04-21-2015, 04:10 PM
New York: US 'prestigious Harvard University is scheduled to start its international offices in India, China and South Africa to facilitate the research and its subsidiaries in these areas of research work.
Harvard waiting for the approval of the Government of India and the School of Public Health to open an office in Mumbai, the college newspaper, the Harvard Crimson said.
Mumbai Harvard adopted a new international offices in Cape Town and Beijing, the formation of each with a different level of development, vice-rector for International Affairs Jorge I. Dominguez was quoted as saying.
Dominguez said the proposed Indian office in the early stages of the development has offices in China and South Africa, in the hope that the approval of the Government of India will be this summer.
Center for African Studies is to open an office in Cape Town, 2015, or the end of 2016 and the expected office in Beijing would be connected to the existing Harvard center of Shanghai.
These offices are used in research and academic work at Harvard subsidiaries in these areas could be related to Harvard 16 offices around the world, including a number of Latin American-based offices of David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Business School locations throughout Asia and recently opened Medical School Research Centre in Dubai
Cape Town facility would "engage in space" for students and faculty but also more widely in Africa.
Beijing would be connected to the existing university-wide office in Shanghai, and possibly be a parallel action. Shanghai office includes a meeting place and facilitate internships for students.
Harvard University President Drew Faust has taken a number of measures to expand the Harvard international presence to visit India in 2012 and China in March this year.