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Ghent University signs MoA with Nitte University

Published On : 10 Feb 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Karkala: University of Ghent, Belgium, one of the oldest and reputed Universities in Europe entered into an agreement with Nitte Univeristy for furthering academic and research collaborations between the two Universities.

A four member delegation from Nitte University lead by Vice Chancellor Prof. Ramananda Shetty visited institutions of the University of Ghent and held discussions with faculty and administrators from various disciplines to identify areas of academic exchange and collaborative research.

The deliberations culminated in the signing and exchange of a Memorandum of Agreement between The Vice Chancellor, Nitte University and the rector of Ghent University, Prof. Anne de Paepe on the 8th of February, 2017.

 







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