Australia’s Deakin University has come up with an epic reward for Indian students who consistently rank top in their academics. This is an act of celebrating the University’s successful collaboration with India and its highly-brilliant students for the past three decades.
So to make the bond stronger and make the university, a more welcoming place for Indian students, the university head has announced scholarships worth Rs 30 Million for Indian Students alone. These scholarships are called Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships, given specifically to deserving Indian students who want to pursue their higher education at Australia’s Deakin University.
Ravneet Pawha, Vice President and CEO at Deakin University, says that the idea of implementing this wonderful scheme will be rewarding for the highly talented young Indian minds and the Deakin University as well. By contributing scholarships and bursaries to Indian students to have a successful professional life and growth, the university is getting back 10 times more positive results as enhancement in reputation and growth of the university, both nationally and globally.