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Student from the University of IILINOIS College of Medicine, Peoria, USA at Parul University

Rachel Weberman, a student from the University of IILINOIS College of Medicine, Peoria, USA is at Parul University, India for the period of 2 weeks for an intensive Medical Training Program in the Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics.
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Business Meeting with the Ambassador of Belgian Embassy

Dr Preeti Nair, Director, International Relations Cell, Parul University had a meeting with the Ambassador of the Belgian Embassy in India during his visit to FGI. She has fruitful discussion with the delegation for cooperation with Belgian Universities.

Delegates from Penza State University, Russia paid visit to Parul University

Dr Irina Rodina, from Vice Rectors office, Penza State University, Russia paid visit to Parul University to establish Cooperation of mutual benefits between PU and PSU. Many opportunities will soon be created for all stake holders of PU.

Delegates from Louisville University, USA

Ms. Deepti Jain, Senior Admission Counsellor, University of Louisville, USA visited PU for a talk on Study options and post-study opportunities in the USA for Public Health sector for students of Public Health, MBBS, Health Care Administration, Pharmacy, BCA, Nursing & Social Work. She also discussed options & opportunities available in the Public Health sector in USA.

Business Meeting with Indo Canadian Business Chamber

Dr Preeti Nair, Head, International Relations Cell, Parul University, was invited by the Indo Canadian Business Chamber for a business meeting, wherein she had the privilege to interact with Canadian Consular General Ms. Annie Dube about the opportunities for students and teachers of PU in Canada. They also discussed about opportunities for Canadians in India.
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Integrated and dual degree programs with College de Paris

One more great achievement with integrated and dual degree programs with reputed University College de Paris in France. More opportunities will come for students and faculties.

A student from Uganda was offered one year Exchange Program at Germany

The International Relations Cell of Parul University, was successful in cooperating with University of Applied Sciences, Aschaffenburg, Germany and as a result Possible, a student from Uganda, was offered a 100% tuition fee waiver and subsidy for accommodation and food for one academic year.

Delegates from the University of Highlands and Islands, Scotland visited Parul University

Delegates from the University of Highlands and Islands, Scotland visited PU to foster the partnership to facilitate students and faculty exchange programs. They also discussed in depth the Avenues of Research and Development and Government Funded projects.

Academic Director, International Cooperations, Mias School of Business, Czech Republic visited Parul University

Prof. Dr. Jan Vlachý, Academic Director, International Cooperations, Mias School of Business, Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republic visited Parul University under the visiting fellowship program. He delivered modular teaching in the area of international trade for PU students over a period of two weeks and also discussed various avenues of collaboration between both the Universities.

Research Projects of two engineering students receive full funding to Belgium

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Two engineering students of Parul University (PU) have bagged a one year long research exchange program to pursue their research project at the University of Mons in Belgium.

Ruhr West signs first partnership agreement with Indian university

Teaching at Ruhr West, Susanne Staude, and the President of Parul University in India, Devanshu Patel, recently signed a partnership agreement on the Ruhr West campus. For Ruhr West, this represents another step towards internationalisation and a valuable addition to its network of international partners.
‘Having spent time abroad during their studies enhances our graduates’ prospects on the labour market, which is why study abroad is an increasingly important factor’, says Ruhr West Vice President Susanne Staude. ‘That is why we want to give our students opportunities early on to spend time abroad and get into contact with students in other countries. Globally, India is among the regions seeing the strongest economic growth and hence a very interesting partner for our university’, says Staude, explaining the motivation behind seeking a partnership with an Indian university.
Representatives of Ruhr West and Parul University first met at the EAIE conference in Geneva, Switzerland, in September 2018, which both institutions attended. The new partnership agreement is designed to facilitate and promote bilateral exchanges between the two universities. In terms of student exchanges, the focus will initially be on the Institute of Business Administration. Here, the opportunity to study abroad in India will be most appealing to students enrolled in the B.A. programme in ‘International Business and Emerging Markets’.
The plan is to gradually expand the exchange programme between Parul and Ruhr West to enable students of all Ruhr West faculties to participate in the bilateral exchanges. Another idea is to add teacher exchanges at some point to promote future collaboration between the two universities at this level as well.