An agreement facilitating this was signed between the officials of University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, and city-based Dr B R Ambedkar Marathwada University (BAMU).
A meeting between 13 European and 12 Indian experts, including BAMU functionaries, finalised the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship norms and strategy for selection of candidates for the education and research collaboration.
Talking to PTI, Vijay Pandharipande, Vice-Chancellor of BAMU, said students, research scholars, post-doctorate students, senior professors and administrative officers can avail the benefit under the agreement. Representatives of institutes based in Portugal, Poland, Germany and Spain took part in the meeting.
Under the agreement, a centre of excellence at par with foreign standards would be set up at BAMU, he said. BAMU is the nodal agency for implementing the agreement, Pandharipande added.