University of Bath India Winter School: Global responsibilities from the market to the individual
Attend University of Bath’s Winter School in New Delhi from 14-21 December 2018 to experience the teaching excellence at a top 10 UK university.*
Date – 14 DEC 2018 – 21 DEC 2018
Time – 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Venue – Lady Shri Ram College, Lala Lajpat Rai Road, Lajpat Nagar IV, Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi – 110024, India
Taking place at Lady Shri Ram College, the Winter School offers students the chance to examine current challenges affecting the global market from a multidisciplinary perspective and seek innovative and sustainable solutions. Students will engage in a series of lectures, workshops and team projects across ten days exploring contemporary debates with a focus on economics, computer science, psychology, and social sciences. The Winter School will be delivered by academics from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Department of Computer Science. Students can expect an intensive ten-day programme with the opportunity to learn and study multidisciplinary subjects, develop new skills, and attend a networking reception with graduates and academics of the University of Bath.
Overall winners of the team project taking place will receive letters of recommendation from the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Professor David Galbreath.
Students who register and attend the India Winter School 2018 will be eligible for a 10% tuition fee discount on master’s courses at the University of Bath. They’ll also be eligible to apply for a £3,000 scholarship in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, exclusive to students of the Winter School.
Who should attend?
The Winter School is designed for current undergraduate students from all disciplines studying in the New Delhi area who aspire to study a master’s degree in the UK, or those who wish to immerse themselves in an interactive, rigorous and challenging curriculum.
Applications close on Monday 3 December 2018.
“University of Bath ‘Young India Student of the Year 2018”
The University of Bath, Chancellor, HRH The Earl of Wessex, was in Delhi to announce the winner of economics essay competition for prospective Indian students.
Namit Makhija of Vasant Valley School, Delhi, was announced as the winner of international student essay competition, an initiative developed by Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences and the Department of Economics, wherein Year 11 and 12 students from across India participated in an essay writing competition on the topic ‘Would India benefit from more open trade – for example with the UK?’.
He was presented with the award by Chancellor, HRH The Earl of Wessex at a ceremony held on Wednesday 7 February at the British Council Delhi. For his prize-winning essay, Namit will receive a bursary of GBP 3,000 towards his studies when he joins University of Bath later this year for the BSc International Development with Economics programme.
The joint runners-up for the Young India Student of the Year 2018 competition were Apoorv Goyal of Dehradun’s Welham Boys School and Vaibhav Gupta of Gurgaon-based Delhi Public.
University of Bath, Chancellor, HRH The Prince Edward, interacting with the essay competition winner Namit Makhija, Dr Peter Postl, Mrs. Mrinal Kapur Singh, Professor David Galbreath.
from left to right: James Reith, Sir Francis Richards KCMG CVO DL, Mrs. Mrinal Kapur Singh (Executive Director, Prem N Kapur Associates), Dr Peter Postl, Namit Makhija (competition winner), Vaibhav Gupta, Professor Veronica Hope Hailey, Professor David Galbreath.
GLOBAL FESTIVAL OF LEARNING – BOURNEMOUTH UNIVERSITY
Mrs. Mrinal K. Singh (Executive Director, Prem N. Kapur Associates ) with Winners and other shortlisted participants.
The Global Festival of Learning-India 2018’ showcased Bournemouth University (BU)’s research and expertise to a wide and varied audience over the last six years. The success of this Festival made possible by the hard work put together in planning and organizing a rich and varied schedule of interactive sessions and activities.
The “Global Talent Young India Award – 2018” Competition was a poster design competition on the theme, “Education in 2050: my vision.”. The winners were declared a grand prize of £500, along with 2nd prize £300 and 3rd prize £200. The recipients were announced at a ceremonial event on the evening of 16 February, 2018 at the British Council, New Delhi.
In our capacity as their official representatives in India, Prem N. Kapur Associates was the coordinator of the Festival of Learning for Bournemouth University in India.