The Twinning programme allows Indian students to earn engineering degrees from the participating universities at nearly half the cost of what they would incur if they study for the expensive engineering programmes abroad, in their entirety, from the first to the fourth years.
The students find the process of getting admission to a foreign university, less expensive, and much less cumbersome, than what it would have been, had they decided to seek admission to a foreign university on their own.
The Twinning programme has allowed the faculty members of RASET to study abroad and upgrade their degrees at reasonable costs to RASET as well as the faculty members
The main theme of the memoranda of understanding allows to admit students with Plus 2 qualification and who are desirous of studying engineering courses abroad. Typically, they study engineering courses for two years at and spend another two years at the foreign university of their choice. The foreign university admits these students into the third year of its engineering programme, after transferring the credits for the courses the student had studied at Rajagiri.