Ramanujan College, one of the constituent colleges of Delhi University signs deal with Management Centre Innsbruck (MCI) to promote knowledge.
On the 26th of November 2019, Ramanujan College announced that it had signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Management Centre Innsbruck. MCI is an ‘entrepreneurial school’ based out of Innsbruck in the western state of Tyrol, in Austria. The institute provides bachelor’s and master’s programmes, along with an executive MBA, an executive Ph.D. course, and certificate courses.
The deal signed between the two institutes ensures the sharing of expertise between the two institutes along with student exchange programmes. The Student exchange programme agreed between the two institutes dictates that two students will be exchanged every academic year. Each institute will waive the tuition fees for the students coming from the other institute. Undergraduate and graduate students who have completed three semesters or two semesters, respectively, will be eligible for the student exchange programme.
The agreement also guarantees that both institutes will work towards conducting an exchange of academic staff, joint development, and organisation of academic programmes, courses or seminars and research between MCI and Ramanujan. Students of Ramanujan will also get an opportunity to pursue their master’s degree from MCI after completing their Bachelor in Ramanujan.
At present, Ramanujan College has 15 departments, 15 centers, 25 societies and more than 3000 students enrolled in various courses. The MCI is a premier entrepreneurial school with 3407 students, 210 internal and 997 external faculty members offering 25 study programmes leading to bachelor’s and master’s degrees as well as 7 executive master’s degrees and 16 certificate programmes. Both institutes hope that the MOU signed between them will help in sharing knowledge, experience, and goals and is expected to boost learning outcomes in the form of employability and research.
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Prabhanu Kumar Das