Adamas University Forges Global Academic Ties with HELP University, Malaysia

In a significant stride towards fostering international collaboration and academic excellence, Adamas University has officially entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with HELP University, Malaysia. This groundbreaking alliance is poised to open new avenues for transformative educational initiatives and further strengthen the ties between the two institutions.

The MOU signing ceremony took place after a constructive meeting between Prof. (Dr.) Shauli Mukherjee, Professor and Dean of the School of Education and Dean of International Relations, along with Mr. Saumya Subhra Roy, Director of University Operations from Adamas University, and Prof. (Dr.) Liew Teik Kooi, Vice Chancellor, and Dr. Stephen Wu Ghee Kean, Pro Vice Chancellor of HELP University, Malaysia.

The collaborative effort seeks to explore and implement a range of initiatives that will benefit students, faculty, and researchers from both institutions. The discussions during the meeting were characterized by a shared commitment to advancing global education and creating an environment conducive to academic innovation.

The MOU signing signifies the beginning of a dynamic partnership that is expected to encompass a wide range of collaborative activities, including student exchange programs, joint research initiatives, faculty development programs, and the sharing of academic resources. Both Adamas University and HELP University are committed to nurturing a global perspective in education and creating a conducive environment for students to excel on an international stage.

As the collaborative efforts unfold, the educational landscape stands to benefit from the shared expertise and cultural diversity that this partnership brings. Adamas University continues to lead the way in shaping the future of global education, and the collaboration with HELP University, Malaysia, reaffirms its commitment to fostering excellence, innovation, and international collaboration in higher education.