The UNSW Business School and Jindal Global Business School at Jindal Global University (JGU) have announced an agreement, which will allow students at JGU to be accepted into the UNSW Master of Commerce degree program.

"This aligns closely to the 2025 UNSW strategy for developing international partnerships with global impact," said UNSW Business School's Professor Richard Dunford Associate Dean, International & External Relations.

"This is a great new pathway into the Master of Commerce degree for students in India. We look forward to receiving the first students in Term 1 2019 and working closely with JGU," he said.

JGU, located in Haryana in India, and UNSW Business School, in Sydney in Australia, have agreed that students completing the JGU-UNSW articulation pathway will receive a Master of Commerce degree from UNSW.

Students at JGU enrolled in the Integrated Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) and the Master of Business Administration or the Master of Business Administration will be eligible for advanced standing (recognition of prior learning) of up to to 4 courses or 24 Units of Credit (UOC). 

Students may complete the remaining 72 UOC in one year depending on their chosen specialisation. Standard admission and English Language requirements apply. All teaching at UNSW will be in English.  


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