The Global University

PROFESSOR JAMES S. HOYTE, the Associate Vice President of Harvard University will be visiting Coventry University on the 8th of June lecturing on: “The Global University.”

A distinguished Attorney-at-Law, a former Massachusetts secretary of Environmental Affairs and a published author of various Environmental and Policy Management articles, Professor James Hoyte will be talking about the benefits of promoting international understanding through the development of commercial and cultural relations with other countries.

 

Professor James S. Hoyte

Professor James S. Hoyte

Terry Brathwaite, the lecture series coordinator and programme manager for the MSc Degree in Global Development and International Law at Coventry University, said: 
 
“It is a privilege to get Professor Hoyte to come to talk at Coventry University. He is in demand all over the world as a guest speaker and his experience at Harvard will be invaluable to us in Coventry. We are building on our own success internationally and moving from being a university with many international students to an ‘international university’ – a first for a UK modern University.”

 

Coventry was the first university in the world to offer an MSc degree course in Global Development and International Law within the Coventry Business School. This flagship degree course provides a unique cross-cultural learning experience. 

Professor Hoyte’s lecture is on Monday the 8th of June; it starts at 6pm and is expected to finish at approximately 7.30pm. It is open to the public and admission is Free. To register please email : events@coventry.ac.uk

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