LJMU announces art and design partnership in India



Joe Yates in India

ISDC, the international provider for British Education and Skills and Liverpool John Moores University have announced a collaborative partnership for design-related degree courses.

ISDC’s creative education division the International School of Creative Arts, is offering undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Communication Design validated by LJMU.

The partnership was launched at Bangalore in the presence of Dr Ashwath Narayan, Minister for Higher Education & Skills, Government of Karnataka and Professor Joe Yates, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Faculty of Arts, Professional and Social Studies at LJMU.

Dr Narayan said: “The National Education Policy 2020 has created a conducive environment for internationalisation of education, opening the doors for institutions around the globe. I congratulate both ISDC and Liverpool John Moores University for the partnership, which will provide excellent opportunities for students interested in a career in art and design.”

Student visits to India

Tom Joseph, Executive Director for Strategy and Development at ISDC, said: “We are pleased to expand operations in India with LJMU for in the context of ambitious projects like Bangalore Design District and Bangalore Design Festival.”

The partnership covers many aspects, including LJMU students coming to India and pursuing a part of their courses with our partner universities in India.

Professor Joe Yates said: “This partnership provides the opportunity for young people to experience the excellent teaching and learning environment that both ISDC and LJMU have to offer.

“These collaborations contribute to both the UK and Indian economies and provide wider benefits to students, staff at both institutions”.

For more information, please contact Steve Waterworth, Head of international Partnership s.d.waterworth@ljmu.ac.uk

 

 



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