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Macquarie University has been participating in Cotutelle degree programs since and Cotutelle programs are a formal component of our research strategy. The aim is to establish deep, continuing relationships with international research universities through joint research candidate supervision. In , we had over Cotutelle and Joint PhD candidates with more than universities from over 35 countries led by China, Germany and France. Over the past decade Macquarie University has firmly established itself as the Australian leader in research training. We aim to ensure that we continue to lead as we expand our international research training programs with a particular and deliberate focus on quality across four perspectives; candidates, programs, collaborating university partners and funding sources.
Our bachelor's degrees provide students with a large amount of practical experience, helping them to be better prepared as they enter the professional world. The UAB offers a series of programmes for international students who wish to study in Barcelona for a semester or an academic year. Master's degrees and graduate diplomas at the UAB are a major tool to update your knowledge and develop your career. The UAB is a talent pool of top-level researchers, connected to an extensive network of businesses and institutions and offering world-class research facilities. The challenge consists in an oral presentation of their research, lasting a maximum of four minutes and aimed at a general public.