SDGs 4: Crown University Intl. Signs MoU With Mother Teresa Women’s University (Government University)

Crown University Int’l Chartered Inc., has signed an MoU with the Mother Teresa Women’s University (Government University) on the 6th July 2020 towards the promotion of credit Transfer, Reciprocal Arrangement training, and research at all level of studies.

The Vice-Chancellor, Crown University Intl. Chartered Inc., a
UNESCO Laureate, Professor Sir Bashiru Aremu during the signing ceremony applauded the apex management of Mother Teresa Women’s University, stating that the university’s total commitment to ensuring an enhanced sophistication in education all around the world is noted and worthy of commendation.

The UNESCO Laureate Prof. Sir Bashiru Aremu (World Acclaimed Distinguished Professor Emeritus ratified by UNESCO top up by UNN Nigeria CSER Malaysia MPRH Institute Iran WCU USA ICERE Argentina South America and others worldwide) made this known in a press statement made available to newsmen today.

Prof. Bashiru Aremu who also noted that the objectives of the Memorandum of Understanding which was signed by both reputable tertiary Institutions on Credit Transfer, Reciprocal Arrangement Training and Research at all level of studies is aimed at partnership.

Professor Aremu while articulating the conditions for the partnership, said that the areas In the context of the Memorandum of Understanding, the word “Partnership” shall apply to all activities arranged and carried out by common agreement between the Crown University Intl. Chartered Inc. And the Mother Teresa Women’s University (Government University) for the mutual benefit of both parties.

“The partnership shall include the following aspects, training for capacity building in identified areas of special need such as: Humanities, Arts, Technologies, Engineering, Medicine and Health Sciences, Pure and Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, and Management Sciences, and other related courses as well”.

Earlier, the UNESCO Laureate stated that there shall be reciprocal/dual certifications and top-up degree arrangements between the Mother Teresa Women’s University (Government University) on undergraduate and graduate programs on a credit transfer-based criterion established by the Mother Teresa Women’s University (Government University).
“The exchange of staff and students for training and research or other assignments as the case may be; The joint organization of research projects, seminars, workshop, international conference, and colloquia and other training sessions likely to strengthen both Universities.

“Students from Crown University Intl. Chartered Inc. Must meet all other admission and transfer criteria documented in the then-current Mother Teresa Women’s University (Government University) catalog.
Developing mutual consultancy and support activities for the advancement of teaching and research; ‘The use of laboratories, classroom space, and other research facilities”.

“All Crown University Intl Chartered Inc. students who are studying in the areas of Humanities, Arts, Technologies, Engineering, Medicine and Health Sciences, Pure and Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and Management Sciences and other related courses as well complete their programs at the Mother Teresa Women’s University (Government University), shall receive a degree as a dual degree or top-up degrees based on the articulation agreement established between both parties. Development of curriculum, manuals, and other documents for; improving and streamlining procedures and practices and the same thing applied to the Mother Teresa Women’s University (Government University) depends on available courses and the choice of the students of the parties. Establishing further forms of cooperation in all fields of studies for mutual interest”, he added.

Professor Aremu noted that the series of obligations entailed in the MoU for both institutions included amongst others are:
“Both Universities shall therefore undertake to Pursue regular exchange of their respective practices and methods in training and research and other fields of common interest; Intensify discussion between their staffs to look for solutions to the problems of either or both parties; Deploy all necessary efforts to ensure funding of activities from the partnership. Concerning the implementations of the objectives of the signed MoU, he pointed out that Financial resources and materials shall be provided by both parties to look for solutions to its problems or to train its staff”.

“We, the two parties agreed to organize annual consultative meetings using appropriate technology to aim at appraising the implementation of this partnership, monitoring activities being carried out, and at planning future activities. “Extraordinary meetings may be convened at the initiative of one of the parties to treat issues that need urgent solutions. Crown University Intl Chartered Inc. Shall pay any tuition charged by the Mother Teresa Women’s University (Government University) per student for all applicable Degrees. Transfer students must submit their Transcripts from former Institutions to the Mother Teresa Women’s University (Government University)”.

“We concluded the present Cooperation Agreement with the purpose of cooperation established in the field of education and science, regulation of academic collaboration, joint research and exchange programmes”, he disclosed.

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