John Cabot University and ANGI sign strategic partnership to promote young Innovators

The National Association of Young Innovators - ANGI is proud to announce a new and important strategic partnership with John Cabot University, the largest American university in Italy, an example of excellence and professionalism with a profile of the highest international level of both the faculty and its students.

The National Association of Young Innovators - ANGI, is the first national non-profit organization entirely dedicated to the world of innovation, in each of its forms. With the support of the Culture Commission of the European Parliament and some of the most important Italian institutions, ANGI pursues its mission to be a reference point for innovation, developing it in all its forms.

John Cabot University is the largest American university in Italy. It stands out for its academic excellence and the international nature of its teaching staff and students, half of whom are American. The JCU combines a pragmatic approach to theoretical study and favors a close relationship with the world of work, paying great attention to career opportunities for students who choose to start a career after graduation instead of continuing their studies. Founded in 1972, it borrows its name from the Italian explorer Giovanni Caboto, better known as John Cabot. The university has three campuses in the centre of Rome, the Frank J. Guarini Campus, the Tiber Campus and the Caroline Critelli Guarini Campus.

"This important new partnership allows the Association to work alongside one of the largest international universities in Italy, with a very important institutional profile and a level of professionalism and competence that make it a reason for example and pride for Italy. Our work alongside the academic world is of primary importance, as well as relations with the Ministry of Education, in order to support young people, their training and the development of their professional growth profile and curriculum. - Gabriele Ferrieri, president of ANGI, adds: "The ability to innovate and be a source of talent for us is the goal of our program in which schools and universities are our main interlocutors. This collaboration will allow ANGI to further increase its university network but above all to give a further international dimension to its activities for the young and the new generations".

Franco Pavoncello, President of John Cabot University comments: "John Cabot, which works in the American tradition of liberal arts, places great emphasis on innovation as an expression of human creativity and talent; therefore we consider it strategically important to prepare our students to face the world with a critical spirit, originality and generosity. The collaboration with ANGI will be important to open new horizons for our students".