- TSoM Team
TSoM Signs Academic Pathway Agreement with Arden University
The Toronto School of Management (TSoM) is delighted to announce that we have signed an Academic Pathway agreement with the UK-based Arden University. This collaboration means that TSoM graduates from select diplomas can take either a bachelor’s or a master’s program in a similar field of study at Arden University.
Graduates of TSoM’s Diploma in Business Management can take Arden’s Bachelor of Arts in Business program with transfer credits, and those who studied the Diploma in Data Analytics can take Arden’s Master’s in Data Analytics.
Ehsan Safdari, Managing Director of TSoM, said: “We are excited to be able to work with Arden University. Students graduating with us will now have the opportunity to continue their education while accessing dedicated bachelor’s and master’s degrees awarded by a UK university.
“Many of our students have asked for Academic Pathway programs, and we immediately started working to secure this for them. Creating new opportunities for students is always our main focus. Not only will they have access to UK-recognized qualifications, but will also receive pathway advice, support for their application, and ongoing guidance throughout their experience.
About Arden University
Arden University offers blended learning qualifications which allow you to study flexibly and online, meaning you can continue your education from anywhere in the world. The institution currently teaches 9,000 students at its UK study centres and virtually from around the globe. Many of its programmes are also recognized by numerous professional bodies.
Dr Alison Watson, Interim Head of the School of Business and Management at Arden University, said: "We're delighted to be entering into this pathway agreement with TSoM as we work towards providing a global reach for students, and at the same time, offering exceptional convenience.
“Our online delivery provides TSoM students the opportunity to study their qualification flexibly, while being supported by a team of dedicated, specialist academics."