With over 300+ international MoUs across the globe, Vellore Institute of Technology has a strong international presence across the world. The International Relations of Vellore Institute of Technology with institutes and universities all over the world helps the students to explore diverse environments and various cultures across the globe. International Relations help the institute to connect students and faculty with peers across the entire planet. The international partner universities are spread in countries throughout the world – Europe, USA, Asia, Australia, Canada, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Africa, and South America.
The list of international partnering university is quite long and visit the below link to check them out!
VIT itself, provides education to students not only from India but from abroad as well. Evidently, VIT as an international institute can be sensed from the increase in the number of foreign students on campus to pursue their higher education.
The students get a chance to visit other international partner universities in their last semester under the Semester Abroad Programme (SAP). VIT’s Semester Abroad programme aims to encourage students from all streams to pursue their final semester in one of the international partner universities abroad. The Office of International Relations organizes a roadshow to students in their pre-final year and all are invited to participate. The international program is pursued by both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
VIT also offers an International Transfer Programme (ITP) where the students can opt for studying at a partner university after completing their 2 years of their bachelor’s degree in VIT. The students can opt for International Transfer Programme in partner universities in the USA, UK, Sweden or Australia. This international program is offered to Engineering streams. Also, the International Relations of VIT brings in over 175+ faculties from foreign universities to take up teaching and researching assignments and tasks at VIT. International programs don’t end here. There are internships available all over the globe for the students to earn a stipend and get valuable work experience.
International Relations would help in the considerable increase in the presence of foreign students and faculty on the campus. Such presence would help in a student-friendly, diverse environment with faculty experienced in many major fields. With the latest addition of the Institute of Eminence to VIT, there is an expected increase in International Relations with various universities around the world.
His Excellency Jean de Dieu MOUKAGNI-IWANGOU, Minister of State Ministry of Higher Education of Scientific Research and Technology Transfer, Government of Gabon and Mr Serge Thierry MANDOUKOU OMBRGUE, Cultural Counsellor, Embassy of Gabon in India visited VIT stall at the FICCI Higher Education Summit held at New Delhi.
Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) today has signed a MoU with School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) of George Washington University (GWU) to establish a Preferred International Partnership Program that allows students who have obtained their bachelor’s degree within the five years preceding their application to GWU or who will graduate with a bachelor’s degree from VIT in the year preceding their application to GWU the option to apply for a GWUSEAS Graduate degree program with Graduate Program application fee waiver and enhanced opportunity for scholarships.
International Relations Office of VIT organised a FAM tour to delegates from Madagascar, Benin, Bangladesh, Gabon and Morocco.
VIT welcomes the first batch of 8 PhD candidates from Ghana who came , as part of the capacity building agreement between VIT, Periyar African Foundation (PAF) and Ghana Technical Universities. Through this agreement, VIT will help faculty from various technical Universities in Ghana to upgrade their qualifications and enhance their skills.
VIT - Vellore and Shandong University of Technology (SDUT), Zibo, China jointly organized 2nd International Summer school on “International summer school on Internet of things and Data Analytics" during 1-13 August 2019. There are 26 students and a faculty member from SDUT have participated in this programme. This summer school combines lectures and hands-on exercises with the use of open-source software tools available on IoT techniques with the small electronic device embedded in objects, machines and things that connect to wireless networks and sends and receives data. They also have got an exposure to techniques and processes of data analytics automated into mechanical processes and algorithms that work over raw data for human consumption. VIT Vice President Mr. Sankar Viswanathan appreciated the summer school participants from China with the course completion certificates. VIT University International Office team and Faculty members of the School of Computer Science and Engineering have jointly coordinated this programme.