IBSW-College De Paris Is Ready To Welcome Students From India
International Business School of Washington (IBSW) is now offering a hybrid model which offers students the opportunity to continue their education online through its LMS.
COVID-19 has forced universities across India, and the world indeed, to suspend physical classrooms and shift to online classes. Due to the global lockdown measures implemented and its commitment to delivering value to its students, International Business School of Washington (IBSW) is now offering a hybrid model which offers students the opportunity to continue their education online through its LMS (Learning Management System) and online webinars. As such, this new hybrid model affords students more flexibility by enabling them the options of completing their academic semesters on campus or 100% online. Through this new initiative, IBSW continues sparing no efforts to engage with and facilitate the process of pursuing degrees in the fields of fashion, design, business, technology and hospitality for its current and prospective students.
Furthermore, France has declared on Monday that it was making every effort to address the logistical and planning challenges posed during this pandemic in welcoming Indian students in the next academic year. France has highlighted that this move is motivated by its strong people-to-people ties and strategic partnership between the two countries.
As the COVID-19 pandemic brings about enduring lockdowns and suspended events globally, IBSW-College De Paris continues proposing several innovative ways to foster cooperation and welcome its current and new students across India and the world.
New students will also benefit from IBSW-College de Paris' commitment to enable the commencement of their academic year without any delays by leveraging their LMS and virtual classrooms wherever necessary.
France has also augmented its proportion of scholarships by 50% – equivalent to 10 crore rupees – for the upcoming academic year. These scholarships will be awarded regardless of whether a student starts the semester in India or France, as Indian students remain keen on gaining international exposure and expertise in France.
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