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November 08, 2021 Monday 01:10:45 PM IST

Students of MIT were exposed to International Education

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MIT-India Program Manager Nureen Das and MIT-UK Program Manager Stephen Barnes came together to create the TATA-MISTI Career Conversations Series which is a weekly virtual meeting between current MIT students and top executives from the industries of electric vehicles, the digital economy, and telecommunications. MIT-India's long-time intern host, the TATA Group, was a partner in the development of the series, and many of their executives attended as speakers for the sessions. The goal was to provide students with an opportunity to engage with industry leaders and hear their insights on trends and career advice from their respective sectors. Each session was facilitated by a different group of students who were responsible for connecting with that week's speakers and developing a question-and-answer session.