Texila American University hosted a meeting with the Suriname Ambassador of Guyana
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The representatives of TAU – Director of Operations, Mr. Sreebalakumar and the Regional Manager of Marketing, Mr. Karthic Raghupathy of Texila American University (TAU) met with the Ambassador of the Republic of Suriname, Her Excellency Mehroen Nisa Kurban-Baboe to discuss the introduction of their programmes to Suriname.
TAU provides career-oriented educational programmes at the Diploma, Bachelor, Masters/Postgraduate and Doctoral levels through a wide network worldwide. These programmes include: Doctor of Medicine (MD), Doctor of Dentistry (DDS), Bachelors in Nursing (BSN & RN-BSN) and Premedical Foundation Programme (BS). The process is completely online from admission to the final examination utilizing the Learning Management System which helps in synchronous and asynchronous delivery of programmes.
The University currently has 500 students from 35+ different countries studying at the Guyana campuses and offers clinical rotations for its medical students in the United States of America (USA), Philippines and Guyana. TAU currently has two campuses in Guyana: 1) Chritchlow Campus located on Woolford Avenue and 2) Goedverwagting Campus located on the East Coast of Demerara. Construction for a new state of the art campus is currently in progress and is expected to be completed by March 2016.
As part of the introduction, TAU will be offering scholarships to three (3) Suriname students who excel at their FREE English Entrance Examination. Successful candidates will benefit from the following:
1. Free Scholarship until Clinical Rotations
2. Free Flight Fare from Suriname to Guyana and vice versa (Once)
3. Free Accommodation until Clinical Rotations
4. 1000 USD scholarship every year in Tuition fees
5. 500 USD scholarship every year in Tuition fees
The advantages of studying with TAU are endless, but some of the key strengths of the University include: affordable fee structure; a pathway to acquire residency in USA; clinical rotations available in USA, Philippines and Guyana; USMLE training for the students choosing USA track programme; programmes delivered by International Faculties from India, Philippines, etc.; modern infrastructure and learning support facilities for the students; access to Texila Digipedia (online library); well-equipped laboratories andclassroomswith modern technologies and; accessibility of demanding markets to meet shortage of Doctors in the USA, United Kingdom (UK) and other areas around the world.
TAU is one among the best University in the Caribbean offering Medicine & Nursing programmes which is recognized by the following Accreditations:
1. National Accreditation Council of Guyana
2. WHO ( World Health Organization )
3. IMED ( International Medical Education Directory )
4. ACU ( Association of Common Wealth Universities )
5. CANQUATE (Caribbean Area Network for Quality Assurance in Tertiary Education)
6. IADL ( International Association for Distance Learning)
7. ICDE ( International Council for Open and Distance Education)
Mr. Sreebalakumar also extended an invitation to the Ambassador to visit and tour the East Coast of Demerara Campus and stressed on the great potential that can be derived from a tertiary education partnership between TAU and Educational Institutions in Suriname. The Ambassador gladly accepted the invitation and promised to explore ways to lend support to TAU as this sort of partnership will help contribute to the wealth and development of the people and the economies of both countries.
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