Both the Times Professional Learning and Monash College, Australia collaborated and announced the launch of Monash College International Pathways program. With the addition to this have also signed an MOU i.e. memorandum of understanding. Monash College International Pathways is a program which is designed for students who wish to pursue the undergraduate program in business at Monash University. The program will be conducted over eight months in India and will offer a guaranteed place in the second year at Monash University Australia or Malaysia with full credit for first-year studies. Talking about the partnership, Jo Mithen, Board Member and Chief Executive Officer, Monash College Pty Ltd said, “Education is undergoing a transition not only in terms of content but also in terms of its delivery. World-class universities are the embodiment of ideas and knowledge and the power to transcend boundaries and reach out to those who wish to imbibe them. However, campus life is necessary to understand, experience and learn about cultures, diversity and build deeper bonds. Monash College International Pathways is one of the effort to offer best of both worlds. Given India’s demographic and cultural bent towards education, it is the second-biggest growth driver in international education market after China. Indian students are thriving in universities across US, UK, Australia, Singapore, etc. However, the cost of education and stay have made the dream of quality international education unachievable for many aspirants. Anish Srikrishna the president of Times Professional Learning said that “Times Professional Learning is proud to associate with Monash College, Australia, to offer the innovative international pathways program and guide students towards a truly international education experience. The association is in keeping with our vision at Times Professional learning to bring world-class education to India by making it both accessible and affordable.