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World's top-ranked Universities offer study abroad opportunities to LPU students
3/16/2024 10:24:01 PM
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JALANDHAR, Mar 16: Lovely Professional University (LPU) continues to promote internationalization of education by organizing a study abroad program where representatives from 12 globally renowned universities provided valuable information to LPU students.
The participating universities included prestigious institutions such as the University of Cambridge, UK (Ranked 2nd in QS World University Rankings 2024), University of Warwick, UK (67th), University of Nottingham, UK (Ranked 100th in World University Rankings 2024), University of Texas at Arlington, USA (Ranked 601-800), University of Pecs, Hungary (Ranked 801-850 in QS World University Rankings 2024), among others. The representatives of the top foreign universities met LPU's Founder Chancellor & MP Rajya Sabha Dr Ashok Kumar Mittal, and apprised him about the various collaborative opportunities that can be explored. Prior to this, representatives were welcomed at the Division of International Affairs by LPU's Vice President Dr Aman Mittal.
LPU has successfully established collaborations with over 450 universities across the USA, UK, Australia, Canada, and European countries, offering its students a wide range of study abroad opportunities. These partnerships enable LPU students to pursue academic endeavours, enhance their skills, and broaden their horizons.
The study abroad programs at LPU have witnessed remarkable success, with hundreds of students benefiting from fee waivers and other financial incentives. Through these programs, students gain valuable insights into international study cultures and experience diverse educational systems. They also have the opportunity to study at partner universities and earn academic credits from these institutions.
Representatives from the universities of the USA were Alex Englander, Ms. Sridevi Ravella, Ms. Linda Larson, Ms. Madison Ferreri, Michael Burke, Nirmal Pradeep, and Thomas Hill. Wai Wah Tsang, Ms. Sara Hales, and Norhayuri Hadi represented the UK universities. Ms. Iana Domnina represented the German university, and Csaba Farago represented the university from Hungary.
LPU remains committed to providing its students with unparalleled opportunities for international education and is proud to facilitate their study abroad goals through its robust network of 450+ esteemed global partners.
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