CQUniversity Australia: Transforming Lives by Education
South Asian students are the focus of CQUniversity Australia’s dedication to educating them as it marks its 20th year of relationship with Asia. Students from India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka have had access to the university’s educational opportunities.
Vice Chancellor and President of CQUniversity, Professor Nick Klomp, stated: “CQUniversity’s initiatives in the Asia area go beyond student recruiting. In order to support livelihoods, we strive to assist the community through student and staff volunteerism, placements, study abroad programmes, and research.
Through this collaboration, CQU has given scholarships to 72 kids, 62 of whom have finished their education and are now self-sufficient. Over 180 lives have been positively impacted by this cooperation, which is still expanding.
Since 2011, CQU has given the NGO AUD600,000 ($420,000) as part of its in-country scholarship programme. Vice Chancellor and President of CQUniversity Professor Nick Klomp stated, “We seek to serve the community through student and staff volunteerism, placements, study tours, research, and community welfare to support livelihoods.”