Mumbai, September 10, 2019
With an ambitious aspiration to moving a step ahead into the international foray, SVKM’s NMIMS (Deemed to be University) – Anil Surendra Modi School of Commerce (ASMSOC) and Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics (SAMSOE) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with University of Wollongong, Australia.
According to the Vice Chancellor of NMIMS, Dr. Rajan Saxena, “This partnership does not just aspire to better mobility, but also jointly create good programmes, research groups in different departments and pursue Global, Indian, regional challenges and move toward global scholarships, that will help our students learn about the world market.”



This prodigious ceremony marked off the long term relations with these two esteemed institutions that will optimize Global presence and make the institutions very unique and with this, NMIMS has opened a new chapter and paved their way for reaching the acme of global education. It was graced by the presence of respected dignitaries like Dr. Sharad Mhaiskar, Pro Vice Chancellor – NMIMS, Ms. Meena Saxena, Director International Linkages – NMIMS, Mr. Manish Dalmia, Director Marketing – NMIMS, Dr. Venkata Yanamandram, Senior Lecturer and Director, Assurance of Learning, University of Wollongong, Prof. Sangita Kher, I/C Dean ASMSOC and Prof. Amita Vaidya, Director SAMSOE.



Professor Charles Areni, the Executive Dean and Professor of Marketing in the Faculty of Business, Wollongong University, considers the “common vision and mission of both the institutions and believes strong potential in this partnership.
This ceremony was followed by a student interaction session wherein they were introduced to the impeccable campus of Wollongong and its details. The University of Wollongong is ranked 1st for global employability and scores an incredible 93.7% in QILT. It has sprawling campuses in Sydney, Singapore, Liverpool, to name a few and its global presence makes it exceedingly unique.