New Delhi [India], Aug 4 (ANI / NewsView): Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies, Delhi NCR (formerly Manav Rachna International University) and University of Waikato, New Zealand, have teamed up to offer a joint undergraduate program in commerce and business Administration.
COVID-19 has disrupted the plans of many students who want to study abroad. As education service providers around the world work on hybrid learning modes, the collaboration is an important step towards internationalization for the Manav Rachna International Research and Studies Institute (MRIIRS) and the University of Waikato.
The agreement allows students to study the first year of their bachelor’s degree at MRIIRS, Delhi NCR. Eligible students will then be allowed to move on to the University of Waikato in New Zealand for their next two years of study and then earn a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Waikato.
New Zealand is emerging as a popular study destination, especially for its proactive management of the pandemic. Two of the island nation’s cities were recently ranked among the World’s Most Lovable Cities by the Economic Intelligence Unit, with Auckland at the top of the list. As New Zealand continues to restrict the entry of foreign nationals, the agreement with MRIIRS gives students who wish to study in New Zealand the opportunity to start from home.
The University of Waikato is recognized worldwide and offers qualifications in a wide range of subjects, nine of which are ranked worldwide by QS Subject Rankings 2021, including Business and Management Studies, Accounting and Finance, and economics and econometrics. In addition to its internationally recognized research capabilities and facilities in many disciplines, the University of Waikato offers innovative and pioneering research and successfully transfers its knowledge to the corporate and government sectors. In addition, Waikato Management School is a member of an elite group of business schools around the world that have achieved “Triple Crown” status with accreditation from AACSB, EQUIS and the AMBA, which only 1% of the world’s business schools have achieved.
On the other side, MRIIRS is a 4 star QS rated university located in Faridabad, Haryana, offering high quality education in various fields including engineering, management, psychology, economics, computer science, law, visual arts, architecture, commerce and many more. . The Faculty of Management Studies at MRIIRS has been ranked among the top 6 private universities, the top 7 among B schools in the North region, and the top 17 among the top 100 B schools according to the Times B School Survey 2021.
University of Waikato International Director Sharon Calvert said: “Estero New Zealand will play a crucial role in the success of the partnership. “
“Estero will provide on-site advice and support to students during their stay in India and make sure they are familiar with the opportunities in New Zealand. It will help India-based students start their international education now and will provide a globally recognized qualification and New Zealand experience upon completion, ”she said.
Estero is a New Zealand education recognized agency run by an entrepreneur who himself started as an international student over ten years ago. The team will ensure that MRIIRS students are familiar with the opportunities in New Zealand and further assist them with their registration and visa formalities.
Colonel Girish Kumar Sharma, Director of the Center for International Education and Planning and Coordination at the Manav Rachna International Research and Studies Institute, is confident that the joint will provide valuable opportunities for their students.
“The articulation with the University of Waikato opens the doors of opportunities for our students to gain valuable experience in a country known for its innovation. MRIIRS has always been proactive in creating international programs for students and Estero has been brilliant in bringing this opportunity on board.They are extremely professional in their work and meticulous in establishing international collaborations.
Estero is a New Zealand registered education management entity that assists students in the Asia Pacific region to study at universities based primarily in New Zealand, Canada, and the UK. The organization is focused on providing unbiased and ethical student counseling to help students pave their way to success. With a physical presence in 9 locations in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka, Estero aims to make higher education accessible.
Recipient of several education sector awards and recognitions, the organization aims to build the capacity of students as future employees by putting students and professionals in business with the right program at the right institution. Estero has also been actively involved in identifying, creating and managing academic collaborations between Indian and foreign institutions, in order to further enable the movement of students across borders for their higher education. Helping institutions collaborate gives students the opportunity to experience what it’s like to study abroad.
For more information, please visit www.estero.co.nz or send an email to [email protected]
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