From The Economic Times, Learning Curve, December 20, 2004
Not to be left behind in the global sweepstakes on campuses, XLRI Jamshedpur has put in place its first overseas student exchange programmes with Malardalen University, Sweden and Asian Institute of Management, Philippines for the forthcoming academic year.
“The exchange programmes commence with AIM Philippines, Malardalen University Sweden among a few more in the US and Europe, and will enable about 10-15 students each year to avail of the benefits,” says Vikram Dhunta, secretary, programme for international student exchange[POISE].
The institute is also finalising a tie-up with St Joseph University, USA.
Overseas exposure of this kind has become the norm at many top-notch campuses, with exchanges, field trips and internships overseas giving students the exposure they need to forge much-wanted international careers.
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