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Manipal University invites applications for its International Engineering Twinning Programme

July 11, 2016

Manipal University announces commencement of admissions for the 23rd batch of its International Engineering Twinning Programme offered by Manipal University’s ICAS (International Centre for Applied Sciences).

The last date for application is 15th July, 2016

In this programme, students pursue the first two years of Engineering in Manipal University (Manipal Campus) and the next two years in any of the foreign universities where they would receive their international engineering degree.

This unique programme is designed for students aspiring to graduate in engineering disciplines from some of the best universities in the world. With the increase in student mobility to universities abroad, Manipal University introduced the International Engineering Twinning Programme in 1994, with a view to encourage students to pursue professional education in reputed universities across USA, UK, Australia, Canada, Germany, Malaysia, France or any other country.

The key highlights of the programme are:

1. International engineering degree from reputed foreign university.

2. Huge savings of up to 40 percent in cost due to the ‘twinning’ structure.

3. Global placement opportunity at par with full-time foreign students.

4. Widely accepted curriculum with university partnerships across continents.

ICAS, with its unique advantages, is the ideal platform for Indian students to obtain international degrees with tremendous opportunities to develop their careers abroad. The programme will be offered to 250 students across India.

#To apply online, visit: http://manipal.edu/icas

For more information, e-mail at [email protected] or call 080 – 65590090

Contact person: Nayeem (Admissions Advisor) +917022969410

Students can choose from a  variety of engineering branches namely Architecture, Automotive Engineering, Aviation/Aerospace Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science/Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Industrial Biotechnology, Industrial Production Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics Engineering. It offers students flexibility in choosing or changing the branch or major area of specialisation even after enrolling for the programme at the foreign university.

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