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International education gets a boost: Uni of Waikato, New Zealand signs MoU with Uni in Punjab
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International education gets a boost: Uni of Waikato, New Zealand signs MoU with Uni in Punjab

| @indiablooms | 14 Feb 2024, 04:19 pm

The pursuit of global education just got easier for students at Lovely Professional University (LPU), thanks to a recent momentous collaboration with New Zealand’s top-ranked research university, the University of Waikato (UoW).

This partnership, sealed through a signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), marks a significant stride for LPU in its mission to internationalize education, aligning with India’s new education policy.

A high-profile UoW delegation, led by Pro-Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Geoffery Holmes, met with LPU’s leading academicians to lay the groundwork for this prestigious association. The MoU caters to the growing aspirations of students seeking research-based global education in cutting-edge fields. This opens doors to exciting opportunities for collaboration in various areas, promising benefits for both institutions.

What does this MoU mean for students?

One of the most exciting outcomes of this MoU is the ‘2+2 Pathway Program’, specifically designed for LPU’s Computer Science and Engineering students. This program allows students to spend their first two years studying at LPU, followed by two years at UoW, culminating in a globally recognized degree from the prestigious New Zealand university. This unique program offers students an immersive international learning experience, equipping them with valuable skills and knowledge sought after by employers worldwide.

Beyond the ‘2+2 Pathway Program’, the MoU opens doors to further exchange programs, joint research initiatives, faculty development opportunities, and curriculum co-creation. This fosters a vibrant space for academic exchange, cultural understanding, and intellectual growth for both students and faculty members.

The significance of this collaboration:

This MoU signifies a commitment to promoting internationalization in education and research. It aligns with India’s new education policy, which emphasizes providing students with globally relevant skills and exposure. The collaboration between UoW, a top-ranked research university, and LPU, a leading Indian institution, sets a valuable precedent for future partnerships, contributing to the advancement of knowledge and education on a global scale.

This partnership is not just about academic excellence; it’s about creating a platform for cultural exchange and mutual understanding. Students and faculty from both universities will have the opportunity to learn from each other’s diverse perspectives and experiences, fostering a more interconnected and collaborative global academic community.

The University of Waikato and LPU’s MoU marks a significant step towards achieving their shared vision of providing students with world-class education and preparing them for success in the globalized world. This collaboration is sure to pave the way for exciting new opportunities and advancements in the field of international education.

(Photo and text courtesy: Khalsavox.com)

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