News Karnataka
Sunday, December 04 2022
Campus

Manipal Academy of Higher Ed has alliance with Birmingham Univ

Manipal Academy of Higher Ed has alliance with Birmingham Univ
Photo Credit : By Author
Bengaluru:  With an aim to provide a Global platform for students, the Manipal Academy of Higher Education today signed an alliance with the  University of Birmingham for Dual Masters. This will further strengthen the longstanding collaboration of over a decade between both colleges. As part of this strategic collaboration, MAHE envisions a deeper engagement with UoB and plans to expand its association with student exchanges and articulation arrangements. A memorandum of understanding was signed at the MAHE Bengaluru campus between the two universities further enhancing the existing collaboration.

 Lt Gen Dr. M D Venkatesh, Vice Chancellor MAHE, and Prof Adam Tickell, Vice-Chancellor and Principal, UoB officially exchanged a Dual Masters agreement in Computer science engineering allowing students from Manipal School of Information Sciences, a constituent unit of MAHE Manipal for an integrated masters engagement in the School of Computer Science at UoB. Students will complete a year at MAHE and enroll for year 2 at UOB with degrees awarded by both Universities upon completion of the program.

Speaking about collaboration, Lt Gen Dr. M D Venkatesh, Vice Chancellor MAHE said, “This collaboration has been mutually beneficial, it has brought the best of academics at the forefront for students seeking Global exposure. This will scale new heights of excellence enshrining the knowledge triangle of education, research, and innovation. The students are also happy with this collaboration as they get to experience one year at and 2 years at UOB along with degrees from both after completing their 3 years program.”

A student exchange agreement was also signed allowing exchange across any given discipline with a cap of two students per academic year. The signing was followed by discussions around strengthening the existing collaboration and mutually understanding the priorities at both ends to meet the student and faculty needs and expand the collaboration on strategic terms.

The delegation was led by Prof Tickell had Prof Mark Lee, Professor of AI, Prof Clive Roberts, Head of School of Engineering, M.s Alisa Chambers, Director Birmingham Global, Prof Martin Toms from Sports, Exercise & Rehabilitation and Mr. Dipankar Chakraborty, Regional Director for South Asia and, Ph.D. Director – International Collaborations, UoB as part of the team, the delegation led by Dr. Venkatesh had Dr. Karunakar Kotegar, Director International Collaborations, MAHE; Dr. Pragna Rao, Pro Vice Chancellor, Bengaluru campus and Dr. Raghavendra Prabhu, Deputy Registrar -Administration, Bengaluru campus.

Share this:
Media Release

Read More Articles
MANY DROPS MAKE AN OCEAN
Support NewsKarnataka's quality independent journalism with a small contribution.

How useful was this post?

Click on a star to rate it!

Average rating 0 / 5. Vote count: 0

No votes so far! Be the first to rate this post.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Visit 7Jackpots and find the best online casinos in India! Play the most popular casino games for real money!

Find the best odds at 10Cric and ipl betting 2021! Signup today and get up to a 100% deposit bonus.

To get the latest news on WhatsApp