Another New Zealand university, following in the footsteps of the University of Canterbury and the University of Otago, is close to concluding a deal with Mumbai’s Bombay Stock Exchange Institute, a division of the Bombay Stock Exchange. Through this partnership, Indian students would be able to enhance their educational opportunities in New Zealand.
With the arrival of COVID-19, these joint initiatives were adversely ruined, resulting in a noticeable decline in the number of overseas students. The educational institutions, on the other hand, sought out original solutions to the problem. Additionally, the struggling universities and tertiary institutions received significant financial support from the New Zealand government.
Hurdles Faced By Education Industry
The education industry faced tough hurdles as a result of the pandemic. However, the perseverance of the teachers and the government’s supportive stance demonstrate the industry’s toughness, Gopal continued.
Through these partnerships, New Zealanders have also shown an interest in studying topics like wellness, Ayurveda, and yoga in India. They have pointed to the possibility of a two-way educational exchange between the two nations.
Educational institutions all around the world are becoming more aware of the need for resource sharing and mutual progress as they adjust to changing conditions. This attitude of cooperation and flexibility will keep pushing the global education sector to new heights.