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The vice-chancellor of Oxford University, Andrew Hamilton, was in Mumbai recently. Speaking to a gathering of students at the St. Xavier's College campus, Hamilton emphasised on the increasing globalisation of higher education.
"Student and faculty exchange programmes, international research collaborations and funding, establishment of new campuses and increasing number of globally outstanding universities outside the traditional study abroad destinations is the key to the globalisation of higher education," said Hamilton. He pointed out that three core functions of research, education and impact as the integral factors that make Oxford a most revered university. He also praised the excellent participation of Indian students in foreign universities while stressing on internationalisation as a fundamental objective at Oxford. Hamilton went on to explain the diversity in the programmes offered at Oxford. He urged students to apply for the new master's degree in contemporary India and courses at the Blavatnik School of Government as well as the Felix postgraduate scholarships for Indian students.
Courtesy: Times of India
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