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University of Melbourne dual degree partnerships

The University of Melbourne has strengthened its partnerships with the University of Madras, Savitribai Phule Pune University, and Gandhi Institute of Technology and Management (Hyderabad) to offer Indian students a new Bachelor of Science Dual Degree.

Indian students who enrol in the new dual degree will complete their degree at home and in Australia, spending the first two years studying in India, followed by two years in Melbourne. 

University of Melbourne Vice-Chancellor Duncan Maskell announced the dual degree in Mumbai while travelling with the Prime Minister of Australia’s Trade Delegation to India.

“With demand for our existing programs continuing to grow, we’re pleased to be working together with prestigious local universities to be part of the internationalisation of education in India and at home in Australia.”

Image: In Mumbai, India - Students and supporters, Minister for Trade and Tourism Senator Don Farrell, and Vice-Chancellors of major Indian universities partnering with the University of Melbourne, to deliver the new Bachelor of Science Dual Degree.

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