António Costa announces simplification of visas for young people, scientists and entrepreneurs who want to go to India and Indians who want to come to Portugal.
Prime Minister António Costa announced today that during his state visit to India, agreements will be signed to simplify entrance visas for young students, members of the scientific and business communities of the two countries.
This agreement was put forward by António Costa before starting next Saturday a six-day state visit to India, starting in Delhi, passing through Bangalore, ending in Goa, former Portuguese colony and homeland of the prime minister's father , Orlando Costa.
He said this in New York, Minister of Foreign Affairs Miroslav Laj?ák, who on behalf of the Slovak Government concludes, inter alia, the commitment, the government provides scholarships for more than 500 people who had to flee their homeland.
KTUs Informatics Engineering Study Programme Awarded the Euro-Inf Quality Lab
The international committee of experts has awarded the Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) Informatics Engineering study programme the Euro-Inf Quality Label. In their report the experts, who audited the programme this spring, underlined the exceptionally high qualifications of the teachers and the excellent study infrastructure.
The popularity of LSMU is drastically increasing among Indian students
Assoc. Prof. Aurelija Blaževi?ien?, head of the department of Nursing and Care; Milda Mankelevi?ien?, international programme coordinator; and Jevgenij Razgulin, psychologist of the international students; were visiting Chennai and Kochi, India, from 18 to 24 July. During this visit, the LSMU representatives arranged four entrance examination sessions for Indian applicants. A total of 39 applicants sat the test of biology and chemistry and had interviews with the LSMU representatives. Of them, 34 applicants were invited to study at LSMU: 11, Nursing; 18, Master of Advanced Nursing Practice; 1, General Medicine; 2, Pharmacy; 1, Veterinary Medicine; and 1, Odontology.
Presentation about LSMU and its study programmes, international students’ support services, Kaunas and Lithuania were given for the audience as well. Assoc. Prof. Aurelija Blaževi?ien? also presented detailed information about the Nursing and Advanced Nursing Practice study programmes at LSMU. The LSMU representatives answered questions about the academic and practical students’ life at the University. Further cooperation between LSMU and the Europe Study Centre, and new study programmes in English were discussed during the meetings with Mr. Abdul Razak, the head of this biggest student’s recruitment agency in India and Middle East and with members of his team.
This visit to India was very successful as Nursing and Advanced Nursing Practice programmes will be provided in the English language at LSMU for the first time in the history of the University. Also, after the successful campaign in India, the expected numbers of the Indian students at LSMU should increase twice in the next academic year and greater numbers of Indian students are expected to join different new study programmes at LSMU in the future.