288 Universities in G20 Countries have Partnerships with O.P. Jindal Global University

  • The G20 Education Working Group focuses primarily on ensuring literacy and numeracy, digital technologies for human development

288 universities across the G20 countries have partnered with O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) with an aim of focus on fostering cooperation and facilitating knowledge exchange on a global scale.

The G20, comprises of the world’s foremost economic powers, as a means to tackle global issues and foster sustainable development. This has created unparalleled opportunities for the students and faculty of JGU to collaborate with world-class universities across G20 countries.

As India’s global university with over 10,000 students from 70+ plus countries and over 1,100 full-time faculty members from 50 plus countries, JGU has forged fruitful partnerships with reputed universities and higher education institutions within the G20 countries across all continents.

They include Universidad Torcuato Di Tella and Austral University in Argentina; the University of Cape Town and the University of South Africa in South Africa; University of Melbourne, University of New South Wales, Monash University, University of Sydney, University of Queensland in Australia; the Federal University of Pernambuco and Fundacao Getulio Vargas in Brazil; York University, University of British Columbia, University of Calgary and the University of Guelph in Canada; Tsinghua University and Peking University in China; Humboldt University Berlin and University of Hamburg, Goethe University Frankfurt in Germany; Airlangga University, Jenderal Soedirman University in Indonesia; University of Bologna, Sapienza University in Italy; Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Nambu University in South Korea; Mexico Autonomous Institute of Technology-ITAM, University of Guadalajara in Mexico; Saint Petersburg State University, Far Eastern Federal University, HSE University in Russia; King’s College London, University of Oxford, Queen Mary University of London, University of Edinburgh, University of Southampton, University of Birmingham in United Kingdom; Tokiwa University, Yamanashi Gakuin University in Japan; KOC University, Sabancı University in Turkey; Harvard University, Cornell University, University of Michigan, Indiana University, University of California-Davis, University of Southern California, Columbia University, University of Arizona, Seattle University, University of Virginia in the United States of America; Sciences Po, Catholic University of Lille in France and a number of other universities across the G20.

The G20 Education Working Group focuses primarily on ensuring literacy and numeracy, digital technologies for human development, education and the future of work and international education collaboration. Their educational policies place an emphasis on excellence, equality and global engagement.

JGU’s initiatives within G20 countries include student exchange programmes and research internship programmes that provides students with opportunities for field-specific research experience and academic engagements along with hosting scholars for research and students from G20 countries for the India Immersion Programmes in a diverse set of thematic areas. This is further supplemented with faculty-level collaborations for research publications, joint conferences and several similar academic endeavours in line with G20’s mission of promoting lifelong learning in technology, global collaboration, diversity, excellence and equality.

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