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UK and India agree to recognise each other’s qualifications


Higher education deal hailed as “a landmark, historic agreement”

University qualifications in India are to be officially recognised in the UK and vice versa, after an agreement was signed between the two countries.

British and Indian leaders signed a memorandum of understanding on 21 July as part of the UK-India Enhanced Trade Partnership agreed by UK prime minister Boris Johnson and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi last year.

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