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Types of Collaboration

Unidemy Global believes in the age old of saying “horses for courses”: a one-size fits all never works, especially in today’s dynamic and ever expanding education industry. Hence we too provide a customized collaboration experience to our partners.

Here are some of our collaboration types:

  • Dual Degree Programs
  • Certificate Programs
  • Corporate Education Programs
  • Twinning or Transfer Programs
  • Distance Education Programs
  • Blended Learning Programs
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  • Dual Degree Programs:- The on-campus programs to be offered in schools by Foreign Universities in collaboration with local institutions would be Graduate and Post-Graduate degree programs. The duration of Graduate degree programs would be three to four years while Post Graduate degree programs would be two years. Students will receive degrees of the Foreign Universities after successful completion of the programs in India. The Foreign Universities and the local institutions will administer the degree programs jointly. The local institutions collaborating with the Foreign Universities will have access to the world-class facilities such as modern classrooms, state-of-the-art laboratories, audiovisual centers, computerized libraries, video conferencing halls, software development centers, and administrative blocks. In collaborative Graduate programs, students who complete 12 (10+2) years of formal education will be eligible for admission. Students with Graduate degrees (10+2+4) or (10+2+3+1) will be eligible for admission to collaborative Post-Graduate programs.
  • Certificate Programs:- There has been a remarkable growth in the numbers and kinds of certificate programs that are sought by students and working professionals throughout India. Certificate programs include corporate training programs, executive development programs, and management development programs. Certificate programs that consist of for-credit courses are of particular interest, because credits carry over to degree and diploma programs in Foreign Universities. Graduate and Post-Graduate certificate programs are sought after in virtually every discipline, including in business, education, health sciences, information technology, humanities, and the arts. Certificate programs are of interest because of their short duration. Students who take up certificate programs offered by Foreign Universities may be interested in transferring to the Foreign Universities and complete the remainder of credits in residence for earning a degree or diploma. Certificate programs usually comprise of five or six courses, and students earn a maximum of 18 to 24 credits. Certificate programs may be of two-semester duration (one year), though a few select programs of one semester duration may also be offered. In addition to their existing certificate programs, Foreign Universities may suitably tailor their Graduate and Post-Graduate degree or diploma programs and offer them as certificate programs in the respective countries. Students completing the certificate programs offered through local institutions will be given certificates by Foreign Universities.
  • Corporate Education Programs:- Foreign Universities can serve as Sponsors to companies and organizations in India and in other countries. Foreign Universities can draw on their resources as world renowned universities to understand organizational needs, offer expert consultation, and develop custom educational programs which would be primarily delivered by local instructors who are experts in their fields. Foreign Universities' reputation as valuable Sponsors and resources, and the breadth of their programs could enable them to build an impressive roster of clients and facilitate the growth of leading corporations, public agencies, and non-profit organizations. There are Graduate certificate programs wherein students who have completed 12th standard will be eligible for admission. There are also Post-Graduate certificate programs wherein students who have completed Graduate degree or equivalent diploma program in any field of study will be eligible for admission. Students who complete the certificate programs in India or in any other country will be eligible to seek admission to Graduate and Post-Graduate degree and diploma programs in Foreign Universities. Relevant tests such as IELTS, TOEFL and SAT / GMAT / GRE will be required for admission. The number of credits waived for such students will be at the discretion of Foreign Universities based on individual student’s academic background.
  • Twinning or Transfer Programs:- Twinning / Transfer programs allow Indian Institutions to offer Graduate and Post-Graduate programs which will have their regular curricula. The existing curricula may be supplemented by additional curricula of the Foreign Universities if desired by Indian Institutions. Through Twinning / Transfer programs, Indian students will be able to earn several Credits during the course of their normal study in Indian Institutions. Students will have the opportunity either to complete their studies in India or to transfer their Credits to the Foreign Universities at any time after completing at least one year of their studies in Indian Institutions. Students who opt for transfer can then finish their Degree programs by completing the remainder of Credits in-residence at the Foreign Universities.
  • Distance Education Programs:- Distance education is an emerging global phenomenon that promises to alter fundamentally the nature of traditional education and training. Post the pandemic, the increasingly pervasive nature of the Net and the Web, and the collaborative infrastructure provided by net centric computing have accentuated the growth of distance education. We provide collaborative Distance Education Programs from top Universities all over the world that will not only be pocket friendly but also less time consuming, while giving the students the required accreditation.
  • Blended Learning Programs:- Blended Learning is the process of incorporating many different learning styles that can be accomplished through the use of 'blended' virtual and physical resources. The instructor can also combine two or more methods of delivery of instruction. A typical example of the delivery method of blended learning would be a combination of technology-based materials and face-to-face sessions used together to present content. An instructor can begin a course with a well-structured introductory lesson in the classroom, and then proceed to follow-up materials online. Blended Learning can also be applied to the integration of e-learning with a Learning Management System using computers in a physical classroom, along with face-to-face instruction. Now Foreign Universities are in a position to offer "Blended Learning" programs in India through Indian institutions by combining a vigorous classroom experience, along with comprehensive online learning. Some of the benefits are:
    • Blended learning won’t interfere with student's current job
    • Student will cut down on commuting time and costs – save money on petrol and parking
    • Student can meet and connect with classmates online and in person
    • Student can enjoy learning in a hands-on environment
    • Taking classes at an Indian institution closest to student's work or home means more convenience and flexibility.