Alliance University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Chester, UK detailing academic collaboration. The understanding relates to the encouragement and promotion of academic study opportunities for students and the sharing of knowledge and expertise between faculty of the two universities. Through this Memorandum, the University of Chester and Alliance University agree to co-operate in the areas of student exchange, faculty exchange, developments in learning and teaching enhancement, dual delivery of academic programmes and research collaboration.
Established in 1839, the University of Chester is one of the oldest English higher education institutions in the United Kingdom and has 477 course combinations on offer. The University of Chester's academic departments are grouped into seven distinct faculties, namely: Business, Enterprise and Lifelong Learning; Health and Social Care; Applied Sciences; Arts and Media; Humanities; Social Science and Education and Children's Services. The University offers a warm and vibrant environment for 6,700 students, drawn from over fifty countries all over the world.