Delegation from the University to travel across the country to solidify academic relations and explore new partnerships with institutions

An extended delegation from University of Melbourne, Australia’s research university, will travel across India over the next few weeks, following a successful visit earlier this year.

After forming academic partnerships with Indian institutes during the April trip, this visit aims to strengthen Indo-Australian academic collaborations and explore new partnerships. The delegation will travel to Delhi, Pune, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Madurai Punjab, Vellore, Kharagpur, Kanpur, Kochi and Kolkata to form new ties with Indian Universities and continue to progress on projects from the previous visit. The delegation will also hold events and meetings with Indian Government officials to discuss collaborative opportunities, program launches, networking with schoolteachers, counsellors and colleges, student recruitment activities and school visits.

They will also visit offices of various Indian corporates, host alumni meets and attend the Australian India Leadership Dialogue.

During their visit earlier this year, the University focussed on establishing joint and blended PhD and Bachelor of Science (BSc) programs in partnership with Indian institutions including Indian Institutes of Technologies, The Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, for the joint PhD program in science and technology.

A BSc Blended program was introduced in association with SSPU in Pune. The interest in extending partnerships continues to be directed towards teaching, research, student exchange and commercialisation.

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University Of Melbourne To Strengthen Indo Australian Academic Collaborations

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