Aryans Delegation Visits Renowned Educational Institutions Of Singapore


Aryans Delegation with the members of National University of Singapore.

Singapore/Mohali, April 26, 2015: A delegation of Aryans Group of Colleges visited Singapore. The delegation has visited various Educational Institutions to work for the possibility of International Collaboration, Technical know-how, student and faculty exchange Programmes etc.
During weeklong stay, Aryans Delegation under the leadership of Chairman, Aryans Group, Dr Anshu Kataria has visited various Universities and Colleges of Singapore including MDIS (Management Development Institute of Singapore), NUS (National University of Singapore) and many other institutions also. The delegation also visited Asia's headquarter of AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate School of Business, USA.
During the meeting the delegation explored the feasibility to work closely in promoting education, exchanging ideas for the upliftment of higher education between each other.
Parthipan, Country Manager, Management Development Institute of Singapore; Prof Quah Cheng Guan Michael, Director, National University of Singapore; GOH Bee Lian, Senior Manager, Association to Advance Collegiate School of Businessextended their good wishes to the delegation and appreciated the step taken by the team. They further said that such educational collaborations help in promoting education at a global level, which will help in developing student’s knowledge, confidence and other skills.
It is to be mentioned that Aryans have already entered into a number of Tie-ups/Collaborations with Foreign Institutions/Companies. This year the college has signed MoU with many renowned colleges like Sprott Shaw College, Vancouver; University of Fraser Valley, British Columbia; Six Capital, Singapore; Loyalist College, Ontario; Pearson Education Services etc.
The college strives to provide a quality education for students to develop critical, analytical, and creative thinking, and to promote academic excellence at the national, regional and international levels.
Sunday, April 26, 2015