The department of International Relation has been established to stimulate curiosity for and love for learning globally, which widens the scope of educational opportunity and access of student.
Chandigarh University works closely with leading Universities around the world. An internationalised university is concerned with the development of a multicultural community of students and staff, preparing its students for global political and social environments, and the development of international alliances in research, education and business.
There are no boundaries to the pursuit of knowledge at CU. Through strategic alliances and links with foreign universities, the standard of education at CU is currently at par with the best in the world. The University conducts higher studies and student exchange programs, faculty exchange and development programs, Internships, short courses & scholarly meetings, lectures, conferences, workshops, collaborative research, exchange of publications and teaching materials with respect to each University. These international collaborations allow students, visiting scholars and faculty from partner universities around the world to spend time at the University in ways that have deepened and broadened teaching-learning process, research and consultancy, etc.
We are committed to strengthening the collaboration in the following areas:
“We’re moving towards a future where globally networked university ‘systems’ will be needed to meet rapidly increasing demand in research and education.”
Collaborating with other universities and sharing knowledge and resources with universities and academic communities throughout the world is an important part of Chandigarh University’s international mission. Office of International relations is responsible for developing a coherent corporate strategy to promote Chandigarh University’s international relations, global profile and international competitiveness. International Centre at Chandigarh University defines a strategic partnership as an alliance which covers several areas such as:
“More and more we’re finding that students expect an international aspect to their degree and industry are demanding that graduates can operate in the global environment from day one.”
Our view is that collaborations work best bottom-up, driven by the shared interests of academics and in the service of great teaching and research. Office of International Relations is a nodal point to contact for any query regarding admissions for Study abroad programmes.
Admissions are based on academic performance in the Class XII or equivalent examination and satisfying the guidelines of the respective councils governing the engineering, Medicine, allied health sciences, and architecture education. This may expand your career opportunities in an increasingly globalised world. You may think you can ignore international relations - but international relations won't ignore you!