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University of Birmingham and Indian Institute of Heritage Forge Partnership in Heritage Studies
Through this partnership, students and experts from both the University of Birmingham and the Indian Institute of Heritage will have the opportunity to participate in various research projects. Additionally, the collaboration will facilitate student and academic exchange programs between Birmingham and Delhi, enriching the educational experiences and fostering cross-cultural dialogue.

by Pragti Sharma / 16 Feb 2024 16:13 PM IST / 0 Comment(s) / 272

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The University of Birmingham has taken a step forward and joined hands with the Indian Institute of Heritage to foster collaborative ventures in the realms of heritage, museums, and museology by partnering with the esteemed Indian Institute of Heritage.



Through this partnership, students and experts from both the University of Birmingham and the Indian Institute of Heritage will have the opportunity to participate in various research projects. Additionally, the collaboration will facilitate student and academic exchange programs between Birmingham and Delhi, enriching the educational experiences and fostering cross-cultural dialogue.



Professor Adam Tickell, Vice-Chancellor & Principal of the University of Birmingham, expressed his enthusiasm about the partnership, emphasizing the potential for both institutions to capitalize on their strengths in heritage studies. He noted the array of opportunities it presents for students and staff in both India and the UK.



The Indian Institute of Heritage is renowned for its research endeavors in India's rich cultural heritage and its contributions to the cultural, scientific, and economic sectors of the nation. Offering MA and PhD programs in disciplines such as Museology, History of Art, Conservation, Archaeology, Paleography, Epigraphy, and Numismatics, the institute is poised to further enhance its academic offerings through this collaborative venture.



The partnership between the University of Birmingham and the Indian Institute of Heritage underscores a commitment to advancing knowledge and scholarship in the field of heritage studies while fostering international collaboration and cultural exchange.



News Source: The Indian Express


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