Directed by the University’s Senator Prof Dr P. Ravindran Pathmanathan the EurAka University has two key offices in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. Prof Pathmanathan himself is a renowned expert in structuring and successfully managing deliveries of academic studies in this dynamic part of the world.
Always,Prof Pathmanathan’s first attention is due diligence: making sure that students are in the best hands, with which Accredited Partner Institute they ever study. He has a reputation for the careful selection of these partner institutes and to assure that the University’s quality standards are met. Nothing is left to chance. Prof Pathmanathan himself or one of his academic coworkers are permanently controlling the many partners' academic quality, who deliver EurAka University programmes in South East Asia.
EurAka University’s Accredited Partner Institutes can be found in Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Myanmar, Nepal, Singapore, and so on. The radius of delivery is permanently extending. The success of such hard work can be physically measured by the yearly increasing number of Graduates attending the festive Graduation Ceremony of the EurAka University Switzerland in Europe.
For making sure that the EurAka University’s Swiss Certificates are also recognised or authorised in students’ countries of origin and across the region, the Asian regional office of the E.H.E. European University EurAka Switzerland is in contact with those Ministries regulating Higher Education in our host countries. The EurAka University makes sure that Graduates can get the full benefit of their Degree and that their hard work during their studies pays off.
However, there are partnerships with other academic institutions, too. One, the EurAka University is especially proud of is with one of Indonesia's biggest universities, the Universitas Mercu Buana.
The partnership is about student and lecturer mobility, but as well research projects and Double Degree Awards in the near future.
Higher Education Swiss made finds a second meaning this way. One, which is not less important than in Switzerland itself.