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    5 Декабря 2018
    Rector of Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University Has a Meeting with Dr Amit Kamle, Head of Consulting Firm “Educational consults” (India)
    Prof. Dr Andrei Klemeshev, Rector of the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, had a meeting with Dr Amit Kamle, head of the consulting firm “Educational consults” (India).

    Prof. Dr Andrei Klemeshev, Rector of the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, had a meeting with Dr Amit Kamle, head of the consulting firm “Educational consults” (India). Today, 80 students from India study General Medicine at the University and 50 of them enrolled in the study programme this year. The majority of the students came from Maharashtra, and this is their first experience of staying abroad. Dr Amit Kamle paid a visit to the IKBFU in order to talk to the students and to make sure that they have everything they need.


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    Prof. Dr Andrei Klemeshev stated that students from India are always welcome at the University. Dr Amit Kamle thanked Rector and noted that the students are happy they have chosen the IKBFU.

    Dr Amit Kamle, head of the consulting firm “Educational consults” (India):

    Our students feel comfortable. We have established a trusted partnership with the University. The IKBFU guarantees a high level of education, training and safety for its students, which is why the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University gained such a great respect from the students, their parents and from the Medical Council of India.

    During the meeting, the parties have also highlighted the necessity of providing a possibility for the medical students from India to go into clinical practice at the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University and at its partner universities.


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