23 RAGC students graduate in the United Kingdom

Wolverhampton

2nd batch of International Degree students from Rustomjee Academy for Global  Careers attended their convocation ceremony at the University of Wolverhampton campus in the United Kingdom. 23 students from International Hospitality Management and Automotive Engineering received their degree. Students met The Right Honourable The Lord Paul of Marylebone, PC who commended students and offered a few words of advice.

The Rt Hon the Lord Paul of Marylebone, PC, said: “I would like to congratulate the Rustomjee students as well as all the people who are responsible for that university. What a wonderful thing you are doing. Education in India is most important and what they are doing is a great service to the nation.”

Winny Rawal, Head of Transnational Education at RAGC, said: “For them, it was a dream come true. They always knew the Chancellor was Lord Paul and it has been really nice of him to share so much of his time interacting with them and hearing their experiences. The students have been here for a week and have been to different places and have seen the University campus in its entirety, including the labs and other facilities. By being over here they get to know how good and how big the University is and they are loving it.”

Rustomjee Academy for Global Careers is in partnership with University of Wolverhampton since 2017 offering degrees in BEng (Hons) Civil and Construction Engineering; BEng (Hons) Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering; BEng (Hons) Automotive Engineering; BA (Hons) Business and Human Resource Management and BA (Hons) International Hospitality Management with a primary objective to make world-renowned education available to students in their home country, India.

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