University of East Anglia signs MoU with NorthCap University to offer dual degree programmes

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Posted on June 20, 2024


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A MoU was signed by the University of East Anglia (UEA) and The NorthCap University in India to enhance the dual degree programs and give students access to international mobility opportunities.

The partnership intends to offer a seamless educational experience, enabling students to begin their degrees in India and finish them at UEA in the UK, according to a news release from the University of East Anglia. The dual degrees are intended to provide extensive exposure to other countries, a more advanced curriculum, and improved employment chances in a global setting.

The School of Engineering and Technology, School of Management and Liberal Studies, School of Law, and School of Business are partners with The NorthCap University, Gurugram. UEA offers a BSc Computer Science with Software Development program for students who complete their B. Tech CSE (full-stack specialization). Students completing a BCom (Hons) with a Financial Markets concentration are eligible to enroll in UEA’s BA International Business Management program. UEA offers degrees in International Business Management and Marketing & Management, which can be obtained through the BBA specializations in Entrepreneurship, Family Business, and Digital Marketing. Furthermore, according to the press release, BCom/BBA (Hons) Community Service students have similar pathways to relevant degrees at UEA based on their electives in marketing, HRM, or finance.

“Since we now live in a globalized world, educational institutions must carefully select programs that give our students access to a variety of cultures and knowledge hubs. Our strategic alliances with reputable Indian universities, such as The NorthCap University, bring us great satisfaction. We are confident that the combined strength of our academic backgrounds will offer students outstanding educational opportunities that will expand their horizons and improve their employability. Professor David Maguire, Vice-Chancellor of the University of East Anglia, remarked, “With these collaborations, we showcase our serious commitment to preparing students for successful global careers.”

The institution said that each student enrolled in the dual degree programs will get a £4,000 stipend.