International Ambassador Scholarship

Details :-  The University of West London is proud to be offering 72 scholarships worth up to £3,000 for applicants applying to start in September 2012.

The International Ambassador Scholarship is intended to recognize and provide financial support for outstanding students who wish to act as ambassadors for the University.

Eligibility :- The students who have an unconditional Offer from the University of West London are eligible to apply for the Scholarship.

Deadline :- The deadline for applying for Scholarship is 30th July 2012.

Apart from the above, there are a number of dedicated scholarships by region:

Indian sub-continent:  (including India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal and Mauritius):

• 20 scholarships worth £1500

• 20 scholarships worth £1000

• 20 scholarships worth £500

Kandalore Summer Camp, Haliburton Highlands, On, Canada

Kandalore Summer CampWith the concept of Indian students going for summer camp abroad popularizing, Krishna Consultants have tied up with Kandalore Summer Camp, Haliburton Highlands, On, Canada. Founded in 1947, Camp Kandalore has grown to become one of Canada’s best and most well respected children’s summer camps. Reputation has been built upon the development of traditional camping skills in a wide variety of activities on a beautiful site in the Haliburton Highlands.

In a highly personalized, fun-filled and supportive environment, Kandalore’s aim is to develop in each camper an appreciation of nature, a healthy sense of self-esteem, an understanding of others and the necessary skills to become an effective leader.

Kandalore has over 20 activities for campers to choose from while at camp and they work to develop campers’ skills in the activities campers select each day.

Activities Include

Archery                                 Wood Working

Kayaking                              Nature/Ecology

Snorkeling                           Basketball

Water Trampoline               Field Sports

Drama                                 Mountain Biking

Arts & Crafts                        Waterskiing

Pottery                                Swimming

Rock Climbing                    Canoeing

Climbing Wall                     Log-Rolling

Sailing                                Cross Bow

Windsurfing                        High Ropes Course

Camp Duration

Two Weeks Sessions

ü  A1: June 28 to July 12

ü  A2: July 12 to July 26

ü  B1: July 29 to August 12

ü  B2: August 12 to August 26

Three Weeks Session

ü  July 29 to August 19

Four Weeks Sessions

ü  A: June 28 to July 26

ü  B: July 29 to August 26


Two weeks stay – CDN $ 2,610 (Approx – Rs 1,30,500/-)

Three weeks stay  – CDN $ 3635 (Approx – Rs 1,81,750/-)

Four weeks stay  – CDN $ 4465 (Approx – Rs 2,23,250/-)

 Kandalore Summer Camp

MSc Business Information Systems

MSc Business Information Systems

This course covers both the theoretical and practical knowledge and skills required to develop or manage information systems in a strategic way within organisations.

The course has a unique focus on data mining for business intelligence, e-business and m-business, information systems development, business process and data management. The course meets industry demand for managers with up to date technical as well as analytical skills to make the best possible use of their company’s information systems.

The course is open to graduates who have at least good degree in a Computing-related degree. For non-Computing graduates some computing experience or a substantial element of studies should involve information technology related or numerate subjects.

Students will take five core modules;
Business Process and Data Management,
Data Mining for Business Intelligence,
E-Business and M-Business,
Information Systems Development,
Research and Development Skills

and one option from the following list, as well as a project:

Relational and Object Database Development
Communication Technologies for IT
IT Security Management
Mobile Application Design and Development
Applied Statistical Modelling and Stochastic Processes
Work related Learning

Graduates from this course will specialise in business information systems and may enter careers in various sectors in order to develop, manage, advise and/or consult on the effective use of business information systems within organisations. Equipped with key skills associated  with BIS, including e-business, data mining, business process and data management graduates should benefit from enhanced career prospects.

The Faculty of Computing has a World of Work Agency which students are able to contact in their search for suitable employment, both during their course and afterwards. Our students have found this to be an invaluable way of gaining real work experience and have been offered jobs upon graduation.

Course teaching team

The MSc is within the subject area led by Dr Fang Fang Cai, who is an experienced researcher within the fields of Database Systems and Parallel Processing and Parallel Architecture.

Professor Farhi Marir is the Director of the Knowledge Management Research Centre and has published over eighty peer-reviewed papers and has successfully supervised more than 10 PhD students.

Dr Yanguo Jing received his PhD from Heriot-Watt University and has recently been awarded a Teaching Fellowship. As well as being an expert in mobile technologies, Dr Jing’s interests also include Student Enterprise, Industrial Liaison, and Work-related study.

Professor Hassan Kazemian is the Director of the Intelligent Systems Research Centre and has been awarded several research grants and funding. Professor Kazemian’s research interests include a variety of applications of Artificial Intelligence to bioinformatics, robotics and sugar processing.

Details of the team can be found at:

Feedback from student : Upenn TCOM program

feedbacK From USA Student

Upenn TCOM program will certainly provide good prospects. Upenn is very reputed and offer some great courses in the field of networking.

RA positions are very competitive and are offered to students who have shown research interest and intellectual capabilities. Its usually hard to get TA in first semester. However if you perform well in your courses you have chance for being TA of that subject. Upenn provides no funding even if you get TA/RA.

Regarding placements- well lot of financial/consulting companies visit Upenn and TCOM students are placed there for technical roles. However very few technical and core networking companies come on campus. So you have to apply off campus. If you want better on campus job opportunities in pure technical firms then you should probably consider west coast.

Please join Upenn rangoli group and Upenn TCOM group where you will find lot of discussions. I hope this helps. Feel free to shoot an email if you have any query.