1 Minute read
January 28th, 2021
The Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore (IISc) has signed a joint PhD agreement with the University of Melbourne, becoming the latest partner in the Melbourne-India Postgraduate Academy (MIPA).
MIPA is a joint PhD program between the University of Melbourne and elite Indian research universities including the Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, Madras, and Kanpur, and now the IISc. So far, 20 graduate researchers have jointly enrolled in the MIPA.
Under the new agreement, IISc and University of Melbourne will co-fund up to 10 joint PhD candidates each year for the next five years.
For more, see the full story in the media release.
First published on 28 January 2021.
Share this article
Evaluating the effects of ACLR in day to day activities
How does ACL reconstruction surgery affect day-to-day activities.
Exploring the chemical and physical effects caused by acoustic bubbles in liquids
Does the amount of dissolved gases in water affect the appearance of bubbles?
Melbourne India Postgraduate Academy (MIPA)
Receive joint recognition from the University of Melbourne and one of India’s elite research universities through the MIPA joint PhD program.
International Research Training Groups
IRTGs are cohort-based programs where graduate researchers enrol at both the University of Melbourne and an international partner university.