Questionnaire for Indian students in Bavaria

The Bavarian Indian Centre (BayIND) conducts a poll for Indian students in Bavaria. By taking part you have the chance to win a prize (see photos below). This survey will take around 15 minutes to answer and intends to further understand the situation of Indian students and to find possible fields with improvement potential (e.g. information about studying in Germany, welcoming programmes, providing further services etc.).

 

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Seed funding for cooperation between Bavarian and Indian Universities

BayIntAn is a funding programme that provides mobility funding for researchers at Bavarian Universities for the initiation of international research cooperation. Apply now until the 10th March 2020!

 

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Season's Greetings

 

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Record number of Indian students in Bavaria

The number of Indian students has almost doubled in the last five years throughout Germany. More students come to Bavaria than to other federal states.

 

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BayIND at BEGIN Edu Fair 2019

BayIND is regularly representing Bavarian universities at education fairs in India to promote study programmes and PhD possibilities in Bavaria. This autumn, BayIND was present at the education fair of the Begin Group in New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.

 

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Colourful, diverse, loud and impressive

Several people asked, "India? isn't that dangerous? Why do you want to go there?" Some of our family members or friends may have been shocked by our travel plans to India, but we did not care, because we recognised the BayIND Summer School as a great opportunity. As students of various disciplines, enrolled at Bavarian universities, we travelled to India in September to get a unique glimpse. By Sofie Flurschütz

 

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