Brent White, vice provost of Global Affairs at University of Arizona.
Brent White, vice provost of Global Affairs at University of Arizona.

91springboard and the University of Arizona establish visionary partnership

This first-of-its kind alliance offers Indian students an incredible opportunity to get a fully accredited US degree from the university

The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA, and 91springboard, one of India’s pioneer co-working spaces, announced a strategic partnership to provide undergraduate and graduate courses to students and working professionals. This is an exemplary programme that is tailor-made for virtual learning at 91springboard office spaces across the country. Thus, enabling students  access to a safe and healthy learning environment without compromising on quality education and, without leaving the country.

Students can choose from over 40 undergraduate (four year) and 20 graduate (two year) courses in engineering, computer technology, humanities, business management, applied sciences and many more subjects. With an exclusive, substantial scholarship in place that provisions for transfer to the main campus at reduced fee, this is one of the most flexible and affordable ways to get a fully accredited US degree from a high ranking US university, without travelling abroad.

Speaking about the collaboration, V Shantakumar, senior strategy advisor, 91springboard, said, “We are delighted to partner with University of Arizona for a one-of-a-kind partnership where coworking meets co-learning to enrich the lives of students and offer relief to concerned parents who wish the best for their children. What's interesting about this partnership is the width of courses available and its unique format. Unlike other online courses where the lectures are pre-recorded, these courses are extremely interactive. Students can talk to their professors and peers one-on-one and get counselling and guidance.”

Anand Vemuri, CEO, 91springboard.

Anand Vemuri, CEO, 91springboard, added, “At 91springboard, we want to welcome learners and offer them a holistic ecosystem that provides learning and collaboration opportunities, access to a strong network and bespoke services like fast internet, healthy & safe workstation, meeting rooms to brainstorm and so much more.”

Brent White, vice provost of Global Affairs at University of Arizona, said, “As per US Open Doors Report, India sent more than 202,000 students to the US in 2018-19 for various levels of education, including undergraduate, graduate, non-degree and others. We understand that Indian students have a strong appetite for quality education and we would like to help them, given the current situation. At affordable fees, students can opt out of a range of courses without having to worry about other expenses like accommodation, food, travel, etc.”

With courses starting from approx. Rs 5,00,000 per year, students can register on to start or continue a US degree from the University of Arizona. Besides undergraduate, graduate and PhD courses, students can also choose flexible transfer credit programmes as well as customised degree path programmes. The courses will be available across 27 91springboard locations in Bengaluru, Delhi, Goa, Gurugram, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Noida from August 2020.



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