Office of International Relations
Office of International Relations targets to achieve more collabrations with forgein universities, By signing MOU's with those universities with the help
of our International Relations Department. Our International Relations have good experience and we have signed with many universities benefitting
our students, faculties and research scholars. Our International Relations have been top notch in organising various programmes and activities with
foregin universities. International Relations helps in providing world class facilities and amenities at foreign university campus, Here are few listed
Admissions of international students are centralized for all the institutes of BHARATH (Deemed University) and routed through the BCIE. The procedure for applying for admissions at BCIE is designed taking into consideration the requirements and difficulties faced by international students. The online admission procedure has made it accessible to each and every student to apply from different parts of the world and in the comfort of their homes. The admission procedure is simplified in easy steps starting from the basic eligibility, checking of important documents to be submitted until the final payment, and confirming the admission. Through the system of online admissions, students are also able to make all their payments online and check the admission status online.
The Department looks after International Promotions of BIHER (Deemed University). BIHER is proud to announce that it has international students from different countries studying in its different institutes in campuses spread across various cities! However, realizing the growing importance of QUALITY education, BIHER has therefore developed a special department specifically to reach out to those who wish to attain a qualitative, competitive, enriching and a fulfilling educational degree. BIHER (Deemed University) has been actively participating in various educational fairs/events from across the globe. A few to name would be:
RUSSIA: ONE MONTH EDUCATIONAL FAIR.
International Initiatives and Collaborations
The Initiatives & Collaborations segment leads the university in forging partnerships with foreign institutions in matter relating to academic exchanges, such as signing memoranda of understanding to facilitate faculty and student exchanges, and promoting global advances in pedagogy and teaching-learning BIHER has partnered with Foreign Universities to promote various forms of academic programs and initiatives. With partners spread across the world, this initiatives department leads research, development, faculty and student exchanges, study in India and other bespoke programmes for the university.
English for International Students
ENGLISH is a widely spoken language and a dominant business language too, and it has become almost a necessity for people to speak English if they are to enter a global workforce. It is the official language in 53 countries and is spoken as a first language by around 400 million people worldwide. Learning a foreign language enhances cognitive and analytical abilities. Research from all over the world shows that cross-border business communication is most often conducted in English. As the primary language of business, it is important – no, imperative – to know how to speak English when talking to international colleagues or customers. Having English language skills increases the chances of getting a good job, whether in a multinational company or working abroad.
Students of different nationalities learn English as a full time foundation course.
English Courses offered:
- Certificate courses
- Diploma courses
- Summer courses
- IELTS, TOEFL, GRE, GSAT: Exam preparation
Summer Internship Report (June - July 2019)
Timelines : Start: 29-June 2019 - End: 30- July-2019
Project : A REPORT ON INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AT URAL FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, YEKATERINBURG, RUSSIA
- PHASE ONE: PREDEPARTURE PROGRAM
- PHASE TWO: THE STUDY TOUR
- PHASE THREE: POST-TOUR DEBRIEFING
Study Tour Framework
PHASE ONE: PREDEPARTURE PROGRAM The pre-departure program consists of meeting with the student participants and their parents to clarify the intentions of the tour and to inform participants of critical information. Areas that are covered include safety, responsibility, money/currency, appropriate clothing for cold climates, luggage, food, and cultural differences that the student will encounter. This information is important to relay, as there are some students who have never travelled overseas before and perhaps are not aware of certain things that others may see as obvious. Parents are invited to this event, as quite often they can be more anxious than the student involved. For many, this is the first time their son or daughter will be away from home. It is also important to have the parents feel involved.
PHASE TWO: THE STUDY TOUR This section outlines the issues, challenges, benefits and opportunities that a study tour can bring. The tour comprises a four-week mix of relevant industry visits and cultural experiences associated with the disciplines represented. As part of this four-week trip a one-week university based project is completed by each student adding academic rigour to his or her tour experience. The study tour operated on the principle that all the nine students had individual facilitators who mentored them during their stay at the Ural Federal University. The students were exposed to various nuances in their relative field and grabbed every opportunity to excel by demonstrating meticulous performance.
PHASE THREE: POST-TOUR DEBRIEFING The post-tour exhibition also acts as a successful promotional tool for future study tours as new cohorts have the opportunity to see the outcomes of the returning study tour students, giving them a clear understanding of what can be expected if they embark on the tour.
Summer Internship Russia Program