Wednesday, April 3, 2019

New South Wales University signs MOU with state govt


PUNE: University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, a leading research and teaching university, has announced a PhD scholarship programme for students from state universities in Maharashtra. 

As part of an MoU signed with the Maharashtra government, UNSW will offer 20 PhD scholarships every year to high-achieving students from the state universities to advance joint research and knowledge exchange.

A great pathway for high quality students, with a demonstrated ability in research to undertake their doctorates at UNSW’s Canberra campus and in certain cases, at the Sydney campus, the primary objective is to partner with state universities to create a strong research culture and to jointly address some of India’s developmental challenges.

Applications have been invited by UNSW from all state universities across Maharashtra. All that the student has to do is follow the appended steps and apply.UNSW will assess the student’s eligibility, solely based on the merit of their proposals, their research experience and academic performance.

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This MOU is the stepping stone to the transformation of education and research to break down boundaries between industry, academia and lead the path of innovation on the global front. The collaboration between esteemed International universities like UNSW, the Government and State-run universities will enable all deserving candidates irrespective of their financial background to create and train the next generation of researchers that will shape the Future of Tomorrow.


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