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Jindal students head abroad for summer programmes

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Over 120 students from O P Jindal Global University will participate in various exchange programmes in global universities such as Oxford, Harvard and Columbia this summer.

According to Prof C Raj Kumar, vice chancellor of the Sonipat based university, over 30 students have enrolled for a programme on Human Rights in Development at the Harvard T H Chan School of Public Health and another 30 will be studying International Law and Global Governance at Somerville College, Oxford.

Besides, he said, 15 students have enrolled to study business and corporate law at Columbia University. "Another group of 17 students will be visiting Europe for a study tour of the Eleven Top East-European Universities and few others will studying at the Law Schools Global League at ITAM, Mexico and the China University of Political Science and Law.

"Students have also enrolled to pursue language training at University of Granda and Instituto Superior de Derecho Economia, Madrid," he said.

The university claimed that the exchange programmes not only introduced the students to multicultural and enriching environments but were also aimed at equipping them with necessary qualifications and capabilities in a globalised marketplace.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Fri, June 02 2017. 15:57 IST