This exploratory programme is a non-credit engagement and constitutes of 3 mentioned benefits
Exploratory Summer / Winter Schools
A summer/winter school is a form of education provided by MIT-WPU together with international partner university during the 3rd year of the student’s academic cycle.
The university also engages its students from specific schools and provisions their travel to international host universities for an immersion programme also called Summer/Winter School (depending on the time of the year) for the duration of 2-3 weeks. MIT-WPU offers this international exposure to all the students in the form of 2–3-week academic engagement, international expo, international conferences, or cultural fests.
The student exchange programme will provide global exposure to students to learn and interact with myriad of cultures.
Studying abroad will allow students to experience different cultures and perspectives that includes meeting new people. Students get exposure to step out of their comfort zone and challenge unfamiliar situations. MIT-WPU’s Student Exchange Programmes enable students to study abroad at one of our international partner institutions/universities.
MIT-WPU ensures to provide enriching experience and global exposure to students for at least two weeks without compromising on their academics. MIT-WPU is very keen on delivering this experience to its students through their partner institutions/universities across the globe.
MIT-WPU’s Semester Abroad Programme is a long-duration programme offered by MIT World Peace University.
In this programme students go to foreign institutions/universities for one or two consecutive semesters with respect to their specialisation with the appropriate credit mapping and exchange of academics.
Students get exposure through semester abroad programme that includes visiting new places, experiencing new cultures, and making new friends around the world. This programme will allow the students to gain an international experience and develop highly valued skills such as intercultural communication, foreign languages, getting exposed to new cultures, critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.
To enhance students’ academic experience, MIT-WPU is introducing dual degree programme for its students. The university is collaborating with international universities on articulating programmes like 2+2, 3+1, 1+1 under dual degree programmes.
Students complete their initial academic year at MIT-WPU and get an opportunity to study in another international university for completing their bachelor’s or master’s degree. In this format students receive degrees from both the universities that widens the scope of their career roadmap. This helps the students with the opportunity to study in both universities and augment their knowledge within their specialised domain.
Through these programmes, the student will complete his/her initial academic year i.e., 2 or 3 or 1 year at MIT-WPU campus and get an opportunity to get transferred to another International University for completing his/her bachelor’s or master’s.
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