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    Beyond the career needs of the students upon their graduation, Parul University has been going the extra mile by creating academic opportunities for the students’ post graduation studies.

    Through its International relations cell, the University has established a well oiled system of internationalization, for short term and long term studies in countries across the globe.

    A designated study abroad desk of the University has been aligning the academic dreams of the students with some of the prominent Universities and Institutions to pursue their further studies. Recently, two of the University’s students were awarded a fully funded scholarship to pursue their masters degree studies in France.

    Through the study abroad desk, Hobitiana Elvinah Randrianaivo and Lucien Ratsimamitaka, two Applied Science students of Parul University, were awarded full financial aid coverage to pursue their further postgraduate studies. The duo was awarded this scholarship by the University of Paris-Saclay, a Saint-Aubin, based University and one France’s prominent higher educational institutions. With such an opportunity,

    Hobitiana and Lucien seek to pursue their master of science studies. “We have been taking several initiatives focusing on providing international opportunities to our students, either through mobility programs, or through study abroad programs. In the same way these two students have got this opportunity, we have several other students as well who are studying abroad in various parts of the country”, said PU’s Director of International Relations, Dr. Preeti Nair.

    The students who have received this opportunity are amongst the University’s international students from Madagascar. From venturing to India to study with Parul University, they have now been further given another international opportunity to study in France.

    The University seeks to ensure the continuity of the learning process be it within its campus walls or beyond national borders, the students have been recipients of endless opportunities to study in countries across the world.

    In addition to this, the University has also been providing avenues of further studies through pathway programs. Through these programs, the students who have been joining Parul University have been receiving opportunities of studying their bachelors degree at the University, and furthering their master’s degree studies in another country.

    “ We believe the obligation and responsibility to educate is something that all the higher educational stakeholders collectively owe to the students. For this reason we have created partnerships with Universities across the world, and through these partnerships we have been able to create an enriching learning exposure for our students. I am glad to see that even beyond these partnerships, we are still able to provide such study abroad opportunities to our students,” shared Parul University’s President Dr. Devanshu J Patel.

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