GCSU builds partnerships in India

Georgia College and State University reached agreements with four colleges and institutes in India to allow students and faculty to study in and travel to the country, officials announced Thursday.

The partnerships are with: Amity University, International Institute of Health Management Research, Kohinoor Institute and Magarpatta City Institute. The groups' students and faculty will be able to visit Milledgeville.

GCSU joins other Georgia universities, including Georgia State and Georgia Tech, that are building stronger ties in India.