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Manipal Institute of Technology announces dual degree program with Deakin University, Australia

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Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT), a constituent institute of Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), Manipal, has launched a dual-degree program in collaboration with Deakin University, Australia. The program offers students the choice of selecting their major from two discipline areas i.e. Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics Engineering. The 2-year BTech program at MIT and the 2-year Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) at Deakin University equip students with skills that enable them to create innovative solutions to real-world engineering problems.

Along with strengthening the student’s employment prospects within a competitive, international job market by providing a relevant curriculum and hands-on learning opportunities over four years, the program also boasts of offering seamless credit transfer between both institutions and a full-time student experience in India and Australia. While this helps save majorly on costs, on completion students will be awarded two degrees, BTech from MAHE Manipal and Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) at Deakin University, Australia.

The dual-degree course allows students to obtain two globally recognized undergraduate qualifications from leading universities in four years. Speaking on the collaboration, Cdr. (Dr.) Anil Rana, Director, MIT, said, “With this collaborative adventure with prestigious Deakin University, we are spanning continents, cultures, and knowledge fields in addition to strengthening academic ties.” MIT students who meet the eligibility criteria may be considered for the Deakin International Merit Scholarship (South Asia) that makes room for 20% or 25% tuition fee waiver.

For more information on respective programs, visit: BTech: Engineering Courses, Eligibility, Fees, Admission 2022 | MIT (manipal.edu) & Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) | Deakin

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