HOST A COHORT PROGRAM ON YOUR CAMPUS!
The Cohort Program with Missouri State University, The University of Scranton, and Purdue University Northwest is a unique opportunity for Indian students to complete the first year of their Master of Science degree in India and the remainder of their degree in the U.S. This program offers several advantages, including cost-effectiveness, time-saving, and exposure to a global learning environment. Indian universities are invited to participate in this program to provide their students with a comprehensive educational experience that combines the strengths of both Indian and U.S. higher education.
WHY CONSIDER A PARTNERSHIP?
The Cohort Program allows students to complete the first year of their degree in India and the remainder of their degree in the U.S. Here are some of the key benefits:
This program offers several benefits to students, including exposure to a global learning environment, access to world-class faculty and facilities, and the opportunity to build a global network of peers.
The program is cost-effective and time-saving, making it an attractive option for Indian students who wish to pursue a U.S. degree.
The University Grants Commission of India recognizes the benefits of partnering with foreign universities for Indian institutions. Such partnerships can enhance the quality of education by providing students with access to world-class faculty and facilities, exposure to global perspectives, and opportunities for cross-cultural collaboration.
Partnerships with foreign universities can also promote research collaborations, exchange programs, and joint degree programs, thereby promoting academic excellence and innovation.
These partnerships can lead to the exchange of best practices and ideas, which can contribute to the development of the Indian higher education system.
REQUIREMENTS TO BECOME A PARTNER
Accreditation: The Indian college or university must be accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with a minimum score of B+ or equivalent.
Infrastructure: The institution must have adequate infrastructure, including modern classrooms and computing facilities, to support the delivery of the program.
Student Enrollment: The institution must have a minimum of 20 students who are enrolled in participating in the program each year.
English Proficiency: The students must have a minimum level of English proficiency, as specified by the participating U.S. universities.
Financial Capacity: The university must have the financial capacity to support the program's implementation, including covering the cost of an IT classroom with a projector, speakers, and air conditioning.
Commitment to Program Goals: The institution must be committed to achieving the program's goals, including enhancing the quality of education, promoting research collaborations, and preparing students for global careers.
INTERESTED? LET'S CONNECT
If your institution is interested in partnering with us to provide your students with a comprehensive educational experience that combines the strengths of both Indian and U.S. higher education, we would like to connect. We'd also be happy to discuss the revenue and financial model that you stand to benefit from such a partnership.
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