Scores of Swedish students will be scattered across Greenwich as a college announced a partnership with a Stockholm school.

Ravensbourne announced that it had partnered with Berghs School of Communication in Sweden on January 25.

After the Swedes complete a semester in Stockholm, they will travel to the Greenwich Peninsula as part of their undergraduate programme, continuing onto their second and third years at Ravensbourne to complete their degrees.

The first cohort of Swedish students from Berghs will start at Ravensbourne in January 2019.

Professor Linda Drew, Ravensbourne's CEO, said: “With Berghs fantastic reputation and similar ethos and vision we felt this was a really natural partnership for Ravensbourne.

“I’m very much looking forward to welcoming Berghs students and exploring our partnership further in the future.”

The students from Stockholm will be studying a variety of modern communication subjects ranging from graphic design, digital advertising and product design.

Camilla Wallander, from Berghs School, said: "Berghs has set a strategic direction with an international expansion as a significant part of our future growth.

“We consider London as an important market and wanted to find an innovative partner there.

“We are incredibly pleased to start working with Ravensbourne and we see the collaboration as a dynamic combination to ensure development for our students."