Association of Indian Universities (AIU) and Australian government supported Singapore campus of James Cook University admission day event at Taj Palace, India. AIU manages large number of University Memberships across the world. The primary focus of AIU is to evaluate the courses, syllabi, standards and credits of foreign Universities and equate them in relation to various courses offered by Indian Universities. James Cook University is expected to contribute the common goals of both the countries in building high quality education.
Suman Subbian, shared intent of organising James Cook University Admission Day event for aspiring students who wish to enrol in a reputed and highly ranked foreign University. Through this event Singapore campus of James Cook University facilitated prospective students to engage with various stakeholders to understand the appropriate course that they could choose for their career. The event also gave potential students the opportunity to interact with the academic team, peers and alumni to get a better perspective of the university and the courses offered. Such events will occur 3 times a year to support the interest of prospective students. Dignitaries from Australian High Commission and Austrade, Secretary General of AIU graced the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Mathew Johnston, Minister-Counsellor (Education and Research), Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment said, “Education is the flagship sector for the bi-lateral relationship between India and Australia. We understand the advantage of the strategic partnership for higher education and are eager to work with AIU, on mutually beneficial mechanisms for the students of both the countries. We take this opportunity to congratulate Singapore campus of James Cook University for providing the students with the right guidance for higher studies. It will be our endeavour to encourage all Australian Universities to leverage recent changes about international partnerships in India and establish their presence in India to contribute towards the common goals of both countries in building a high-quality education system.”
Dr. (Mrs.) Pankaj Mittal, Secretary General
A vote of thanks was extended to the James Cook University team, Suman Subbian, Surenthiran Prabhahran and Tanuj Soni for their contribution towards organising a well-planned event to support the aspiring students.
James Cook University, a public university in North Queensland, Australia, is the second oldest university in Queensland. It is popularly known as a teaching and research institution. The main campuses of the university are in Townsville and Cairns, and one in the city-state of Singapore.
Association of Indian Universities (AIU), an organisation and association of major universities in India is based in the capital of the country. It evaluates the various aspects of the foreign Universities pursued abroad and matches with the various courses offered by Indian Universities for the benefit of the students pursuing higher studies.
The association is going to shape the lives of many students worldwide.