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Business Students All Set to Learn from Foreign Faculty

Jan 24, 2013 12:17 IST

    Management students from eleven state government universities and National  Institutes of Technology from the remote corners of India will now get a golden opportunity to learn from the international faculty alongside their counter parts from Erasmus University Rotterdam, McGill University and Richard Ivey School of Business of Canada or Grenoble Ecole de Management.

    The Management Development Institute in Gurgaon will be hosting International Summer University 2013 in the month of April, where in students from the University of Kashmir, NIT Hamirpur and Kottayam will finish eight management elective courses and get the credits transferred to their MBA.

    In this situation, a student from a remote location is helped to mingle amongst  fellow students. Not only will these students learn along side with their international peers but get enough help from teachers from overseas B-schools which are part of the forty seven international collaborations.

    Lastly, to note, the University of Kashmir was the first to sign an Memorandum of Understanding with MDI to become part of the programme.

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