IIT Madras Partnered with Asia-Oceania Top University League on Engineering

IIT Madras recently joined hands with Asia-Oceania Top University League on Engineering (AOTULE) which is going to act as a boon to the students and faculty of the institution as they will get to collaborate with their counterparts in the consortium of eleven premiere engineering universities in Asia-Oceania region.

Created On: Dec 6, 2014 16:50 IST

IIT Madras was recently admitted as one of the members of the AOTULE Consortium (Asia-Oceania Top University League on Engineering), which will act as a gateway to numerous opportunities for the faculty and students of IIT Madras to collaborate with their counterparts in the consortium of eleven premiere engineering universities in Asia-Oceania region.

IIT Madras was invited to attend the 9th AOTULE Meeting and Conference at the University of Melbourne, Australia, in November 2014 as an observer. But unanimously it was offered Membership in the Consortium.

The AOTULE Consortium promotes inter-institutional co-operation through joint programmes including an annual Dean’s meeting, a student workshop and exchange of students and staff, in order to improve the quality of engineering education and research of the members.

It focuses to broaden participating students’ perspectives through cross-cultural interactions. Consortium membership includes highly-ranked universities such as University of Melbourne, Tsinghua University (China), Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Nanyang Technical University (Singapore), KAIST (Korea) and Tokyo Institute of Technology.

Important points:

  1. IIT Madras recently became a member to Asia-Oceania Top University League on Engineering (AOTULE)
  2. IIT Madras was invited to attend the 9th AOTULE Meeting and Conference, where it was offered its membership.
  3. Membership will seek to open multiple opportunities for the faculty and students of IIT Madras to collaborate with their counterparts in the consortium of eleven premiere engineering universities in Asia-Oceania region.

 

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