Students from India will soon be able to learn how to develop software right here at Seneca.
A new agreement was signed between the College and the Mangalam Group of Institutions, a leading education provider in South India. It is set to provide qualified students who are studying computer applications the opportunity to further their studies in Seneca’s Bachelor of Technology - Software Development program.
As part of the agreement, students must complete a two-semester degree bridging program before coming to Seneca to study in the third-year of the Software Development program.
Mangalam is expected to launch the bridging program in January 2015.