India and Australia to Sign Agreement on Mutual Recognition of Qualifications
This will be the most comprehensive and most favorable accreditation agreement India has entered into with any other country and will enhance student mobility between the two countries India and Australia, Claire said.
India and Australia to Sign Agreement : Australian Education Minister Jason Clare arrived in Delhi on Tuesday. On his visit to India from February 28 to March 3, Australian Education Minister Jason Clare will sign an agreement with his Indian counterpart Dharmendra Pradhan to enhance student mobility.
He is leading a delegation of Australian higher education leaders to promote institutional partnership and collaboration between the two countries.
This week I will lead a delegation of Australian higher education leaders to India to promote our institutional partnership and foster collaboration between our two countries. During this week’s visit, Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and I will sign the Mechanism for Mutual Recognition of Qualifications, which locks in our two countries’ mutual recognition of access to education,” he said in a statement.
“This will be the most comprehensive and most favorable accreditation agreement India has entered into with any other country and will enhance student mobility between the two countries India and Australia,” Claire said.
His visit is based on Dharmendra Pradhan’s visit to Australia last year.
“The Modi government’s National Education Policy aims to get 50 per cent of young Indians into higher education and vocational education by 2035. This is nation changing for India, and there is more to do for Australian education providers to collaborate with India is a real opportunity,” Claire said.
The delegation will include Australian Vice-Chancellors and other higher education leaders, representing institutions such as the University of Queensland, RMIT University, Australian National University, University of Sydney, La Trobe University, University of Wollongong, Western Sydney University, Central Queensland University, University of NSW, University of South Australia and Charles Darwin University.
Global brand ambassador of the University of Wollongong and former Australian cricketer Adam also be part of the delegation.
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