University of Leicester and Apollo University partner to revolutionise global healthcare

15 April 2024 | News

Aiming to prepare 120 students for the first cohort

Strengthening collaborative education and research ties between the UK and India, University of Leicester and The Apollo University (TAU), a part of the Apollo Hospitals Group, have initiated a programme partnership. Marking a significant milestone, this collaboration launches a computer science programme wherein students commence their studies with two years at TAU in Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh, India, before progressing to their final year and graduation at the University of Leicester, UK.

The Apollo University and University of Leicester aim to prepare 120 students for the first cohort, with the curriculum jointly mapped between the two universities.

Students who achieve a minimum of 50% in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics during their Intermediate or diploma studies, and successfully complete Class 12 or its equivalent with these subjects as majors from a recognised Board are eligible to apply for the programme.

Upon successful completion of their studies at TAU, students have the opportunity to select from computer science programme specialising in Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, or Software Engineering at Leicester. Furthermore, the articulation pathway (formally agreed and approved admission route, for enrolled students) provides students with the option to pursue a one-year master’s degree in their chosen discipline. Post course completion, students who are eligible will also have access to placement opportunities and post-study work visas in the UK.


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