Eight state-run universities form the Indo-German Center for Higher Education (IGCHE) and offer mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, mechatronics and computer science programmes. IGCHE partners with PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, and Vel Tech Rangarajan Dr. Sagunthala R&D Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai. These institutes are among the top ten of the Times Top 140 Engineering Institutes 2019.
You will study three years in India while getting German language training as part of the curriculum from day one. Your final year will be in Germany at one of the German universities, attending classes with German mates, followed by an internship and your bachelor thesis in the industry. These are the outstanding benefits:
- Choose from two Indian and eight German universities
- Study a programme with a strong focus on German language qualification and substantial practical orientation
- Take advantage of the high-quality, highly subsidized German education system
- Get an internationally recognised German degree that makes you eligible to work in Germany
- Achieve the opportunity to continue your studies with a master programme in Germany without being affected by quotas for foreign students
Germany is one of the most popular destinations for international students, IGCHE universities are distributed all over Germany.
Fluency in German opens excellent opportunities with respect to employability at leading German and Indian companies.
Application at PSG is now open! How to apply:
- Go to www.igche.de and download the PSG IGCHE Brochure for information
- Visit PSG IAS Undergraduate Programmes
- Read the details and make up your mind on which programme to choose
- Apply online on the same web page
Deadline is 30th June 2020
To find out more, go to www.igche.de
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