Lovely Professional University have of late joined hands with one of the most prominent, esteemed and distinguished four hundred years old, University of Zagreb, located in Croatia, an Eastern European Nation.

The aim is to fortify Internationalization for Lovely Professional University. For this, the University representatives have been talking about it to cultivate mobility and exchange of students along with teaching staff.

Dean Professor Davor Romic and Vice Dean Professor Milan Mesic from the faculty of Agriculture of the University of Zagreb visited Lovely Professional University. They met Chancellor Mr. Ashok Mittal, Pro-Chancellor Ms. Rashmi Mittal as well as Vice Chancellor Dr. Rameshwar Kanwar. The Croatian educationalists sat and discussed common collaboration in the sphere of students and cultural exchange programs, faculty advancement, international plans in higher education and joint researches.
For this occasion, an MOU was contracted among the University Heads. Under this program, twenty students of Lovely Professional University will visit Croatia for the ethnic performances to promote Indian culture as well as to disseminate superb quality Indian education.

Dr. Davor Romic said that the University is the topmost advanced education and science organization in the sector of agriculture and technology sciences. He said that they are always glad to gain by forming partnerships with other Universities. He stated that they are always prepared to share the expertise, under this collaboration with one of the leading University of India. These kinds of tie ups are necessary for any of the advancement of any progressive University. Collaborating will benefit both the Universities as India is an emerging super power.

Mr. Ashok Mittal stated that they are very happy to join forces with the oldest and prime Croatian University in South Eastern Europe. The University comprises of comprehensive programs and near about sixty thousand full time students. The tie up will undoubtedly bring up and nurture the talents of both the countries and help in carrying out research projects.