Two universities from the Australian State of Victoria, which is home to world-class education institutions, has been listed in the top 100 of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-2016.
The rankings were relea
The UAE and Saudi Arabia are Australia's State of Victoria's largest food and fibre export markets in the region with 331 million Australian dollars ($232 million) and 200 million Australian dollars in exports respectively, accounting
The Australian State of Victoria has brought back ‘Victoria Week’ for a third consecutive year as it continues to build on the strong trade and investment links with the Middle East
The mission will commence in Muscat, Oman
Oman has signed an agreement with the Australian State of Victoria for collaboration on food production besides getting its expertise in water management and for partnerships in agribusiness.
The Australian State of Victoria Minis
More than 100 leading companies from the Australian state of Victoria will showcase their products and services during their visit to Dubai, as part of a trade mission next month.
The third Super Trade Mission to the Middle East,
The Victoria Government Business Office (VGBO) will exhibit at SIAL Middle East, a major B2B event for the food, drink and hospitality industries, in an effort to grow its billion dollar exports to this key market for the Australian state.
The Australian state of Victoria is set to launch a week-long series of events and activities to further develop trade and business opportunities within the region.
The ‘Victoria Week’ will start on September 21, in a
Participation of companies from the Australian state of Victoria in this year’s edition of Automechanika Middle East Trade Show, a top automotive aftermarket expo in Dubai, has increased by 30 per cent.
Over fifteen Victorian companies fro
The government of the Australian State of Victoria has launched the 2013 round of the Victorian International Research Scholarships to attract top-performing scholars from Bahrain and help them complete their PhD in the state.
Emirati students studying at Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria put up a showcase of the UAE culture, as part of the University’s International student Support Team’s Engage programme.
Twenty-two year-old Waleed Ali Salem Al Harbi, a B