2 Mar 2023

Now Study Abroad While Living In India: Two Australian Universities Will Soon Establish Campuses In GIFT CITY Of Gujarat

New Delhi: An Australian delegation led by Education Minister Jason Clare is currently on a visit to India from 28th February to 4th March 2023 to foster India-Australia relations in the field of education.

The Australian delegation held a high level meeting with the Indian delegation led by Union Minister of Education, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Dharmendra Pradhan, and participated in student engagement programmes in New Delhi.

Pradhan informed that two Australian universities will soon establish campuses in the GIFT CITY of Gujarat. He reiterated that India remains committed to partner Australia to make quality education more accessible and affordable. 

Gujarat International Finance Tec (GIFT) City or GIFT City is a planned business district in Gujarat and is promoted as a Greenfield project. It is situated 

Pradhan said that strengthening educational linkages will provide opportunities for students from both countries to learn and gain new experiences in diverse cultural settings.

Will more foreign university campuses be set up in India

India, with the world's largest population, has over 1,100 higher education institutions, with over 4 crore students, according to the Ministry of Education. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has announced its intention to attract foreign institutions to establish campuses in the country.

The goal is to improve access to higher education by inviting world-renowned Foreign Higher Education Institutions (FHEI) to establish satellite campuses in India, targeting those with a top 500 global rating or recognised reputation in their home country. As per the regulation, such campuses can offer only physical classes. 

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