CQUniversity Australias contacts in India have increased from strength to strength in the last 20 years . Over 28,000 students from the South Asia region have been welcomed to its various campuses in Australia .
New Delhi, India, December 9 (PNN): Reputed as Australia's most active university, CQUniversity Australia's contacts in India have increased from strength to strength in the last 20 years.Throughout this period, the University has been focusing on assisting students from India in their studies in Australia.This year marks the University's 20th anniversary.Professor Nick Klomp, Vice-Chancellor and President of CQUniversity, Australia, and his staff from the University of Queensland visited India in November and welcomed over 350 students and colleagues to Durbar Hall, Hotel Taj Palace, New Delhi.The University has provided many opportunities to South Asian students.Over the next 20 years, the University has welcomed over 28,000 students from the South Asia region to its various campuses in Australia.It also aims to broaden access to its courses and strengthen cultural in India.I am optimistic that the NEP will act as a lens for a new period of fruitful collaboration in learning and teaching, study, and communication between our two proud nations, according to Prof Klomp. Professor Cohen, who has contributed to the University's success, said, We fully acknowledge the high price and sacrifice that not only students but also their parents and family must pay to send their children abroad.We want to provide a long-term benefit to our undergraduate students who do not find employment using our Graduate Guarantee program, since we are Australia's only university to do so.In addition, CQUniversity has announced the completion of a new postgraduate course-Master of Laboratory Medicine-to satisfy the need for skilled professionals in this field here in India.The Australian Institute of Medical and Clinical Scientists (AIMS) will assess the course. Through laboratory and clinical instruction, students will acquire practical and evaluative skills to assess and implement recommendations for best practices in patient testing and monitoring.Students will also gain a high degree of interpersonal skills in order to interact positively with patients and other health professionals, as well as prepare them for the professional or scientific environment in which they work.Abhinav Bhatia, Senior Trade & Investment Commissioner, South Asia, Trade and Investment Queensland (TIQ), shared his thoughts on these developments.During the visit, he said, It's amazing to see what CQUniversity has accomplished in the last 20 years of its presence in South Asia. We are proud to be a part of CQU's evolution and will continue to support a regional Queensland university to further position it among students and the industry.CQUniversity is a regional Queensland university with a strong focus on strengthening its alliances with India to aid in capacity building in the education and manufacturing market.Prof. Nick Klomp, Vice-Chancellor and President of CQUniversity, and his staff also used this opportunity to network with potential industry partners.Prof Nick Klomp and his group have been extremely productive on their visit to India.