EU has always been one of the most sought after foreign education destinations for the Indian students. Now with a new agreement on the way, the students can expect a much easier passage to the well known EU universities. The European Union is excited about improving participation with Indian colleges and inviting more students to tap the assets accessible abroad, Cesare Onestini, representative head of EU assignment to India, said here on Monday.
"India has best of students, however is yet to make best of organizations remembering its populace size, then again EU nations have best of varsities yet not best of students.
"There is wealth of assets and financing opportunities accessible for the Indian students enthused about examining there however the quantity of individuals who approach to have a presentation of these open doors is extremely disillusioning," Onestini said here.
The pastor and agent leader of the mission, EU Delegation to India and Bhutan, was tending to agents from varsities crosswise over Delhi amid a workshop on cooperative connections in the middle of Indian and EU Universities at the between institutional level.
The EU designation to India in relationship with the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) is sorting out a progression of workshops in India for higher instructive establishments to examine cooperation opportunities in EU-financed programs.
While the first workshop was sorted out in the national capital, the staying two will be in Pune and Chennai amid this week.
"Participation between colleges will backing India's drive to be at the cutting edge of overall improvements, guarantee that Indian and European capabilities are similarly perceived and esteemed," said Brian Toll, senior approach counsel, International Cooperation in Education and Youth, EU.
Worries about the variations in the credit exchange framework in the middle of India and EU countries for few projects were additionally raised amid the workshop.
"EU has a credit exchange framework on the lines of that in India. However, for example, for a Master's degree course, EU has a length of time of one year, so Indian students are uneasy about the adequacy of the degree in India.
"We have raised these worries with the HRD service also and the capability acknowledgment issue is being pondered upon," said Furqan Qamar, secretary general, Association of Indian Universities.