apr 2018

ADAM Global Signs Up Its First Scientific Research Partner & Education Alliance

ADAM lays its first Stepping Stone to becoming a Global Centre of Excellence


Swiss-based Scientific Research Institute “SR21” and its Education Alliance  Aristeia” founded by  Dr Harry Paterakis signs MoU with ADAM Global’s  newly launched Global Education Network.


The Collaboration between ADAM Global’s Education Network and SR21- Institute for Scientific Resarch is the first stepping stone for the AG network to identify opportunities for collaboration, sharing, and coordination for the benefit of the research and education communities within the regions.

The commitment towards collaborative partners and competent authorities is to develop a framework for exploring opportunities to support mutual interests through, among other things, leveraging the advanced network infrastructures in support of science, research and education. A desirable outcome of this partnership is the development of synergies and inter-operation between research and education networks globally.

Jessica Augustin ( Director Strategic Marketing & Partnerships – ADAM Global)who facilitated the MoU signing states that the ultimate aim of the ADAM Education Network is to become a Global Centre of Excellence to facilitate individuals and organisations to become future ready by providing a unique platform of connectivity and exchange of global best practices connecting the Corporate World and industry with Education Providers. We invite therefore Educational Authorities, Research Centres and other Education Alliances as well as Education Providers to collaborate and create a powerful global impact.

About SR21-Institute for Scientific Research

Science is the engine of prosperity, a system for exploring and for innovation. Science can fuel our economic growth. It can form a path for our young people in a competitive global marketplace. And it can fire our imagination. That’s why scientific research deserves our steady commitment and investment. On the other hand research takes time. Typical funding grants average five years long. It takes time to run the experiments, gather the data, analyse it properly, and confirm the findings. And our own track record proves that steady funding support leads to success. Our ability to handle today’s pressing issues, from providing energy efficiency, to curing illnesses and to living sustainably in a finite world, will require the innovations that arise from scientific research.
‘SR21 – Institute for Scientific Research’ is a non-profit organisation based in the canton of Zurich in Switzerland. Higher Research is concerned as the central hub of the Institute, supporting a sustained international activity, coordinating interactions with academic and professional services, as well as promoting the exchange and dissemination of Knowledge and Technology. The institute runs Advanced Bachelor, Master, Licentiate and Doctorate degrees, specifically designed for each individual student. They assist their graduates to ‘Register as Scientists’ in their field of interest and to investigate critical issues facing our changing world in the 21st century.
Since 2014 ‘SR21 – Institute for Scientific research’, has gained accreditation with the United Kingdom Accreditation Service for International Colleges and Universities. In 2017 the institute received ‘Premier’ accreditation status, for a period of 4 years. The Institute follows the UK regulated qualifications framework (RQF) as well as the European qualifications framework (EQF) for the awards it confers. Their degree awards are eligible for USA evaluation and equivalency for academic and professional purposes. This can be used for university admission, credits transfer, professional licensing, employment and salary adjustment as well as for immigration purposes.

About Aristeia Alliance

The ‘Aristeia Alliance’ is an initiative that runs under the umbrella of ’SR21 – Institute for Scientific Research”. The Alliance networks leading global universities in a specific discipline and international companies, which may provide a training/placement environment for research students. The aim is to help build a strong future for the member institutions by creating a constructive and positive space for debate and new ideas and provide the trainees with job opportunities. The member institutions work closely with employers, to provide long work placements and equip graduates with the skills and abilities needed to secure employment.


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