TRU signs MOU with Indian university

By Greg Fry
November 30, 2017 - 3:16pm

KAMLOOPS — A new memorandum of understanding has paved the way for more students from India to study in Kamloops.

The MOU was signed by Thompson Rivers University and the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab University, a technical school in India.

"Under the agreement, credits earned by students from Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University can be transferred to TRU's Bachelor of Computer Science or to a Bachelor of Technology programs," reads a TRU news release. "Students will study for two years in India, then transfer to TRU in Kamloops to complete their degrees. Those who finish up their degrees in two years at TRU are then eligible for a three-year work permit in Canada."

The MOU was signed today in India.

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