Cambridge University to launch Indian admissions programme Hundreds of students have been either expelled or disciplined for racist and offensive posts on social media.
Eastern Eye Staff
Cambridge University has unveiled plans to launch a new admissions programme for India this year as part of UK-India Year of Culture celebrations. T he elite university, which counts three former Indian prime ministers – Jawarharlal Nehru, Rajiv Gandhi and Manmohan Singh – among its alumni, announced this week that admissions staff will be travelling to India to visit schools and meet students face-to-face in Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi. “In autumn, a team of academics will visit India to conduct admissions interviews, so that applicants need not travel to the UK for that part of our application process,” a statement…
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