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Flame University, known for providing liberal education in India, has announced a strategic tie-up with the third largest University of Canada – York University. York’s Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies (LA&PS) is the largest liberal arts Faculty in the country. The joint association of the two universities will be focused on student exchange, joint programmes, research and curriculum development. Ten of Flame University students have already spent a semester at York University and students from York University are expected to participate in Flame University’s Discover India Programme beginning July 2018.

Dr Devi Singh, VC, Flame University, said: “We are privileged to associate with York University. The endeavour is to constantly redefine education through its integrated interdisciplinary approach in developing students to be future global leaders. It showcases our commitment to enhance the liberal arts culture at Flame University through these exchange programmes. It’s a tremendous value-added opportunity for our students.”

Apart from York University, FLAME University has strategic relationships with renowned institutes like Wellesley College, Yale University, Nuffield College – University of Oxford, Babson Collaborative, Kelley School of Business – Indiana University Bloomington, etc.

 
 
 
 
 

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