LPU Students attending Student Exchange Program at Birmingham City University in England

Every year, Lovely Professional University sends its students to attend Student Exchange Programs in different foreign partner universities. This year, too, many of LPU students are undergoing such a program at Birmingham City University (BCU) in England. Presently, LPU students from management and engineering disciplines are learning through intensive workshops arranged by BCU in programs including international business, mechatronics and more. After the completion of this international exposure program, students will be awarded with certificates of BCU, and return to LPU Campus on 7th August 2015. LPU has 50+ international tie-ups with top universities from across the globe.
Birmingham City University is a vibrant, multicultural and professional university. Currently, there are students from 80+ countries. BCU has superb links with industry by laying focus on practical and vocational learning. UK's one of the leading universities- BCU trains students by  using applied teaching methods and forwards talented professionals to the relevant industries.

Some of the participating students at BCU are Harsh Jaswal (BBA- International Exposure), Megha Shyam Garlapati (B Tech ECE International Exposure), Navanita (Dip+B Tech+ M Tech Integrated Program), Krishna Prasad (B Tech ME International Exposure), Anshuman (B Tech ME International Exposure), and Anu Madaan (B Tech Lateral).

LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal informed: “LPU students are provided such an opportunity to get international exposure and experience by studying in a completely new environment. Moreover, students get a coveted chance to learn a lot of latest skills. Under these programs students attend workshops related to their program, and visit the industries to experience work-culture. Students also imbibe customs, culture and traditions of the country visited by enjoying fun-filled short trips and cultural programs. All of these efforts help students to have grooming to emerge as truly global citizens.

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