Newsboard

ISB partners with University of Sydney Business School

ISB partners with University of Sydney Business School

Image Istock

Hyderabad, June 9

The Indian School of Business (ISB) on Wednesday announced that it has signed a comprehensive partnership agreement with the University of Sydney Business School (USBS) for five years.

The two world-class business schools signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to promote research collaborations, academic exchange, and student mobility. This is expected to provide a major impetus in fostering new and futuristic paradigms in management education.

Joint initiatives being planned include a dual master's degree, which would be delivered both at the University of Sydney and the Indian School of Business, executive education programmes, as well doctoral student mobility and co-supervision.

Both schools see international immersion as a core requirement for developing future-ready graduates.

Cooperation between the two schools will be explored in academic research, doctoral research, coursework education, corporate engagement and in contributing to policy development in and for a post-Covid world, ISB said.

The partnership is ISB's first comprehensive partnership with an Australian School in the business and management field.

This was formally launched on Wednesday at a webinar. IANS 

Top Stories

Wrestler Ravi Dahiya storms into Olympic final, assured of at least silver

Wrestler Ravi Dahiya storms into Olympic final, assured of at least silver

Deepak Punia goes down to David Taylor of US in semifinals o...

Fighting India women lose 1-2 to Argentina in Olympic hockey semifinal; to fight for bronze now

Fighting India women lose 1-2 to Argentina in Olympic hockey semifinal; to fight for bronze now

India will take on Great Britain in the third-fourth place p...

As Monsoon Session nears its end, Opposition hardens its stance

As Monsoon Session nears its end, Opposition hardens its stance

Want Pegasus discussion, repeal of farm laws, HM’s reply on ...

Home ministry recommends disciplinary action against former CBI director Alok Verma

Home ministry recommends disciplinary action against former CBI director Alok Verma

During his stint in the CBI, Verma, a 1979-batch (retired) I...

Day 13 India schedule: Ravi Dahiya’s gold medal match, men’s hockey team to play for bronze on Thursday

Day 13 India schedule: Ravi Dahiya’s gold medal match, men’s hockey team to play for bronze on Thursday

Deepak Punia in men’s freestyle bronze medal match; Vinesh P...

Cities

View All