Short term internship program at IIT Hyderabad for Japanese students
Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad(IITH) has a unique collaboration with Japanese universities and industries. In order to strengthen and encourage the research collaboration between IITH and Japanese Universities, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad has come up with a short term internship program for Japanese Undergraduate Students.
IIT Hyderabad offers Joint Doctoral Degree Program with the Swinburne University, Australia. This program provides students with an exclusive opportunity to work in both the universities during their study period and earn a joint degree.
The doctoral student must complete his/her registration seminar before undertaking the visit. For Further details, please contact Office of Dean(IAR).
To know more about the program and Swinburne University, please follow this link: Click here
Foreign internship Program
The Foreign internship Program provides IIT Hyderabad students an opportunity of gaining international exposure. Under this program, the IAR office has set up the foreign internship application procedure. Students will get a global exposure and research intensive experience in their summers. For more details:
Student Exchange Program allows short-term visit by students between the two institutions on a reciprocal basis. The visiting student must be a full-time student enrolled in a degree program in their Home institution. Exchange program is open to full-time undergraduate and graduate students. Selection of students under such program depends on the discretion of the home and host institutions.
DUO-India Fellowship Programme is established in 2019 with the aim of promoting exchange of people between India and European countries on a balanced and permanent basis. For this program, only such institutes which are part of the Joint Research Projects under Scheme for Promotion of Academic and Research Collaboration (SPARC) are eligible to participate.
DUO-India aims to fund every year, 100 student-pairs for exchanges for one semester, starting from 2020 onwards aiming to provide mobility between Indian and European institutes. In this respect, DUO-India requires that a PAIR (two persons) of students be exchanged, and they should be from any of the collaborating institutes (both Indian and European) under SPARC projects.