Globally, there are many educational institutions that offer excellent and affordable courses. Indian students dream of achieving an Internationally-Recognized course to pursue higher education, seeking specialized advancement, or scholars wanting to bring revolution in careers. There is a wide variety of universities offering internationally recognized degree in management, business, insurance and skill based courses along with the international business. The masses of such graduated students have increased to such a level that there has been a scarcity of jobs, forcing the students to opt for jobs which doesn’t consume their knowledge nor does it satisfy their thirst.
We live in an era of Technology—and businesses need ways to use the technologies through it all, to understand which information counts—and which ones doesn’t. Managing information’s is an evolving filed in Market which focuses on utilizing information to smoothen business insights that can be favorable for the company’s growth.
The technology industry is ever changing and this provides the platform for the students who are just starting their career or seeking advancement. There are around 15,000-plus B-schools in the world, of which roughly 4,000 are Indian, Though, less than 0.25% of Indian B-schools have acquired any of prominent international accreditation. Such institutes help to generate diversity of students and instructors. Such international accreditation gives an advantage of international recognition, prestige and exposure.
There are only few truly international accrediting universities; the recent one is Victoria University Victoria University (VU) is one of 39 public Australian universities, with campuses located in Melbourne and Sydney.VU has partnered with the Education Centre of Australia (ECA) to manage the delivery of higher education courses in India. Students who enroll in VU courses at the Ahmedabad Centre will graduate with a VU master’s degree and a postgraduate diploma from an Indian partner university.
Victoria University offer courses which would serve the growing demand of skills needed in the market.
Many potential scholars give up the idea of actually going abroad to study because they think it to be very costly. An internationally-recognized degree in their own country with affordable fees sounds like an opportunity that offers them the best of both worlds