University of Wollongong, Australia, has entered into an agreement with Zensar Technologies, an IT and business process outsourcing services provider based in Pune, to set-up a unit in its innovation campus and is looking to get into agreement with 20 more Indian companies, mainly ICT companies, for doing so. According to Chris Grange, Vice-Principal (administration), University of Wollongong (UoW), Zensar has promised to set-up a unit which will have a workforce in the range of 100 to 200. Zensar will recruit around 70 to 80 % of its staff from the university only. He pointed out that ICT education is the strength of the university along with the research it carries out in the campus. He also mentioned that UoW can further help Indian companies in partnering with Australian companies and enhance their business opportunity for them. Grange further added, over the time UoW has observed that Indian companies have clear expansion plan as compared to the companies in the US, China and Europe which attracted the university to get into partnership with Indian companies. University of Wollongong is also exploring partnership with institutes in India for partnership in the field of research. The university currently has around 30 % Indian students enrolled in its ICT courses. Grange was accompanied by Adam Gilchrist, Australian cricketer and ambassador for the university who invited more Indian students to enroll in the university and assured that Indian student are safe in Australia.