Studying law in India at the pristine levels of Cornell Law School just became an available opportunity! Bennett University, Noida and Cornell Law agreed to facilitate joint efforts to proffer an Ivy League BBA+LLB course in India. All the law school aspirants, get your “college admissions” game on. Cornell Law School is a part of Cornell University, an Ivy League University in Ithaca, New York.
Bennett University’s five-year BBA+LLB honours programme is all set to have a competitive edge over similar programmes. The programme aims at providing students with an international interface. The BBA programme is being offered in association with Johnson Cornell and the LLB program is being offered in association with Cornell Law School. The curriculum designed by Johnson Cornell and Cornell Law School will include a visit to Cornell University for a one-week immersion programme. Students can learn from the faculty at both the schools. This partnership is an optimistic approach to give thrust to startup ideas at Bennett Hatchery formed in collaboration with Babson Global of the US.
Bennett University, founded by The Times of India Group started operations in July 2016 with the promise of making students ‘life and career ready’. The University offers courses in engineering, management, media and law. Bennett University has appointed VC Vivekanandan as the founder dean for its School of Law which is starting in June 2017. Vivekanandan has been the director of NALSAR Proximate Education, MHRD IP Chair and head of NC Banerjee Centre for IP Studies. He also serves as an adjunct visiting professor at Buffalo University, SUNY, New York.
Let us see what benefits can the law school aspirants reap from this alliance for their College Admissions in 2017. Goodluck! Let us know your views in the comments. You might also like: