The University of Westminster signs MoU with HR College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai

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Mumbai, March 6: The University of Westminster, one of the UK’s leading international universities, based in the heart of London today signed a memorandum of understanding with HR College of Commerce and Economics, a leading Indian University.
The University of Westminster is already a popular destination for Indian students, and offers an extensive choice of over 300 courses, which include: Architecture, Biotechnology, Communication, Computer Science, Design, Fashion, International Business, Journalism, Law, Management, Multimedia, Photographic Studies, Software Engineering, Tourism Management, Urban Design and many more.
Coordinated with the launch, the University made two further announcements: a new series of scholarships specifically for Indian Students worth 1,50,00 pounds and the signing of a memorandum of understanding with HR College of Commerce and Economics, a leading Indian University.
The University offers the largest scholarship scheme in the UK, with extensive provisions designed to attract the best students from across the world. In keeping with its plans to build a stronger Indian presence, the University will significantly expand its Indian scholarship programme.A distinct feature of these scholarships is that they are made on the condition that, on graduation, students return to work in India.
Following this announcement, the University is hosting a showcase of the course offering and allowing prospective students and parents to meet and interact with alumni and professors. The University is also launching an Indian Alumni Association, which will have the primary objective of promoting strong relationships between its alumni, current students, faculty and the University as a whole.

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