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Collaborations

International Collaborations between Mahindra University and other reputed global universities offer new vistas to students and teaching faculty. It creates an exchange of knowledge for both partners.

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Collaborations

International Collaborations between Mahindra University and other reputed global universities offer new vistas to students and teaching faculty. It creates an exchange of knowledge for both partners. It adds immense value to the students in terms of new knowledge perspectives under varying conditions, as seen in developed and developing countries. Our partnership with other universities and networks opens up global opportunities for the students. It further increases the quality of our research, teaching and learning.

To strengthen the partnership with universities, the knowledge of Indian socio-economic-political conditions are best brought forward by Indian teachers and professors while collaborating with their counterparts, leading to co-authored research papers, books, project work, presentations etc. As a result of such cross-pollination of ideas, the quality of education and curriculum gain substantial recognition and attracts talented teachers and students. This recognition, in turn, helps in higher ratings for our university.

The university offers Undergraduate and Post Graduate programs in its five Schools, namely Ecole Centrale School of Engineering, School of Management, School of Law, Indira Mahindra School of Education and School of Media and Liberal Arts.

The university has world-class collaborations with Cornell Universities SC Johnson College of Business, Virginia Tech, Centrale Supelec, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, BABSON and the University of Florida, which serves inter-disciplinary learning through live industry projects and in-built flexibility of course choices, making the education very practical and catering the needs of the students.

Collaborations most importantly help Mahindra University gain access to foreign education, procedures, teaching pedagogy. This mingling of thoughts leads to significant innovations and the exchange of information that would not be possible otherwise.