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Galgotias University goes global
Hindustan Times
New Delhi, May 07, 2013
First Published: 12:33 IST(7/5/2013)
Last Updated: 12:35 IST(7/5/2013)

The world is going small and it is same for the education world. Galgotias University’s prestigious roster of strategic tie-ups with the world’s finest universities grows longer by the day. In the USA, partner universities are Georgia Tech (one of the world’s top 10 tech schools), University of Arkansas, Purdue University, Northern Illinois University, The Smith School of Business at University of Maryland and University of North America and in Europe, Anglia Ruskin University, the UK and Goethe University, Germany. At the heart of each of these collaborations is a deep shared commitment to enable common programme development, department to department mentoring, curriculum building, course enhancement and up gradation of teaching pedagogies, common research programmes and industry linkages and long and short term student and faculty exchange.

Add to the university collaborations, the heavyweight faculty list of academic excellence that traverses the academic universe.

Galgotias University’s faculty members have been drawn from the finest teaching and research faculties at top global universities such as the Universities of Cambridge, Georgia Tech, Oakland, Hiroshima, Purdue, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Indiana and Memphis, among many others.

According to Suneel Galgotia, Chancellor, Galgotias University, “We have handpicked our faculty carefully from among the finest academicians across USA, Europe and Asia and of course, the premier universities and institutions of India. Not only does our senior faculty bring their immense academic weight, they also bring in their deep knowledge of the finest pedagogies, experience in research and the entire ethos of industry integration into education”.


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