International Colleges of the Year - 2020
In a couple of decades, the trends pertaining to education, schooling and pursuing an academic career has drastically changed. From the involvement of technology and integration of online-tech in academics to opting for unique courses and flying high to chase the career path in foreign universities, things are not as it was few years back. It's a fact that the number of students enrolled in universities and higher education institutions outside their countries of citizenship has risen dramatically. Gaining international experience has become a top priority for school-leavers. Over the past few years, India has taken several steps in this direction. Indian Education system is revamping itself, and various institutes have, or, are revamping their curriculum. The government has also...
|Company Logo||Company Name||Company Management||Company Description|
|Chubu University||Yuji Iwahori, Professor||With the motto 'Acta, not Verba' (Actions, not Words), Chubu University was founded as the Chubu Institute of Technology in 1964, but its institutional history begins with the establishment of Nagoya Daichi High School in 1938, in 1984, it was renamed as Chubu University.|
|FIGS Education||Bénédicte FAVRE, Director for International Development||Striving to nurture the inspired learners of tomorrow.|
|Harrisburg University||Eric D. Darr, Ph.D., President||The institute has nearly 7000 students from 110 countries and is perceived as one of the most diverse student bodies among private colleges.|
|Jacobs University||Prof. Thomas Auf der Heyde, PhD||Perceived as a place of inspiration, the university is a place to obtain the qualification to work on responsible tasks in a digitalized and has the highest standards in research and teaching following an interdisciplinary concept.|
|Seneca||David Agnew, President||With a campus spread across the Greater Toronto Area, the college offers the advantage of partnerships with industry leaders, hands-on computer technology apart from the privilege of choosing from full-time, part-time and continuing education options.|