Sanskriti University signs MOU with EUCLID
Mathura: Sanskriti University has signed an MOU with EUCLID (Pole Universitaire Euclide|Euclid University), a specialized intergovernmental organization. This collaboration will provide excellent career opportunities to the students in various departments of technology, management etc.
EUCLID’s flagship program is its standard-setting online master in diplomacy and international affairs or MDIA which has qualified many diplomats globally. EUCLID also offers doctoral-level programs in diplomacy, sustainable development, and international public health, as well as a new joint degree program in international public administration. Headquartered in the United States, New York, France, and Africa, has been offering various programs at Bachelor’s and Master’s levels. The MOU will enable the students of Sanskriti University to pursue various flagship programs offered by Euclid University and accumulate respective credits for the course/program pursued by them.
Chancellor of Sanskriti University, Sachin Gupta said, “The MOU signed up between the Universities will give a catalytic boost to the employability enhancement prospects to the students and shall give a boost to the career growth opportunities of students and research professionals of Sanskriti University.”
EUCLID offers specialized distance-learning and online distance learning programs to government-sponsored as well as general public students. Its goal is to prepare “expert leaders for international civil service and global careers.” EUCLID’s academic motto is “Let us also hear the other side (Audi et alteram partem in Latin)” and its vision statement for students development and preparation, both government-sponsored and general public is: “Become Globalized.”
Executive Director of Sanskriti University, PC Chhabra shared his views and said, “Sanskriti University has been committed to delivering excellence in education and skill development and the MOU with EUCLID, will provide the students with excellent opportunities to nourish their skills in various domain of their interest.”