Bennett’s engg bachelors can opt for master’s from Florida | Delhi News – Times of India 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

New Delhi: Bennett University has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with University of Florida, which will offer its engineering students a shorter way to get a master’s degree from the American university after completing their engineering bachelors at Bennett. The universities also look forward to develop joint study programmes.
Under the MoU, the faculty from the US university will teach special courses to Bennett students. The faculties can also explore joint research funding by applying for various international grants.
“Bennett University is fast moving to have its international tie-ups across all continents to give multiple options to its students for international experience. It ranges from summer immersion programmes, semester abroad programmes to vertical mobility,” said Deepak Garg, dean of international relations and corporate outreach.
“Through our tie-ups, we also endeavour to promote collaborative research, faculty exchange, joint academic publications and beyond. In the fast-changing world, international collaborations have become key to success as they offer access to latest innovations and knowledge,” he added.
Sanjay Ranka, distinguished professor at the department of computer information science and engineering at University of Florida, discussed his research about 21st century smart city transportation solutions with students and the Bennett faculty. These solutions are being field-tested at intersections in City of Gainesville and Seminole County.
Bennett University has recently renewed its relations with University of Nebraska, Omaha that encompasses different facets of collaboration, including cultural exchange, seminars and joint research. Previously, the university has also collaborated with Georgia Tech, Cornell and Babson for enhanced teaching-learning experience of its students.

Bennett’s engg bachelors can opt for master’s from Florida | Delhi News – Times of India

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