Projects in India

India is the world’s third largest economy and one of its most populous, with a population projected to overtake China over the next 20 years.  Western Australia and India share a deep and mature relationship.

India is a key trading partner across a number of goods and services and a key source of skilled migrants and students.  Increasing prosperity and a rising middle-class in India is leading to a wealth of opportunities for Western Australia.

Redesigning the Indian Suburb: A Cross-Cultural Initiative

UWA architecture students participate in regular student exchanges to India, working in a collaborative studio with students from the School of Architecture and Planning, Anna University, Chennai with the common goal of addressing design problems relevant to the contemporary Indian context.

Increasing Food Security in India

Ensuring the strength and resilience of key food crops is critical to achieving long-term food security, and this will help chickpea farmers in India to be more resilient to climate change.

 
"I am confident that in the coming decades the city of Perth will grow in importance as a centre of business, educational and technological excellence in the region. This State will also continue to develop as the epicentre of a global resource and mineral supply economy delivering the growth that has seen an economic power shift to the Asian and Indian Ocean regions." Michael Chaney
Chancellor, The University of Western Australia