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Australian and Indian universities renew partnership

Universities Australia and the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) have renewed their formal partnership to boost bilateral education and research ties.

AIU Secretary General Dr Pankaj Mittal and Universities Australia Chair Professor John Dewar AO signed a memorandum of understanding in Delhi on 2 March 2023.

Dr Mittal said the partnership was crucial to supporting India’s higher education ambitions through the National Education Policy (NEP 2020). 

“The signing of the MOU with Universities Australia will greatly strengthen the partnerships between Indian and Australian universities through student and faculty exchange, dual and joint degrees, twinning programs and research collaborations,” Dr Mittal said.

Image: AIU Source: Twitter 

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