Student Exchange Programme

To develop academic and cultural interchanges through mutual assistance in the areas of education and research, IIM Kashipur reinforces its cooperative relations with its ever-increasing partner institutions. IIM Kashipur and its esteemed partners, in a Memorandum of Understanding, decided to cooperate in areas including the programs offered at their institutions through activities or programs relating to business education of the following types:

Short-term Exchange of Students;
Exchange of Faculty; and
Development of Joint Research Activities

The following are the partners of IIM Kashipur:

  1. Aalborg University, Denmark
  2. Alba Business School, Greece
  3. Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
  4. Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University, Israel
  5. CTBC Business School, Taiwan
  6. ESDES Lyon, France
  7. FPT, Vietnam
  8. International Center for Promotion of Enterprises, Slovenia
  9. Kardan University, Afghanistan
  10. Linnaeus University, Sweden
  11. Salford University, United Kingdom
  12. Soochow University, Taiwan
  13. Turiba University, Latvia
  14. University of Lima, Peru
  15. Woosong University, South Korea

In the flagship student exchange program, students from IIM Kashipur can complete their one trimester in one of the partner university. It aims to send the best of students to its partner institutes, where students are evaluated on several parameters before getting nominated. Also, IIM Kashipur hosts exchange students from its partner institutes, which is culturally and academically immersive program.

We also encourage short term exchange program (typically ranges from a week or two) from our partner institutes, which is a bespoke program. IIM Kashipur aims to become an institute of international excellence in the upcoming years. In the journey, it aims to expand its presence via collaborations with prominent institutes around the world. Every collaboration with IIM Kashipur strives to generate value for the students and more importantly society at large.


Aalborg University,
Denmark​

Alba Business School,
Greece

Asian Institute of Technology,
Thailand​

Coller School of Management​
Tel Aviv University,
Israel​

CTBC Business School,
Taiwan​

ESDES Lyon,
France​

FPT,
Vietnam​

ICPE,
Slovenia​

Kardan University,
Afghanistan

Linnaeus University,
Sweden​

Salford University,
United Kingdom​

Soochow University,
Taiwan​

Turiba University,
Latvia​​

University of Lima,
Peru​

Woosong University,
South Korea​