An article by Samir Amini – The Times Of India I would like to congratulate the university administration for opening their doors to international students, and for offering a comprehensive programme of study abroad.
I have spent almost four years as an International student and I was inspired by their success in creating a campus that is as comfortable and accessible as possible.
But my personal experience as an international student has taught me that I have to be mindful of how I spend my time during my studies, and this will be a key focus of my research and work.
I will focus on my experiences in terms of the internationalisation of my work, and will be working closely with the International Students’ Association (ISA) and the University to achieve this goal.
The aim of my study abroad programme is to develop myself as a student and to prepare me to serve in various capacities in the global economy, in a dynamic society.
The Institute for the Study of International Relations (ISIR) has already established a student centre and I am hopeful that they will take this up as well.
ISIR has also established a programme of exchange programmes with universities.
The ISIR student centre has a number of activities for international students.
In this programme, students from around the world will be able to learn from one another in a friendly environment and exchange ideas, experience and ideas about a wide range of topics.
I am also working on my PhD thesis on internationalisation.
The institute’s international students and staff have been instrumental in providing me with valuable insights into their respective institutions and academic disciplines.
This programme will serve as a valuable resource for the international students who will come to study here.
International students, if you are considering studying abroad, should take into account these considerations before choosing a university.