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Quad fellowship for students for STEM-designated courses in the US, says Biden at Quad Summit

Every year, 25 students from each of the four nations will be chosen to study master’s and post-doctoral degrees in STEM subjects at renowned US universities, thanks to the generosity of private benefactors. US President Joe Biden announced on Friday a new “scholarship” that will allow Quad member students to pursue higher education and advanced degrees in “STEM programs” in the United States, in what is much-anticipated news. The statement was made on Friday at the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue’s much-anticipated first in-person meeting.

In his remarks at the Quad Leaders’ Summit in Washington, Biden said, “Today, we are also launching a new Quad fellowship for students from each of our Quad countries to pursue advanced degrees in leading stem programs here in the United States, representing an investment in the leaders, innovators, and pioneers of tomorrow.”

India, Japan, and Australia are the other members of the Quad, in addition to the United States. Students from these nations will now have more options to pursue their dreams in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in the United States. Every year, 25 students from each of the four nations will be chosen to study master’s and post-doctoral degrees in STEM subjects at renowned US universities, thanks to the generosity of private benefactors.

“We made clear pledges to a shared and constructive agenda for a free and open Indo-Pacific when we met six months ago,” the US president was reported as saying by news agency ANI. Biden stated, “Today, I am delighted to announce that we are making excellent progress.” He went on to say that the four world leaders share a shared philosophy and outlook for the future and that they are joining forces to “take on important concerns of our time.”

Every year, 25 students from each of the four nations will be chosen to study master’s and post-doctoral degrees in STEM subjects at renowned US universities, thanks to the generosity of private benefactors. “We made clear pledges to a shared and constructive agenda for a free and open Indo-Pacific when we met six months ago,” the US president was reported as saying by news agency ANI. Biden stated, “Today, I am delighted to announce that we are making excellent progress.” He went on to say that the four world leaders share a shared philosophy and outlook for the future and that they are joining forces to “take on important concerns of our time.”

At the White House, Biden hosted the leaders of the four countries, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the meeting, Modi was joined by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Japan’s Yoshihide Suga. PM Modi met with Vice President Biden for the first time since the Democrat took office earlier in the day to discuss urgent problems like trade, Covid-19, climate challenges, and Indo-Pacific stability.

Abhishek Shah

Abhishek Shah

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