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University of Cologne Regional Branch Office– India & South Asia

(Bangladesh · Bhutan · Nepal · Sri Lanka)

 

The University of Cologne Regional Office in India is officially registered as a branch office of the University of Cologne. The office exists since 2009 in New Delhi and initially catered to the Indian region. Since January 2021, the office expanded its services to the South Asian region, namely to the countries Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka.

The Office serves as the first point of contact for faculty and students in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and University of Cologne. It functions as a key link between the University of Cologne and the academic landscape in India and in South Asia and provides assistance to bridge the cultural and structural gap that might exist through administrative efforts in order to make cooperation between institutions in partner countries successful.

The University of Cologne Regional Branch Office in India is situated in the German House in New Delhi at 21, Jor Bagh, New Delhi- 110003. Jor Bagh is a centrally located area in the capital city of India with easy access to the metro station, to the German Embassy, and to many other important landmarks in the city.  The German House is home to offices of various other German organizations having a lawful presence in India.

Best Practices

Since the establishment of the University of Cologne India Office, we have been able to support numerous projects between Indian and German partners. Here is a small selection of examples that makes our versatile offer more tangible.

Web-Talk Series: Implications of COVID-19 on Health Care Systems

Web-Talk Series: Implications of COVID-19 on Health Care Systems

13 April 2021 — Implications of COVID-19 on Geriatric Care with DWIH New Delhi
Cologne Summer School 2021

Cologne Summer School 2021

23 August - 2 September 2021 — "A Digi-Journey through India, Indonesia and Germany"
Online Workshop: Grant Writing and Management

Online Workshop: Grant Writing and Management

2-3 December 2021 — Methods and technical know-how to prepare successful International Research Proposals with DWIH New Delhi & Max Planck Society

Your Way to India

If you are a professor, researcher, or student at the University of Cologne, here you will find paths to India tailored to your current situation.

Your Way to Cologne

If you are a professor, researcher, or student in India or South Asia, here you will find paths to the University of Cologne tailored to your current situation.

For Study

For Study

Bachelor studies, Studienstart International, Master studies

Network & Collaborations

Through its network and regional expertise, the UoC India Office opens up a variety of cooperation opportunities, as in the case of the Centre for International Relations at the UoC's Faculty of Medicine (ZIB Med):

"Thanks to the outstanding support of Dr. Amisha Jain from the UoC India Regional Office the Medical Faculty was able to initiate a collaboration with the renowned All India Institute for Medical Sciences. Dr. Jain's profound knowledge ot the Indian Higher Education system and her network with University administrators and researchers all over India proved extremely valuable in establishing cooperation for student exchange and medical research."
Dr. Benjamin Köckemann, Head of ZIB Med, Faculty of Medicine, UoC

Indo-German Third Party Funded Projects

Indo-German Third Party Funded Projects

Collaboration projects between the University of Cologne & Indian Institutes of Higher Education
German Centre for Research and Innovation (DWIH) New Delhi

German Centre for Research and Innovation (DWIH) New Delhi

Network of German research organisations, universities, funding bodies
Indian University Partnerships

Indian University Partnerships

Indian partner universities & Institutes of Higher Education

Contact

The UoC Regional Branch Office in India is headed by Dr. Amisha Jain. She is a lawyer by profession, and has spent several years working in Germany. Her doctoral work in India focused on Indian Forest Laws and Rights of the Indigenous people of India. Her work profile consists of preparing the annual strategy of Indian and South Asia academic activities and to inform about the latest research landscape and education policies in India and in South Asia.

Dr. Amisha Jain
Head of the University of Cologne Branch Office in New Delhi
Phone: +91-11-46063410
Email: amisha.jainSpamProtectionuni-koeln.de

Address:
German House, Building Number 21
Jor Bagh, New Delhi- 110003, INDIA

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