Pepperdine University of California plans to setup facility in Andhra Pradesh, meets CM Reddy
Hyderabad, February 2: While the many students from Andhra Pradesh facing tough time in USA due to Tri-Valley University fraud, The Pepperdine University of California came forward to setup a facility in Andhra Pradesh. A 9-member delegation from the University led by Dr. Timothy M Chester met the Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy at Camp Office in this regard. Minister for Information Technology, Ponnala Lakshmaiah accompanied the University’s delegation.
The Pepperdine University proposes to establish its campus in 500 to 600 acres land on the Nalgonda–Warangal route in Andhra Pradesh. The University intends to invest about Rs.1,000 crores and will have an intake of 3,000 students. The University also proposes many exchange programmes between Universities in Andhra Pradesh and Pepperdine particularly in Law and Engineering.
The Pepperdine University of California is one of the top 20 Universities in the world and provides highest standards of academic excellence where students are also tutored for lives of purpose, service and leadership. The University’s 830 acre-campus is located overlooking Pacific Ocean in Malibu. Courses are taught in Malibu, at four graduate campuses Southern California, permanent programme facilities in Washington DC and at international campuses in Germany, England, Italy, Argentina and China. The University was established in 1937.