Through innovative efforts, Woxsen University is driving the internationalisation of higher education in the area

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By Education Today

Posted on September 24, 2022


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Universidad Externado de Colombia (Colombia), Pontifical Catholic University of Parana (Brazil), HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management (Germany), Al Akhawayn University, and Woxsen University have all nominated students to serve on the International Student Advisory Board (ISAB), which has been established by Woxsen University (Morocco).

The ISAB will organise events for a worldwide student community, work on cooperative projects chosen by the board, discuss international best practises, represent students’ views, and expose a large international network of university prospects. Through the newly established “Diplomats’ Club,” which functions as a diplomatic advisory board and was launched with the premiere of “The House of Diplomats,” Woxsen University has also embraced multiculturalism by bringing on board people involved in diplomatic activities within India and around the world. Through this group, geopolitical discussions on hot topics of interest are conducted. The House of Diplomats is complimented by a second, brand-new talk programme called “India 2047,” where people in positions of strategic importance discuss the development of the nation and the most critical issues that need to be solved.

With guest lectures from Dr. Mohanbir Sawhney of the Kellog School of Management in the United States, Dr. Prasad Padmanabhan of St. Mary’s University in the United States, Drs. Szucs Krisztián, Tamas Sebestyen, and Zsolt Bedo of the University of Pécs in Hungary, Dr. Peter Bamberger of Tel Aviv University in Israel, Dr. Jean-Luc Boulnois of Babson College in USA, Woxsen University continues to elevate the status quo of quality delivery.

Woxsen University has established a new vertical to engage the student community and absorb the best practises from the key stakeholders in an academic environment – the students and lifelong learners – in addition to a growing set of initiatives and operating centres. This is in addition to its established International Advisory Board and the various modalities of professorship engagements at the global level.