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City of Glasgow College, UK partners with Scottish Institute of Hospitality Sciences to strengthen their presence in India

28th July 2022: City of Glasgow College (CoGC) and the Scottish Institute of Hospitality (SIHS) are delighted to announce a new partnership in key courses which strengthens their presence in India.
This exciting new collaboration has chosen Nashik in the northern Indian state of Maharashtra to locate the new vocational institute which will deliver courses to prepare students for an exciting global career in International Culinary and Hospitality management.
The SIHS campus will provide a uniquely compact and caring environment, while living up to the commitment of Scottish-style experience, and its initial phase will deliver courses in Hospitality, Culinary & Cabin Crew Operations.
In this new partnership, the course curriculum and assessments will be supervised by leading professionals from COGC and a blend of faculty from India and COGC will deliver modules in all the programmes. SIHS is looking to start the admission process by the end of this month and commence the first batch in September this year. Upon successful completion, students will be conferred an award by either Scottish Qualifications Authority, UK, or City of Glasgow College, UK.
Commenting on the partnership with SIHS, Carla Gethin, Director of Business Partnerships, City of Glasgow College, said:
“We’re excited to be widening our reach in India. The City of Glasgow College is ranked number one in the Scottish sector for success in student attainment in combined Further and Higher Education. Transnational education (TNE) offers Indian students the ability to gain Scottish qualifications without leaving their home country, making high-quality education accessible and affordable.
“India’s young population is a valuable asset to economic growth and we see the potential to support capacity building and human resource development through partnerships with Indian partners. We are therefore delighted to announce our partnership with the Scottish Institute in Hospitality Sciences to offer training designed to meet the aspirations of students while providing the supply of skilled manpower through excellent, innovative vocational and technical training.”

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