Solan, January 28
Continuing its endeavour to provide international-level education to the youth, Shoolini University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Canada. A delegation from Canada visited the Shoolini campus to sign the MoU for academic exchange and other professional development initiatives.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic Interim Director (International Enrollment) Annie Luyao Fu and School of Business and ICT Associate Dean Kristen Craig will collaborate for faculty and student exchange programs for civil engineering students, MBA, IT/CSE, and applied management students. Students of both universities will be able to participate in summer school and faculty exchange program.
Annie Luyao has extensive experience in higher education student services, recruitment, credential evaluation and assessment, faculty and student mobility, projects, and partnerships. The delegation took a tour of the No.1 Private University in India (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2023) and interacted with the faculty and students.
Office of International Affairs Director at Shoolini University Prof RP Dwivedi said the MoU had opened doors for Shoolini students to the foreign shores. They can now explore opportunities in Canada under the summer school camp program.
According to the Office of International Affairs Assistant Director at Shoolini University Rozy Dhanta, the collaboration will offer international faculty exchange opportunities.