US varsities eye India to open study centres
Minerva regional manager Shu Cao Mo said that they are offering contract classes in 110 countries.
Hyderabad: While the number of Indian students opting to study in the US is on the rise, prominent American universities and institutes are planning to establish its study centres in India, especially in Hyderabad. These centres would be set up in cooperation with local varsities for those students who can’t afford to study in US colleges.
Mr Bradden Blair, director of IS Programmes of U-David Eccles School of Business, said they would launch study centres in India for holding contract classes. “We are also offering one year masters programme and four-year bachelors programme through online for Indian and international students those who can’t afford the cost of living in the US,” he said.
Minerva regional manager Shu Cao Mo said that they are offering contract classes in 110 countries. “At present we are holding contract classes in Hitech City for the students from Hyderabad. Very soon, we come up with our campus in Hyderabad,” she said. Mr. Denis Couturier, assistant director of UCLA Extension, said that so far they are offering 50 certificate programmes with duration of nine months through online for Indian students.