The University of Canterbury has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Bombay Stock Exchange Institute Limited. The University of Canterbury is a premium university in Christchurch, New Zealand. Commencing in October this year, students will be welcomed into UC’s programmes including the Masters of Business Information Systems, the Masters of Business Management, and the Master of Applied Finance and Economics.
Under the Memorandum, BSE Institute will prepare students for overseas study through a one-month preparatory programme. Students will then travel to Christchurch, New Zealand to complete their postgraduate studies. The two institutions have also committed to collaborating on a number of research projects focused on big data analytics and data science. This research will complement their teaching programmes in these areas.
“The University of Canterbury is very excited to create closer ties with the Bombay Stock Exchange Institute and to create pathways for students to pursue Dr Rod Carr, Vice Chancellor of the University of Canterbury signs an MOU with Mr. Ashok Patel, Authorized signatory for BSE Institute Ltd international studies that further their career aspirations” said Dr Ian MacDonald, UC’s Director of International Relations.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Canterbury, Dr Rod Carr, who was visiting Mumbai to sign the Memorandum of Understanding commented that “greater numbers of Indian students are taking up the opportunity to study at UC, with 50% more new students compared to last year. Despite this, Indian students comprise less than 2% of our student body so there is still plenty of capacity for further growth.”
The university plays a critical role in earthquake-devastated Christchurch. Despite all the current challenges, Canterbury has maintained its first class university reputation, being the only New Zealand university to be granted a QS 5 star international rating.
Source – Press Release