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Inclusion and Representation

Mentorship: One of the primary objectives of the in-program mentorship, which happens during the student’s time at the university, is to provide multi-dimensional mutual interaction spaces for students, faculty and other members of the university. The program intends to provide inspiration to all the members involved and prepare them better for life at the university. Preparing better for life at the university is just a shorthand expression for the ability to positively respond to the various kinds of challenges that university life offers and the ability to contribute to the improvement of the quality of life at the university for oneself and others. Every student is closely linked with one or more faculty mentors who periodically meet and guide him/her through their academic and personal journey at the university.

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