Gexcon and the University of Sheffield Signed an MoU

Gexcon and the University of Sheffield Signed an MoU

Gexcon and the University of Sheffield (UK) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate in establishing an external hub for running a collaborative Master of Science course on Process Safety, based on the existing University of Sheffield course.

Gexcon was represented by CEO/ Group President, Mr. Sturle Harald Pedersen, and the University of Sheffield was represented by Mr. James Litster, Head of Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering.”It a great pleasure to collaborate with the University of Sheffield. We really look forward to the next stage where we can discuss together further details regarding the external hub,” said Mr. Pedersen.

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