RAGC offers first of its kind international degree in India under collaboration with University of Wolverhampton.
University of Wolverhampton has been providing quality education for the past 180 years in the United Kingdom and has and this collaboration is one of the first of its kind in India.
The programs will be offered in our Dahanu campus giving students opportunity to study international program locally.
Students enrolled in this program get a Macbook Air laptops for learning and research purposes also included in this course is a International study tour for the students to gain global exposure with a international degree.
“It’s a proud moment for us to collaborate with a brand like Rustomjee for offering international degree programs here in India, with a partner which shares same values and vision towards education and skills as we do. RAGC has been a leading vocational education provider in India, and is a perfect match for us to increase our global presence. Students passing out of RAGC under International degree program would be getting same degree as our UK campus students. Students and faculties will have access to all the academic resources that a student/faculty in UK campus does, to ensure that the quality of the program is maintained. In addition there would be a continuous faculty visits from university of Wolverhampton to ensure that the students get the best of the skill sets that are offered globally.”
The Collaboration between the University of Wolverhampton and RAGC would benefit all those students who wish to enroll for international degree programs but are unable to do so due to socio-economic restrictions along with those students who require top-up program for their Higher National Diplomas. UOW are commencing with the programs in Mumbai (Dahanu Campus). Such a partnership allows RAGC to deliver international curriculum locally enabling them to cater to global industry requirements and set standards for quality education programs in India, thereby increasing the acceptability of Indian students worldwide.
This collaboration between RAGC and University of Wolverhampton is one of the first in India for Engineering programs giving access to local community for global education, thereby giving them opportunities to compete worldwide.
Students passing out of RAGC under UOW International degree program would be getting same degree as UK campus students. Students and faculties will have access to all the academic resources that a student/faculty in UK campus does, to ensure that the quality of the program is maintained. In addition there would be a continuous faculty visits from university of Wolverhampton to ensure that the students get the best of the skill sets that are offered globally. Allowing students to pursue international program at an affordable cost without compromising on the quality.