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Delhi University Initiates Collaborative Degree and Research Programs with International Universities

Delhi University (DU) is set to launch collaborative degree programs, dual degree initiatives, and joint research projects, which will extend their benefits to international universities as well, according to Vice Chancellor Yogesh Singh. This announcement came following a visit by representatives from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark, who engaged in discussions with DU on topics such as climate change and other related matters, as per a statement from DU.

During their visit, the delegation from the University of Copenhagen interacted with the deans and heads of various departments, including those specializing in climate change, environmental and sustainability studies, health and life sciences, basic sciences, food and agriculture, dairy and veterinary sciences, as well as economic law and humanities.

Vice Chancellor Yogesh Singh emphasized the longstanding and historic relations between India and Denmark, expressing pride in DU’s partnership with the University of Copenhagen, recognized as the world’s oldest university. He further stated that DU would initiate joint degree programs, dual degree offerings, and collaborative research endeavours that would mutually benefit international educational institutions.

Henrik Wegener, the Rector and Chancellor of the University of Copenhagen, highlighted their extensive history of collaboration with India and expressed delight in the joint meeting with the esteemed institution, the University of Delhi.

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Chattar Singh
6 months ago

Very good initiative by DU, ahead of JNU now