University of Canterbury, New Zealand recruits students for its Engineering Master Programs from India

University of Canterbury, New Zealand recruits students for its Engineering Master Programs from India

Mumbai: University of Canterbury, New Zealand is recruiting students from India for its various masters courses in Engineering stream. The University team has recently been traveling in India to sensitize the students across streams about their courses. The University also explained about its features and advantages of New Zealand Education.

Director of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury , Professor Rajesh Dhakal, has recently conducted a seminar in Mumbai to assess the students keen to undertake the Master of Engineering Studies at the University. The course been called as MEngSt.

The MEngSt course offered by Canterbury, comprises of a combination of 400 and 600 -level courses, with no thesis requirement. According to university officials this will enable students to study a broad range of topics in their general area of expertise.

Prof. Dhakal gave an insightful lecture on ‘Minimizing Financial Loss from Earthquake’ at Delhi Technological University formerly known as Delhi College of Engineering.
He said Postgraduate Engineering qualification offered by University of Canterbury is second to none.
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He said the university prepares the students well for the job markets in New Zealand and across the globe. In addition to offering a wide array of courses, the Civil Engineering course at University of Canterbury is also ranked 21st in the QS world subject rankings, the University said in press release.

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