Tie-up with Chile Varsity


Tula’s Institute recently announced its global tie-up with Chile University, in an endeavour to encourage trans-national education.

The aim of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Chile University to enable students expand their knowledge horizon and get world-class exposure through this exchange programme. The aim of this tie-up is also to enable students participate in International Research Programs and create a better cross-cultural learning among the students from both the countries.

This newly signed MoU is believed to be one of its first kinds of initiatives between both the countries and will create better opportunities and learning values among the students, faculty members of India and Chile .

Announcing the tie-up, Silky Jain, Executive Director of Tula’s Institute said: “This development is indeed a proud moment for all of us at Tula’s. We are optimistic that this new staged development will play a vital role in enhancing the educational skills among students of both the countries.  We have always believed that learning strengthened with exposure leads to a better personality development of the students”.

On this day, Anita Nayar, Chile Ambassador for India also expressed her excitement saying, “The current education ecosystem surely needs players like Tula’s who are willing to undertake the student exchange programmes with so much dedication. Chile and India has a lot in common but are separated because of barriers like knowledge, geography etc and we surely need initiatives like this to bring the two worlds together as countries and as people”.



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