STILLWATER, Oklahoma — A US university says it has signed a reciprocal exchange agreement with a school in the Philippines.
The agreement between Oklahoma State University and the University of the Philippines Los Banos (UPLB) will enable undergraduate students at the American college to enroll and study at the Philippine school while paying OSU tuition and fees.
OSU Provost Marlene Strathe says the relationship should benefit both universities.
American botanist Edwin Copeland founded UPLB in March 1909. The Philippine university offers more than 1,000 courses in English in agriculture, arts and letters, communications, economics and management, engineering, forestry, human ecology, natural and social science and veterinary medicine. - GMANews.TV