Ludhiana, May 31, 2022: CT University has signed an international Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with University of North Alabama, USA to provide bachelor and master degree studies at University of North Alabama through 2+2 and 1+1 program models. This MoU got exchanged between University of North Alabama’s Official India Representative, Rajan and Dr. Harsh Sadawarti, Vice-Chancellor, CT University.
Therefore, it is a great news that now students of CT University will study half of their course from CTU campus and the other half from the University of North Alabama, USA. Students will not have to take any TOFEL/IELTS test or GRE/GMAT etc. In this case students will be selected on the basis of the marks obtained in the studies conducted here. In addition, students will be offered housing scholarship while studying in the United States, so students only will pay for fees and meals. University of North Alabama also offers CTU students academic scholarship of $8000 of being Partner University and it will be continued depending upon the student’s performance in the consecutive years at University of North Alabama.
The collaboration is aimed to explore other international cooperation initiatives of mutual interest to further enhance educational excellence and opportunities at both universities.
Rajan, Official Representative, University of North Alabama said, “We are delighted that through CT University we are paving the way for students to pursue higher education in the United States. In this way students will also avoid money laundering and by doing half study here it will be clear what their real goal is.”
CTU Vice-Chancellor Dr. Harsh Sadawarti expressed the gratitude towards University of North Alabama that they are going to provide best opportunities to the students of CTU. On this occasion Registrar, CTU, Sarabpreet Singh and Deputy Dean Academic, CTU Dr. Umesh Garg were present there.