Amity University and University of the Fraser Valley sign agreement to create new international opportunities
As part of MoU, AU and UFV will collaborate jointly on various Projects
Students and faculty can look forward to increased opportunities in North America as Amity University (AU) signed a new partnership, with University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) one of Canada’s best universities. As part of MoU, AU and UFV will collaborate jointly on various Projects like student exchange programs, joint research opportunities, internship programs, and more.
Prof. Dr. Gurinder Singh, Group Vice Chancellor, Amity Universities said “We are delighted to announce our strategic alliance with University of Fraser Valley, Canada towards creating global academic & professional opportunities, broadening Indian footprints internationally”. The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) and Amity University creates a framework for future cooperation between the two institutions.
Dr. Joanne MacLean, President and Vice-Chancellor, UFV said “I’m pleased for UFV to have a formalized partnership with Amity University”. Partnerships with institutions who share our commitment to excellence are vital as we strive to provide diverse pathways of scholarship for our students, leading to community connection locally and beyond. UFV is a Canadian public university with campuses located in the Province of British Columbia. The institution is recognized internationally for student success, earning five-stars from QS University Rankings in the categories of teaching and employability.
Mr. David McGuire, Associate Vice-President, UFV International said "we are excited to be partnering with a university that has a reputation for student success and research excellence". Amity University's international reach and wide footprint across India has the potential to create many exciting opportunities for both the UFV and Amity community. The agreement is intended to promote opportunities of common interest. Administrators at both institutions are now working together to explore opportunities for academic collaboration and intercultural understanding. The international learning opportunities that may arise from this partnership are wide-ranging said Mr. McGuire.