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SHU of UK To Tie-Up With Indian Institutions For Courses in Health Sciences

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UK University Plans Tie-up With Indian InstitutionsSheffield Hallam University (SHU) United Kingdom, faculty of health and well being and business development manager Mark Tock has announced that SHU is planning to sign MoUs with institutions in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Mangalore to conduct student and faculty exchange programs and joint research works in the field of health sciences. Every year, on an average 400 students join SHU for engineering and health sciences courses. “Now, the university is planning for tie-up with Indian educational institutions which are offering courses related to health sciences,” Mark said.

After the tie-up with four institutions, Indian students will visit SHU for six to three months as part of the students exchange program, says Mark. “This will give exposure to Indian students about technology and academic things, which are not covered in academics in India,” he added. In Asia, SHU is mainly focusing on India for academia tie-up. Indian students are talented and have a great potential to excel well in academics. Apart from faculties attached to health sciences of SHU, engineering faculties have been visiting India to explore the collaboration opportunities with technical institutions here, says Mark.

“Presently, we have tie-up with Gautama Buddha University at Greater Noida in Uttar Pradesh. Engineering students of this college pursue one semester in SHU as part of the student exchange programme,” he said.

Not disclosing names of universities with which the SHU is planning collaboration, Mark said: “We are not here just to sign MoUs. We believe in strong long-term relationships with Indian universities which will be fruitful for both universities. The tie-ups are yet to be finalized.”

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