Do Your Suitability Check for Study Abroad

Our institution is committed to enabling students to pursue higher education on an international level. This annexure highlights the key components of our International Higher Education Enablement program:

Comprehensive Guidance: We provide comprehensive guidance to students, helping them select suitable international universities like USA, Canada, Europe, and Australia and courses that align with their academic goals and career aspirations.

Admission Support: Our team assists students throughout the rigorous admission process, including preparation for standardized tests like IELTS, ensuring they secure enrolment in esteemed universities.

Visa Assistance: We offer support in visa application processes, easing the transition for students moving abroad for their education.

Scholarship Opportunities: We actively explore scholarship opportunities from universities in the USA, Canada, Europe, and Australia for universities like MIT, University of Toronto, University of Cambridge, and the University of Melbourne for students to help alleviate the financial burden of international education.

Our strategic partnerships with international institutions ensure that students have access to world-class education.

Global Bonds and Cross-Cultural Learning

Our commitment to fostering global bonds and cross-cultural learning is aimed at broadening the horizons of students. This annexure provides an overview of our initiatives in this area:

Student Exchange Programs: Our extensive international network and strategic partnerships with prestigious universities such as Harvard University (USA), University of Toronto (Canada), University of Oxford (UK), and the University of Sydney (Australia), enables us to organize transformative student exchange programs. These programs allow students to immerse themselves in diverse cultures, gain valuable insights, and develop a global perspective. Our exchange programs provide students with practical exposure to international practices, enriching their academic experience. Through these programs, students have the opportunity to engage with peers from different backgrounds, fostering cross-cultural understanding and empathy. Participation in our exchange programs not only enhances students’ knowledge but also equips them with essential life skills, such as adaptability and intercultural communication.

Examples of courses offered during these exchange programs include “Global Business Strategies” at Harvard University, “Multicultural Communication” at the University of Toronto, “Global Governance” at the University of Oxford, and “Sustainability and Environmental Management” at the University of Sydney. These courses provide students with a deeper understanding of global issues and cross-cultural dynamics.

Exchange programs can vary widely in terms of their names, durations, and the availability of sponsorship or scholarships. Below are some common exchange programs with their names and durations.

United States (USA):

  1. Fulbright-Nehru Student Research Program (Duration: 4-9 months):This program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, offers research opportunities for Indian students in the USA. It provides funding to cover expenses.
  2. Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship (Duration: Varies):This scholarship program offers financial support to U.S. undergraduate students studying abroad. While it’s not an exchange program for Indian students, it can benefit Indian students studying in the USA.


  1. Killam Fellowships Program (Duration: One semester or full academic year):The Killam Fellowships Program provides scholarships for undergraduate Indian students to study at select Canadian universities.
  2. Mitacs Globalink Research Internship (Duration: 12-24 weeks):Mitacs offers research internships for Indian students at Canadian universities. It includes financial support.

European Countries:

  1. Erasmus+ Exchange Program (Duration: Typically 3-12 months): Erasmus+ is a European Union program that supports student exchanges among European countries. Indian students may be eligible for Erasmus+ scholarships when participating in exchanges with European universities.
  2. DAAD Scholarship (Duration: Varies):The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) offers scholarships for Indian students to study in Germany. Duration varies based on the specific program.


  1. Australia Awards Scholarships (Duration: Varies):The Australia Awards Scholarships program offers financial support for Indian students pursuing higher education in Australia. Duration varies based on the level of study.
  2. New Colombo Plan (Duration: Varies):The New Colombo Plan provides funding for Australian students to study in the Indo-Pacific region, including India. While it’s primarily for Australian students, it can foster exchanges with Indian students in Australian institutions.


  1. ASEAN-India Research Training Fellowship (Duration: 6 months to 2 years):This program promotes research collaboration between Indian and ASEAN researchers. It includes funding.
  2. SAARC Fellowship Scheme (Duration: Varies):The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) offers fellowships for Indian students to study in other SAARC member countries
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