The Jindal School of Government and Public Policy (JSGP) of OP Jindal Global University (JGU) has created international mobility opportunities for its students to study alongside international students both in India and abroad.
With this vision in mind, JSGP has created the opportunity for its students to earn two degrees through a partnership with Macquarie University in Australia. The MA students of Public Policy can now complete the first year of the programme in JSGP and join Macquarie University's Public and Social Policy programme in the second year and earn Master’s degrees from both universities. Similarly, BA Hons Public Policy students can join Macquarie University's BA Social Science programme after their first two years with JSGP. As a result, they will be eligible to earn two Bachelor’s degrees after four years of study.
Alongside the significant dual degree opportunity at Macquarie University, JSGP also offers dual degree opportunities with Australia's University of Queensland and the Queen Mary University of London. Other upcoming dual degree opportunities will be with Australia's Monash University and UK's Birmingham and Essex universities.
JSGP students can also opt for semester exchange or study abroad programmes at Berkeley, California, Gottingen and Julius Maximilians Universitat in Germany, St. Andrews in Scotland, and the Southern Queensland University and Federation University in Australia. Another mobility option for public policy and international affairs students is the International Relations and Global Public Policy Summer School in July 2022 at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, USA.
The founding vice-chancellor of OP Jindal Global University, C Raj Kumar said, “The dual degree programmes and other student mobility options will fulfil the vision of the National Education Policy 2020 that will enable Indian students to experience international education. The partnership with a leading Australian university will build upon the existing global collaborations that we have established with universities in the USA, UK, Europe, Asia and many other parts of the world.”