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NALSAR University of Law has entered into a memorandum of understanding with the University Islam Sultan Sharif Ali (UNISSA), Brunei Darussalam, for cooperation and collaboration in research, education, and training programmes of mutual interest.
The areas of cooperation in the MoU include exchange of faculty, students, joint workshops/training programmes, joint research and development projects, joint education programmes, and exchange of publications, said a statement from the Hyderabad-based NALSAR.
Faizan Mustafa, Vice-Chancellor, NALSAR, and Haji Norarfan Bin Haji Zainal, Rector, UNISSA, signed the MoU.
NALSAR has already signed MoUs with 31 foreign universities, including those located in the US, Canada, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Australia, Israel, The Netherlands and Singapore for enabling exchange of faculty members, students and collaborative research projects.
"These partnerships motivate students to develop a rich understanding of cultures from other parts of the world and consequently enhance the quality of discussions and scholarship at NALSAR. Every year approximately 20-25 students spend a semester at these foreign universities," said the statement.
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