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SPICE, Mumbai Ties Up with Australian Varsity
In an initiative to promote some international standard courses and education St. Pauls Institute of Communication Education, Mumbai tied up with Deakin University, Australia to offer Master’s Degree in Communication in the SPICE campuses which are located in Mumbai and Bangalore.
Deakin University has been offering this course at its four campuses in Australia and enrolls 1,000 students from India every year. This year, the students who are aspiring to pursue this course can join in SPICE.
Deakin University has also given the option for the students who are going to pursue this course. The students have the choice to pursue one year of the course in India and one year in Australia. The syllabus is being designed to global standards. The course fee will be affordable when compared to the fee at Deakin University. This course will enable the students to have an exposure regarding communication in the global perspective.
It is really great to see that some institutes in India are trying to offer courses on International Standards which are ably supported by some of the foreign universities.
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