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Embassy of India announces Master Degree programs for Afghan students

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Embassy of India announces Master Degree programs for Afghan students

The Embassy of India, Kabul announces the unique Masters Degree program in foreign affairs (M.A. Diplomacy, Law and Business DLB) offered by O.P Jindal Global University (JGU).

JGU is a non-profit global university. The vision of JGU is to promote global courses, global programs, global curriculum, global research, global collaborations, and global interaction through a global faculty.

The M.A. DLB is the first of its kind in Asia, as it combines knowledge from the interrelated disciplines of International Relations, International Law and International Business Studies. It develops strong analytical skills about the interactions among states, legal regulatory frameworks and markets.

Afghan students who might join the program will benefit immensely as it helps build scenario planning and situation analysis skills, especially regarding the interconnectedness of global capital movements and the covariance of political events and market trends

JGU offers this MA program with 50 percent tuition scholarships to all Afghan applicants and 100 percent tuition scholarship to Afghan women applicants. For more information on this scholarship scheme: http://www.business-standard.com/article/news-ians/indian-university-offers-scholarships-to-afghan-students-114121500659_1.html

The Embassy of India, Kabul request the interested students who have completed Bachelors level education must go online to submit applications at http://www.admissions.jgu.edu.in/jsiaadmissions/Applications are currently being accepted on a rolling basis until 30 July 2015. For further information, please contact Dr. Sreeram Chaulia, Professor & Dean, Jindal School of International Affairs. Mail ID: schaulia@jgu.edu.in.

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  1. kamal
    kamal 30 July, 2015, 08:17

    iam graduated from civil engineering khursan university jalalabad afghanistan
    now iwant to get the MBA degre in india

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