Global Education Elimination of Borders

JU News Desk
Published: January 2020
Vice-Chancellor Dr. N. Sundararajan

By learning distinct cultures, enhancing language abilities and creating a more cosmopolitan identity an individual can broaden the horizons and can be a strategy to enhance one’s career opportunities.

Globalisation, in the new millennium, has become a strategic dynamic force behind the fast social, political and economic changes that are reforming contemporary societies and is having a major effect on education. Being a multifaceted anomaly, which has an influence on all fields of life, globalisation has also made it simpler to travel, to purchase or consume goods or spend time for a brief period in nations other than where we were born. As the internationalisation of world economy remains relentless, there is also an equivalent development of educational globalisation.

As we see the aura of international higher education advancing from disagreement to consolidation, global education is viewed as one of the revolutionary developments in the education sector in the recent years. The altering demographics, the amplified wish for persistent knowledge and the evolution of information technology has augmented the requirement for higher education and professionally related courses.

Jain (Deemed-to-be University) focuses on delivering high-quality national and international instructional programmes and providing all students the chance to obtain effusive understanding in their subject area as well as overall academic abilities. We not only cultivate an international aspect that contributes to the quality of educational programmes but also create a comprehensive and safe study environment. We recruit students from all over the world and accept the fact that international classrooms lead to improved learning consequences, promote intercultural talents and construct international networks preparing both international and native students for living and working in a globalised world.

Studying on international waters is a way for learners to acquire global knowledge and grow both individually and professionally. By learning distinct cultures, enhancing language abilities and creating a more cosmopolitan identity, an individual can broaden the horizons and can be a strategy to enhance one’s career opportunities, particularly if it is not possible to obtain the necessary understanding and abilities in the home nation of the student.

Dr. N. Sundararajan
Vice Chancellor