Pritha Roy Choudhury|Jul 21, 2022
Krea, University of Bristol to collaborate in sciences, humanities
NEW DELHI: Krea University and the University of Bristol have partnered up to collaborate in the fields of science and humanities at student, faculty and research levels.
The partnership also includes the beginning of a 3+1 progression partnership for students at Krea, in flagship programmes offered by the University of Bristol which include MSc in environmental policy and management, innovation and entrepreneurship, among others.
Erik Lithander Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bristol said: “We are very proud to be signing a Memorandum of Understanding with Krea University today and are excited to develop links with such an innovative, forward-thinking institution. It symbolises the start of an important partnership, which will undoubtedly benefit the student and academic communities on both sides.”
Sunder Ramaswamy, VC of Krea, said that the partnership will bring a new dimension of engagement for its students, faculty and research centres. “We regard this as a progressive collaboration that will find many avenues for growth in the years to come," he said.
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