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Exchange Programme with Hyderabad University

06. Okt. 2014

Heidelberg University has established a M.A. Student Exchange Programme with the University of Hyderabad, India. The agreement allows three students per academic year from the Master Programme in Transcultural Studies or South Asian Studies to spend one semester in Hyderabad, starting from January 2015. Applications are accepted until October 30th, 2014.

The disciplines at the University of Hyderabad that fall within the Agreement range from Art History to Fine Arts and Performance/Communication Studies to History, Sociology, Regional Studies and Anthropology. Students can choose any subject within the faculties of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Sarojini Naidu School of Arts & Communication, Performance and Music.

A successful application at the Graduate Programme Office of the Heidelberg Centre for Transcultural Studies (HCTS) will provide a waiver of tuition fees and free housing (lodging and food). The successful applicant will study for the spring term (January-April 2015) and courses completed successfully will be fully credited.

Interested M.A. students can apply with an up-to-date transcript of records and a letter of motivation, outlining what classes are sought to be taken at which centre, department or school. Applications can be submitted at the latest by October 30th, 2014. Applicants will then be invited to an informal interview.

For further questions, please contact Lars Stöwesand, Office of the Registrar, South Asia Institute, or Jule Nowoitnick, coordinator of the M.A. Transcultural Studies. The exchange programme has been initiated and conceptualised by Prof. Dr. Monica Juneja.

The University of Hyderabad was founded in 1974 and ranks among the top ten Universities of India. With 46 different Departments and Centres, the University has over 400 faculties and over 5000 students. The urban campus covers an area of more than 9 square kilometres in Hyderabad, whereas Hyderabad itself is well-connected to other cities in India.


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