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Student exchange program

Student exchange programs enable students to understand each other’s countries, business practices and culture. This gives students an edge when it comes to international opportunities. Students of SDMIMD have the enriching educational opportunity of participating in foreign exchange programmes. SDMIMD has collaborated with high-profile, international management institutes of repute to conduct Student Exchange Programmes every year for an understanding of management from an international perspective. 

SDMIMD has Student Exchange Programs with the Texas A&M University, USA; Shanghai University, China; University of Bordeaux, France; ESC Pau, France; University of Montevideo, Uruguay; Abu Dhabi University, UAE; British University in Dubai; Heilbronn University, Germany; Universidad EAN, Colombia, Suramerica; National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan; Universidad Sergio Arboleda, Colombia; Business Analytics Institute, Europe; EAE Business School, Spain; La Rochelle Business School, France, Montpellier Business School, France & University of Dundee, Scotland. Every year, students can opt to study for one term at either of the above Institutes. Such students are put through a selection process, which also includes an interview. Various parameters like academic performance, performance in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities are taken into consideration to draw up the final list of candidates to study in the foreign universities.

2021-22 so far

Student Exchange Program 2022

As part of the students exchange program 17 select students will be visiting 7 different international foreign universities for a whole term of study in this academic year. The experience of having different pedagogy is invaluable for their growth. Besides the facility to do cases and projects with students of other nationalities and background affords cross-cultural understanding. Further, the evaluation techniques used in these schools enable students to be on their toes and prove their mettle.

In addition twelve students were selected for exchange to universities abroad, but because of visa issues related to the pandemic, they could not take up the visit.