Bennett University has collaborated with University of Florida to offer its engineering students a shorter way to get their Master's degree from the US university. Both universities would further develop joint study programs.
Under the MoU (Memorandum of Understanding), the universities will teach special courses to students from Bennett after they have completed their Bachelorsin Engineering. In addition, faculties from both the universities may explore joint research funding for different international grants.
Deepak Garg, Dean of international relations and corporate outreach, mentioned that Bennett University is looking at international partnerships worldwide to let students get multiple options for international exposure. This may include summer immersion programmes, vertical mobility and semester abroad programmes.
The two universities are also planning to promote collaborative research, faculty exchange, joint academic publications and beyond. These collaborations will become key to success, offering greater access to the latest knowledge and innovations, added Garg.
Sanjay Ranka, a professor at the department of computer information science and engineering at the US university, talked about his research on 21st-century solutions for city transportation with the faculty at Bennett.
Bennett University also recently renewed its relations with the University of Nebraska, Omaha, which is based on cultural exchange, joint research and seminars.
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Source: The Times of India