The University of Melbourne signed an MoU with Madras University to explore teaching and research opportunities.
What’s it about? Earlier this year, the universities signed an agreement for a blended Bachelor of Science degree. It offers courses across the Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics disciplines. The current MoU will facilitate collaboration between students, faculty, and researchers between the two institutions.
- The new program will be offered to the 30 best students based on their application and entrance test scores. The course will begin on September 20th.
- It will also cover research opportunities and cultural exchange of students. It’ll apply to all 86 departments at Madras University.
Other opportunities: The MoU will also open the door for joint teaching programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in science, humanities, and arts.