Close on the collaborating with Curtin University of Australia, Acharya Nagarjuna University(ANU) is planning to go for tie-ups with Chinese and Japanese universities, its Vice-Chancellor A. Rajendra Prasad said here on Wednesday.
The ANU planned to start four-year Chinese language course with two years of study here and an equal number of years study in China, he told the media here.
Architecture and Science courses would be offered in collaboration with varsities from China, he said, adding that he would shortly visit Beijing to finalise Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The engineering courses offered by ANU were on a par with the ones offered by foreign universities, he added.
Some Japanese universities had also evinced interest in offering pharmacy courses in collaboration with ANU, he said.
Some of the ANU architecture students had been selected by a Singapore-based company to work in capital construction project, he added. After planting a tree sapling in the ANU Ongole campus, he said the UGC had shortlisted ANU for ‘Swachhta award’ impressed with the green cover at the sprawling ANU campus.
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