India’s new National Education Policy calls for simplifying credit recognition and transfer agreements between higher education institutions in the U.S. and India, help increase student mobility, joint programs, research collaborations and more.
The U.S. Consulate General, Mumbai, along with Sannam S4, invites faculty and educators from Indian institutions to participate in a webinar session on U.S. higher education partnership processes and models. The session will include opening remarks from Consul General David J. Ranz and case studies from members of leading U.S. and Indian institutions who have engaged in partnership programs in the past.
- Overview of the future of U.S.-India educational ties.
- Models/different types of articulation programs in India and the U.S.
- Key considerations when partnering with U.S. institutions (appropriate departments, models of partnerships, credit mapping process, student experience, cost factor/ scholarship or waiver, the timing of the academic year, English language proficiency, partner facilities, marketing the course, admission factors, grading system used, IPR issues, permissions and procedures at an institution or government level)
- Concrete steps to implement partnerships with U.S. institutions.