Bengaluru, Oct 19: A delegation from Dalhousie University, Canada led by professor Deep Saini, president and vice chancellor, visited the Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), Bengaluru campus for exploring the collaboration opportunities.
The MAHE delegation was led by Lt Gen (Dr) M. D. Venkatesh, vice chancellor, MAHE.
The aim of this visit was to foster the dialogue between the two teams on exploring collaboration opportunities for health science in the areas of cancer research, clinical trials, joint training programs, student and faculty mobility across the two universities with collaborative online international learning, joint programs and much more. Discussions were also made in the area of how the two universities could work on sustainable development goals, big data analytics, and innovation.
Speaking about the visit vice-chancellor, Lt Gen (Dr) M D Venkatesh of Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal said, “MAHE has a legacy of collaborating with foreign universities in all fields of study. We have partnerships with over 250 Universities across the globe. Such collaborations help in deepening the knowledge and skills of both our students and faculty. We are highly optimistic about this partnership with Dalhousie University, Canada for our Bengaluru Campus. The collaboration will undoubtedly result in fruitful outcomes in the field of health sciences”
MAHE Bengaluru is an off campus of MAHE, Manipal and, thrives in providing holistic education to students with state-of-the-art infrastructure, well-qualified experienced faculty, and mentors.
The programmes offered at MAHE, Bengaluru are diverse and contemporary. The courses range from engineering to art, design and technology, management, commerce, business practice, public policy, liberal arts, humanities and social sciences, allied health, regenerative medicine etc.