India’s Pearl Academy and Europe’s Istituto Europeo di Design sign exclusive academic partnership

New Delhi: Pearl Academy today announced that it has entered into an exclusive academic collaboration with the Istituto Europeo di Design (IED), a renowned creative education institute with nine campuses across Europe. With this collaboration, Pearl Academy has become the only institution in India to launch an international study module with IED for its post-graduate (PG) students.

This 50-contact hour international module with IED will help Pearl Academy PG students earn global academic validation as their performance will be assessed by IED faculty members and will receive a certification along with performance & assessment report.

“We are proud of this exclusive collaboration with IED, an institute with more than 50 years of legacy and get them on board with us as our Academic Quality Partner. Global exposure is a significant element in one’s education today because it leads to a wider outlook and enhances skills like teamwork in a cross-cultural environment, problem-solving, communication etc. Therefore, Pearl Academy collaborates with like-minded education institutes across the world to give our students opportunities to study and learn at their campuses with their students and faculty members”, said Professor Nandita Abraham, President, Pearl Academy.

As the Academic Quality Partner for Pearl Academy’s 2-year Post Graduate programs, IED will play a vital role in the curriculum development and assessment of students as per global IED standards.

The Academic Quality Partnership provides Pearl Academy students and IED academic staff with a unique chance to take part in a transnational project and to connect with peers and leading industry players on both continents.

For more than 50 years, the Istituto Europeo di Design has been operating in the fields of education and research in the disciplines of design, fashion, visual communication and management. IED has campuses in Milan, Rome, Barcelona, Madrid, Turin, Florence, Venice, Como, Cagliari.