BINUS UNIVERSITY has signed cooperation agreement with Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia that will create new opportunities for student and faculty at both institutions. The signing of the agreement also marked the beginning of educational and cultural exchange between the two universities. Signed by Director of BINUS Global, Ms. Lily Manoharan and Vice-Chancellor and President, Prof. Peter Dawkins, the agreement was made official on 18 June 2014. The agreement will see the two institutions jointly develop student exchange and faculty exchange programs and promote cooperation in academic activities.
About Victoria University
Founded in 1990, Victoria University is a dual-sector tertiary institution (higher education and TAFE) based in Melbourne, Australia. It is renowned for providing outstanding educational opportunities for students from diverse countries, cultures, and socioeconomic and educational backgrounds. The university offers unique and exceptional educational opportunities through a distinctive multi-sector approach to tertiary education with quality education and research in areas of focus as well as deep engagement with partners and strong connections with industry and community. VU has nine colleges, each covering a broad discipline of study, six research institutes and seven research centers. The University has nine campuses in Melbourne?s CBD and western region, and a tenth campus in Sydney. In 2013, the university was recognized as one of Australia?s most industry-engaged universities, and won a prestigious Business Higher Education Roundtable (BHERT) award.
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