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MAHE signs three Agreements with University of Lille

MANIPAL: The Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal signed three agreements in France with Universite de Lille.

Dr Vinod Bhat, vice chancellor and Lille presiden Jean-Christophe Camart, agreed to foster student alternate across all disciplines and convey about cooperation among the School of Medicine, ULille and the Kasturba Medical College (KMC), Manipal/Mangaluru with the Inter University Cooperation Agreement.

Under the agreement, the 2 universities will paintings together to reach research, instructing programmes in not unusual, workforce exchanges, student exchanges, mobility of doctoral and postdoctoral students, promotion of seminars and colloquia.

KMC Manipal/Mangaluru and the School of Medicine at Lille agree against alternate of scientific students and workforce, publishing joint publications, mobility of graduates and put up graduates within the fields of healthcare, instructing and research.

The Student Exchange Agreement covers student exchanges in popular disciplines of mutual passion for a semester or two at the partner university. ULille and MAHE have agreed to replace maximum of 10 students each university year protecting first, second and third cycles of stage.

The students will be selected for the alternate programme according to the respective tips as put forth within the Agreement and they will be exempted from paying admission, tuition and examination fees.

Raghu Radhakrishnan, director of International Relations, MAHE, Francois- Olivier Seys, vice chairman for International Relations, Kathleen O'Connor, vice chairman for International Development, Pauline Ravinet, and vice chairman for European Affairs, Didier Gosset, dean of Medicine, ULille and Philippe Cordonnier, managing director for International Relations were provide.

This affiliation with some of the premier cultural, clinical and professional public establishments in France is to additional MAHE's ties with the European Academia and make stronger academic and research engagement of scholars and college between the 2 varsities.

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