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BML Munjal University took a leap towards advancement by providing its students with a scope to avail the international immersion programs. This initiation is applicable for the students who will or has joined various undergraduate courses offered by the varsity. BML has partnered with some of the most eminent universities in the world which include the London School of Economics and Political Science, University of Warwick and Imperial College (London). Students can be a part of these programs after the completion of their first year. The university will bear the expense of the tuition fee.
The Vice Chancellor of the BML Munjal University, Dr. Manoj Arora informed that the university has been always trying to cope up with the changing times or rather trying to be ahead of it. He also added that BML has been updating its curriculum to meet the industrial demands and groom its students accordingly.
This summer exchange program will lead to the amalgamation of innovative ideas and will also give the students an opportunity to know about the procedure of education outside India. Dr Arora also added that they have partnered with the top international universities for online and face to face delivery courses. The sole motto of the university is to change the definition of education and make its students market ready.
It is compulsory for the students to be a part of the summer immersion program. It will be graded which in turn will be a part of the overall credits offered by the specific course. The B.Tech students will get a chance to attend a 2-week module at the University of Warwick whereas students pursuing other courses such as BBA, BA LLB (honours) etc will be joining the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Students will get a scope to select their preferred courses offered in the fields of Consulting, Accounting, New Age Engineering/Technology, Industry Visits, Law, Economics, Finance and Management.