MoU with International Universities

SI.No Name of the International Universities Year of Sign Outcome of MoU
1All Nations University College, Ghana16th September 2008Exchange of Teaching and Research Personnal. Development of Shared Research Activities. Exploration of Collabaration at course level.
2Association Leronard de Vinci, France.11th March 2013Exchange of Teaching staff & Students. Reciprocol Visits. Joint Academic Conferences.
3East Asia Insitute of Management, Singapore.7th August 2006Requirements and Ensuring the Joint Programme. Service and students Wellfare and Safty. Minimum Entry Requirements spelt out in Clause VI.
4The University of Northampton, U.K.26th April 2006Exchange of Teaching and Research Personnal. Development of Shared Research Activities. Exchange of Students.
5Thomas Watson School of Engg., USA.21st January 2008Joint Research programs between the faculties of both. Upgrading the teaching and research skills of the faculty of BIST.
6Western Michigan University, US.7th August 2006Exploration of Collabaration at course level. Development of Shared Research Activities. Any other activities of Mutual interest.
7Humboldt State University, US.2nd June 2014Development of Joint Scientific or technological research projects. Development of Courses and academic programes. Students Exchange.
8Alfred State College, US.1st January 2014The Planning and implementattion of each exchange program. Exchange of Students. Other academic programs to which the parties agree.
9Tiffin University, US.28th January 2014The Planning and implementattion of each exchange program. Exchange of Students. Other academic programs to which the parties agree.
10University of Chaleston, United States.27th January 2014The Planning and implementattion of each exchange program. Exchange of Students. Other academic programs to which the parties agree.
11Western New England University, United States.1st April 2014The Planning and implementattion of each exchange program. Exchange of Students. Other academic programs to which the parties agree.
12Northern Arizona University, United States.16th September 2015BU sundergraduates students may enroll at NAU. Academic credits and advising issues. Academic and disciplinary regulations.
13Terra College University at Albany, United States.5th February 2014The Planning and implementattion of each exchange program. Exchange of Students. Other academic programs to which the parties agree.
14Lipscomb University, United States.16th Sep 2015The Planning and implementattion of each exchange program. Exchange of Students. Other academic programs to which the parties agree.
15STEi Institute Pte. Ltd., Singapore.28th August 2015BU students enroll into education programmes offered by STEi. The requirement of english language for STEi course shall meet internationally acceptable english standard.
16Dowling College Manhanttan, New York.6th October 2015Exchange of Students Student Abroad Program. Jointly propose innovative degree / diploma programs.
17Indo British FRCR Group, United Kingdom.22nd May 2015Sharing the expertise and experience effectivly as feasible and appropriate for collabaration between the parties and the area of Reasearch.
18Senac, Brazil.8th March 2015The areas of studies to be used in projects by the students and the Professors of both Institution. Exchange of Projects & knowledge.
19EBC Hochschule Uiversity, Berlin.24th April 2014Exchange of Staff & Research Activities. Other academic programs to which the parties agree.
20Weill Cornell Medical College Of Cornell University, USA.23rd Febuary 2014Goals of Internationalization and exchange of knowledge. Academic and administrative staff exchanges. Staff and students visits.
21Buena vista University, Lowa2nd March 2014Exchange of Students Academic exchange program.
22California State University, Monterey Bay.12th April 2014Study Abroad or Visiting Students Funding resource obligation to the students.