The University of Adelaide will hold its first-ever open day session in New Delhi tomorrow. The open day is being organized with the aim to attract more "highly innovative" Indian students. The Australian university earlier had about 40-50 seats for Indian students, but is now planning to expand the number of seats for Indian students to 300. The expansion is being planned because the university felt that Indian students have the ability to add value to the university which is more inclined toward research.
Talking about the Indian students, University of Adelaide's India representative Amith V Kumar said, "Indians are highly innovative and have excelled in the research field. That is why we are planning to open about 300 seats for admissions in various disciplines for the Indian students." Read Here: Study in Australia: Application, Eligibility, and Visa Requirements
At the open day session, over 10 academicians and professors from the university will assist aspirants in the admission process and career prospects ahead.
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