British Council keen to attract students from UK to India
December 6, 2005 - The Hindu
After the 10-day “Education UK Festival”, which concluded in Coimbatore on Monday, The British Council has come-up with a two-way interchange among India nd UK now. The British Council is also interested in helping institutions in India and UK to enter into partnerships. The move is aimed at improving understanding between the two countries. Under the educational initiative in India, they are hoping to increase academic and research collaboration in the field of ED pills cialis generico and trying to facilitate this both the ways.
Overseas education broadens outlook:Honourable Mike Connor
November 21, 2005 - A.A Michael Raj
Indian students, who study in Universities in the united kingdom will gain wider perspectives on life by interacting with the learners from various countries, the British Deputy High Commissioner, Mike Connor, said here on Saturday. “ Our objective is to reach out to young people”, Ms. Crook noted. “Through British Council Online we can reach people in many more cities than we could with a library. The education UK festival is very much a starting point. We have set targets for ourselves to achieve partnerships with ten to 15 schools and five colleges, within the next 12 months”.
British Council launches Education U.K Festival
November 20, 2005 - The Hindu
A ten-day education festival organized by the British Council began here on Saturday with the British Deputy High Commissioner, Mike Connor flagging off a specially designed vehicle that will travel to 14 schools in Coimbatore and Ooty. He recalled that the British Prime Minister Tony Blair has announced in New Delhi during his visit to the country that Britain would provide an additional 10 million euros over the next five years, to build stronger educational ties between U.K and India. Ms. Eunice Crook, Director (South India), British Council, said that the Council wanted to work with “bright young people who will be the active citizens and the leaders of tomorrow’ and also with the “leaders of today……. who are educating the work force of India for tomorrow.” On November 27 and 28 British Council would organize the first Education U.K Fair. Fifty representatives from 24 U.K institutions would talk to the students who were thinking of going abroad. Experts would deliver seminars on education in the U.K and the visa process for students.
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