Deakin University, Australia, is organising #iWeekDeakin 2017 across 8 cities in the country. The primary objective of #iWeekDeakin 2017 is to profile key areas of studies to meet with the needs of future careers, covering cities like Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mangalore, Chennai, Pune, Mumbai and Delhi. The sessions in respective cities will provide information on various courses offered by Deakin University, scholarships and bursaries, career opportunities, enrolment and accommodation process.
News about International Linkages in Indian Education News
Renowned computer scientist Prof Jaime Carbonell from Carnegie Mellon University delivered a distinguished talk at Kohli Centre on Intelligent Systems (KCIS), IIIT-Hyderabad on Advances in Machine Learning and Big Data with Industrial Applications. Modern Artificial Intelligence, powered by Machine Learning and Big Data, has had a large impact on the IT industry and is spreading to other sectors of the economy. However, not all data are equally useful; for example,
The Tata Social Internship programme provides a unique learning experience to students from some of the world’s best universities in the areas of community development and sustainability. This year, the 10th edition of the Tata Social Internship culminated with a contingent of 15 international students – four from the University of California, Berkeley, USA; two from the University of California, Davis, USA; one from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA; six from the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK; and two from the University of Cambridge, UK –
Manav Rachna Educational Institutions (MREI) and the University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol, UK signed a Memorandum of Understanding on August 21, 2017 in Bristol to work collaboratively in the areas of Environment & Technology. UWE Bristol is one of the largest providers of Higher Education in the South West of England. It is well-known for its research in areas such as healthcare and green energy. The MoU
The Fellowship programme will include 10 university students in a variety of Social Enterprise exercises from 30th July 2017 to 20th August 2017 Southampton, July 21, 2017: Ten students from the UK-based University of Southampton will be in Mumbai for almost a month, from 30th July to 20th August, as part of the Spark India 2017 Fellowship Programme. During this period, they will receive intensive training and on-ground exposure on creating