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PSG Delegation Visits IGCHE Universities

Last week a delegation from PSG Institute of Advanced Studies visited Germany to attend our first IGCHE Alumni Meeting, visit IGCHE universities, meet current and former students, deepen the collaboration with telc and IIK and talk about further activities.

Dr Kanchana (Deputy Director of PSG IAS), Ms Kavitha and Ms Sushila (German Language Centre at PSG IAS) were warmly welcomed by the students and colleagues and were able to get a good impression of the universities in Bochum, Düsseldorf, Kiel and Gelsenkirchen. The many good discussions helped to further deepen our long-standing cooperation.

Finally, PSG IAS now has certified Telc examiners to conduct German language examinations for university admissions on site in Coimbatore.








First IGCHE Alumni Meeting

1st alumni meeting of the IGCHE at the Westfälische Hochschule: Around 35 graduates and some current students as well as the PSG delegation from Coimbatore were there and had a great time with conversations, memories, lab visits and coffee & cake. The graduates came from all parts of Germany and agreed that the reunion should become a regular event. So do we!







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New to IGCHE: Automobile Engineering

Prof. Dr. Dirk Fröhling, Prof. Dr. S. Neelakrishnan

Prof. Dr. Dirk Fröhling, IGCHE Chairman and Prof. Dr. S. Neelakrishnan, HoD of Automobile Engineering PSG College of Technology (left to right)

In 2023 PSG Institute of Advanced Studies is going to enroll Automobile Engineering students into the IGCHE programme for the first time. We are sure this offer will meet the demands of Indian students since Germany is considered to be the country for Automobile Engineering.

For admission and programme related queries, please visit PSG IAS website.

DHIK and IGCHE merge

Germany's largest consortium of Universities of Applied Sciences for international cooperations DHIK and IGCHE decided to merge. IGCHE will become the Indian pillar of the DHIK consortium, just like CDHAW for China and mdhk for Mexico.

For Indian students, this means more university options in Germany, as the DHIK currently comprises 37 universities. Student exchanges, guest lectures and research collaborations can be expanded and intensified.

The merger was agreed at the IGCHE consortium meeting in May and at the DHIK consortium meeting on June 10th.

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