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University Of Arizona Collaborates With O.P. Jindal University To Help Indians Get Degree

India’s OP Jindal Global University (JGU) said on Wednesday that it has marked a settlement with The University of Arizona to enable Indian students to acquire a US degree without leaving their home nation during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Given travel limitations, school postponements and visa bans, JGU said it has made adaptable, moderate choices with the University of Arizona to permit students in India to procure a full US degree — or US transfer credits — with full access to the JGU campus as a major aspect of another GIFTED Program (Global Immersion Fellowship for Talent and Educational Development).

The GIFTED program is an imaginative and reasonable method for advancing greatness in worldwide higher education and could significantly affect the fate of information creation, collective learning and global commitment at colleges around the globe,” Vice-Chancellor of OP Jindal Global University, Professor C Raj Kumar, said in an announcement.

“Operation Jindal Global University and the University of Arizona have teamed up to offer a transformative learning experience that permits members to acquire undergraduate US credits through particular scholastic streams,” he said.

Students can look over two choices in the GIFTED program:

Students can finish a full US undergraduate degree, graduate degree, or graduate certificate online with complete access to the JGU campus.
Or on the other hand, they can take a crack at a pathway program of online courses to get ready for all intents and purposes any major and for inevitable examination in the US

The fellowship program incorporates uncommonly structured courses educated by the JGU workforce, just as access to JGU’s campus foundation and co-curricular alternatives, for example, scholarly composition and Mandarin language guidance.

“Toward the finish of the fellowship, the GIFTED Fellows have the alternative to proceed with their investigations in the USA,” said GIFTED Program Director, Professor Kalyani Unkule. To give education to worldwide students, the University of Arizona declared for the current week the dispatch of a “Global Campus” across five continents, collaborating with top colleges.

“I invite the organization between the University of Arizona and OP Jindal Global University in India,” said Professor Robert C Robbins, President, The University of Arizona, Tucson in the US.

“Not exclusively does Global Campus help understand the versatility difficulties of today brought about by COVID-19, but at the same time it’s a significant and long haul exertion at meeting the UN Sustainable Development Goal of giving available quality education to the world,

“We are genuinely making reasonable, world-class education accessible to global residents around the globe remembering for India and, in this season of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has never been required more,” Robbins said.

Global Immersion Fellowship for Talent and Educational Development can be accessed at

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