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Cyberpeace, BSI Learning Institute Australia Introduces Cybersecurity Programme

Global cybersecurity leaders unite to foster cyber defence skills, address digital age concerns and empower youth for a secure tomorrow

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Australia To No Longer Accept TOEFL Scores For Visa Purposes, IELTS & PTE Scores Remain Valid

Starting from July 26, the Australian government has announced that it will no longer consider the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score for Australian visa applications.

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Austrade Inks MoU With CII On Technical Vocational Education

The initiative encourages bilateral collaboration on delivering Australian skills training to India through trade missions, G2G agreements, webinars, seminars and business matching in the education and training sector

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Macquarie University Australia, MIT-WPU Enter MoU

The collaboration will further enhance students’ academic journey through joint research programmes and staff exchanges

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We Want To Help Indian Govt Achieve Aspirations Of NEP 2020

John Dewar AO, Vice Chancellor and President, La Trobe University and Chair, Universities Australia speaks about the latest collaborations between the two countries, building academic relationships and how these would benefit students of both the countries

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Deakin University, Great Learning Introduce Masters Programme In Data Science

The masters programme offers live online classes and recorded lecture videos delivered by experienced faculty from Deakin University

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Macquarie University Australia Offer New Programmes

The 1-2 year programmes will have two annual intakes at estimated fee of AU$40,200

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University Of Melbourne To Strengthen Indo-Australian Academic Collaborations

Delegation from the University to travel across the country to solidify academic relations and explore new partnerships with institutions

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Canberra Happiest City In Australia: Report

A study found wellbeing among residents to be high across the city unlike in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, where there are pockets of high wellbeing

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Education Minister Calls For Strengthening Australia-India Research Collaboration

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The Minister interacted with the representatives of Australian Government academicians of Monash University and members of Australia Indian Chamber of Commerce at the dialogue on ‘Emerging Opportunities for Collaboration in Education, Research and Skill Sectors’

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