Committed to the ideology of offering global knowledge to aspirants and students, Whistling Woods International (WWI) has partnered with the University of the Arts London (UAL)
To initiate various ventures like student exchange programs, scholarly collaboration, and other collaborative efforts to promote the two schools’ relationship For the past 16 years, WWI has been a pioneer in the film, communication, and creative arts education industries, and this cooperation adds another feather to their multi-pronged hat.
“We have always believed that collaboration is the key to development. We are excited to collaborate with the University of the Arts London (UAL) and are confident that this collaboration will result in international educational and intellectual benefits. This will provide our pupils with worldwide understanding, allowing them to advance in their vocations.”Rahul Puri, Head of Academics, WWI, said,
Academic affiliations such as this will help students of both institutions understand work and culture across the globe, which will hone their skills and expertise.
This will facilitate an opportunity to develop various programs, exchange research & knowledge, and collaborative or joint research projects.
“We at UAL are happy to be cooperating with Whistling Woods International, a respected international supplier of cinema, communication, and creative arts education, The agreement will allow for stronger engagement between our institutions, including joint student projects and new research programmes. We are excited to collaborate with Whistling Woods International, learning and sharing from one another to guarantee that UAL continues to provide the very best in creative education with a truly global reach.”said Roni Brown, Deputy Vice Chancellor for Education at the University of the Arts London (UAL).
This collaboration complements WWI’s ongoing global educational expansion. WWI has worked with 14+ worldwide institutions of excellence in the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, and Australia, among others.
Among the significant benefits of worldwide collaboration have been joint film productions, active international study groups, student and faculty exchanges, and short-term courses.
Some of the universities WWI has collaborated with are the University of Bradford, DePaul University, Syracuse University, and the Chapman University of California.
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