Udupi, Mar 10: Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), one of India's premier higher education institutions and Institution of Eminence conferred by government of India, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the University of Dalhousie. The MOU was signed during the visit of a ten-member delegation from University of Dalhousie and Nova Scotia Health/Government Canada to the MAHE campus.
The main objective of the MOU is to explore collaboration opportunities in the field of nursing at MAHE. This partnership marks a significant milestone for MAHE as it seeks to expand its global education offerings and strengthen its international partnerships to achieve a fruitful collaboration. Key officials from both MAHE and the visiting delegation attended the MOU signing ceremony.
Lt Gen (Dr) M D Venkatesh, vice-chancellor of MAHE expressed his delight saying, "We are thrilled to welcome the delegation from the University of Dalhousie and Nova Scotia Health/Government Canada to our campus. This partnership will create new opportunities for our students and faculty and enable us to exchange knowledge and best practices in nursing education and research."
This collaboration demonstrates MAHE's commitment to providing world-class education and preparing its students for success in a Globalized world. The partnership is expected to enhance MAHE's nursing program and enable students to gain a deeper understanding of international healthcare practices.
The purpose of this collaboration is to encourage students and faculty to engage in knowledge-sharing and collaborative initiatives, creating new opportunities for growth and development for all parties involved.