Times of India: Global Education Standards with International Partnerships within India.

"The impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic on universities is already reverberating across the world. Most Universities have moved to online education formats. For students looking at pursuing courses in foreign universities, these are challenging times. However, Indian students can still pursue a course of their choice in a Foreign University through the pathway or top-up programs offered by Indian Private Universities in collaboration with leading foreign universities.
These courses allow the students to pursue a course for a fixed number of years in India and then move to the foreign university with credit transfer and several other academic benefits.
Understanding that providing an international perspective to students is central to education in the 21st Century even in the current global scenario, Manav Rachna Educational Institutions (MREI) have collaborated with more than 58 global institutions to provide the relevant international exposure. These partnerships come with a range of exclusive benefits for the students and faculty members including Joint Research Programmes, Student-Faculty Exchange Programmes, Credit Transfers, Curriculum Development Support, International Scholarships, Student Work Permits, and Lecture Delivery by International Experts." Read More at Times of India.


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