University of Birmingham signs up for strategic research vision in India

Manipal: Professor Sir David Eastwood Vice-Chancellor of the University of Birmingham and Or H Vinod Bhat, Vice-Chancellor of MAHE signed MOU at a special signing ceremony in New Delhi on February 19, 2021, to enable Manipal engineering students to join Birmingham courses in Civil Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics Engineering creating opportunity for intemational transfer of credits and offer integrated master's programme following three years of study in India, graduating with degrees from both universities. 

"The University of Birmingham's collaborative research output with India partners has almost doubled over the last five years. We currently have over 40 joint research projects of outstanding quality: commented Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir David Eastwood. 

"I am delighted that the University of Birmingham is strengthening its presence in India across education, healthcare, genetic engineering and sports science. The UK government has played an instrumental role in establishing their partnership with Inspire Institute of Sport, and we will continue to support their work in India," said Crispin Simon, Her Majesty's Trade Commissioner for South Asia, UK's Department of International Trade and British Deputy High Commissioner, Mumbai and West of India. 

Dr H Vinod Bhati Vice-chancellor, Manipal Academy of Higher Education with Professor Sir David Eastwood Vice-Chancellor of the University of Birmingham signed MOU at a special signing ceremony in New Delhi. 

The University of Birmingham is ranked amongst the world's top 100 institutions. Its work brings people from across the world to Birmingham, including researchers, teachers and more than 6,500 international students from over 150 countries. 

Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), Manipal declared by the University Grants Commission (UGC) as an institution of eminence has long been distinguished for excellence in professional education and health care. The university is home to some of the top-ranking institutions nationally and globally across health sciences, technology, management, sciences, social sciences, humanities and liberal arts offering. 

"As an Institution of Eminence, we have adopted strategies to promote an effective academic and scientific community with an expertise to engage with the top universities in the world. We wish to serve the international community by offering academic and research programs of excellence," said Prof H Vinod Bhat, Vice-Chancellor of MAHE, while highlighting the importance of internationalization. 

There are at least 10 aspects of internationalization that MAHE continues to internally promote in partnership with overseas universities - joint teaching initiatives, joint research projects, joint conferences, joint publications, student exchange programmes, faculty exchange programmes, dual degree programmes, summer and winter school opportunities, study abroad programmes and joint executive education programmes. This story is provided by NewsVoir. Naxatra News will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/NewsVoir)

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