Institution has campuses in four Australian cities, New Zealand and China
A new international cooperation agreement has been signed by PUCRS and Torrens University Australia. That is the first Australian institution in the list of universities available for academic mobility programs.
With this new partnership, Torrens University will now be offering academic mobility seats for undergraduate students. The Brazilian partner will also host Australian students who wish to come to PUCRS. To find out about the new calls, please follow Academic Mobility on Instagram and on Facebook.
The new agreement also advances the efforts of collaboration between the two institutions in the area of research. The Dean of the Business School Dr. Éder Henriqson is already a partner of Professor Nick Hadjinicolaou, in a study on organizational resilience in times of crisis. “With this agreement, we want to intensify scientific studies and production, and pair up Brazilian and foreign students in a great process of collaboration between universities and research groups”, he adds.
The new partnership comes to life shortly after the opening of the Center of Internationalization of Education Brazil-Australia, another initiative for collaboration with the Oceanian country. The Center is the fruit of the efforts of cooperation between the University and the Embassy of Australia in Brazil.
Torrens University offers undergraduate and graduate programs, both online and on-site, in its campuses in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Blue Mountains, and other cities in New Zealand and China. With around 20,000 students, the institution has some of the most prestigious programs in the areas of Business, Design and Creative Technology, Education, Health and Hospitality.
Torrens University brings an innovative, labor market-focused perspective to higher education and is committed and engaged to help students find a career they love more easily.