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Study abroad

Our cooperation is a great opportunity to improve both your cultural understanding and knowledge on sustainability. We are able to financially support your exchange. For this please refer to the contact details provided below.

We are looking forward to your application!

Please check our blog to get first-hand impressions about staying in India and Germany.

Study in India

Please submit your application documents (CV, transcript of record) to Maximilian Rolinck, M.Sc. ( Let us know when and how long you want to stay in Pilani, India.

Study in Germany

Please submit you application documents (CV, transcript of record) to Prof. Kuldip S. Sangwan, Ph.D. ( Let us know when and how long you want to stay in Braunschweig, Germany.

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Testimonials, News and more

Our Blog

Our cooperation has many different elements.

One of which is the exchange of students and academic staff. This exchange we understand as the backbone of a successful cooperation. Please find below some testimonials of students, who had the chance to be part of the exchange.

Stay in Braunschweig, Report by Rishi Kumar

The word Germany first came to my mind when I took Mechanical engineering as my branch in my undergraduate. The name Germany was always related to perfection in my unconscious mind due to German Car companies like Mercedes and Audi. I always dreamt of going to Germany. Finally, this dream …

IGCSP | Stay in Germany, Report by Indians

Sunday, Report by Aishani Chakraborty and Chiranjeevi Vijayaraghavan Our first experience in Germany was the train journey from Hannover to Braunschweig. We were met with an enthralling scenic beauty. The view through the windows revealed a picturesque countryside with wide roadways, colourful graffiti and streets lined with houses of marked architectural …

Stay in Pilani, Report by Lars Koestrewa

Before the beginning of my journey to India, I was frequently told, that I should be prepared for a “culture shock”. But when I finally arrived in Delhi, I felt different. It wasn’t something I would call a “shock” rather, it was a fascination that would accompany me from the …