The Centre for Research and Development (R&D) of St. Teresa’s College is one of the newest ventures undertaken by the College. It is an innovative venture started by the College in 2015 to promote and elevate the quality of education and research within the campus.
It undertakes various initiatives such us, writing proposals to government and outside agencies for new projects, conducting skill based programmes for students, building inter-departmental ventures within the college, taking up surveys, generate funds through sponsored projects etc. It also runs the college website, social media campaigns and handles the Public Relation for the College.
The Centre strives to promote internationalization through its International wing called Teresian International. It also undertakes various training workshops, short-term courses and seminars to equip the student community with the latest advancements in social and technological innovations.
Students play a key role in conducting events and help with organizing various activities. The centre is also a collaborative space for interdepartmental activities and provides students internship opportunities within the college. Peer group management and Alumni network management are other initiatives taken up by the department.
St. Teresa’s College has forged partnerships with outstanding academic institutions to enhance student development, faculty growth and academic research.
The College has signed an MoU with Newman University, UK for academic collaboration. The college has also signed an MoU with Richmond, The American International University, London,UK for academic exchange and research collaborations. The Exchange programme provided an exceptional learning experience for the students which broadened their perspective
The college has signed an MoU with Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan.
Indo Swedish Academic Exchange Forum (ISAEF) is an Organisation coordinating academic exchange programs of students between India and Sweden. The aim is to facilitate educational institutions of higher learning to equip students with practical insights of another country in research, academic interaction and hands on experience regarding the various topics they opt for their research projects as part of their academics. Hersby chose St. Teresa’s College, Ernakulam as the coordinating institution in India.