Col. Dr. P. Kaliraj, Vice Chancellor of Bharathiar University (BU) said the BU signed an MoU with the University of Melbourne, Australia, to introduce the new B.Sc., Blended programs in Physics and Chemistry (known as B.Sc., (Blended) Physics and B.Sc., (Blended) Chemistry from the academic year 2022-23.
The curriculum provided by the University of Melbourne, constitutes the syllabus and coursework for the blended course in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology.
However, BU will currently offer B.Sc., (Blended) Physics and B.Sc., (Blended) Chemistry for the academic year 2022-23 at its university departments.
The assessment and academic audit would be monitored by Melbourne University, on par with Melbourne UG courses.
Unlike a singular specific major degree program, the Blended Degree program targets higher standards by offering more laboratory hours, real time projects and interventions, with an effective mapping of basic and advanced theoretical work.
The course is primarily designed to help the Indian students gain an eligible Degree on par with the University of Melbourne, and thereby enable to pursue their PG/Masters in Australia and abroad, imparting a smooth transition.
Considering the limited availability of seats, interested students are requested to apply on or before the due date. Head over to more information, please visit https://b-u.ac.in/ug-admission-2022-23-bscblended-physics-bscblended-chemistry-association-university.