Second cutoff list for UG Programmes declared

International Partners

Active Partnerships and Collaborations

S.No.

Name of collaborating (partner) institution

Description of agreement (purposes)

Beginning agreement date

Ending date

1.

Indiana University – Bloomington, Indiana, USA

Agreement of Academic Cooperation and Exchange between The Trustees of Indiana University on behalf of the Office of the Vice President for International Affairs and AUD: student and faculty mobility, collaborative research.

07.10.2016  (MoU)

07.10.2021

 

2.

Ludwigsburg University of Education, Germany

MoU on education and research cooperation in all fields of academic endeavor: student and faculty mobility, collaborative teaching (in situ and online)

30.08.2017 (MoU)

29.08.2021
 

3.

Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

For exchange of students, faculty and non-teaching staff under the Erasmus+ Programme

16.09.2015 (MoU)

September 2021

4.

Friends of AUD in the US

FAUD is public charity registered in the US state of California established to facilitate higher education activities involving AUD.

06.11.2012 (affidavit)

No fixed termination

5.

Kyoto University, Japan

Collaboration of School of Human Ecology with KU Department of Asian and African Studies: SHE doctoral scholar to KU for one month, repeated once a year.

September 2017 (collaboration letter)

September 2020

6.

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with Center for Modern Indian Studies (CeMIS), Georg-August-University of Göttingen, Germany

Student and faculty mobility programme: postgraduate, doctoral, post-doctoral, faculty per DAAD programme ‘A New Passage to India’.

March 2019 (collaboration letter)

February 2023

 

  Past Partnerships and Collaborations

S.no.

Name of collaborating (partner) institution

Description of agreement (purposes)

Beginning agreement date

Ending date

1.

University of Hawaii, USA

MoU between AUD and the University of Hawai’i, Manoa (Study Abroad Center): Study in Delhiprogramme.  9 UH students enrolled between 2013 and 2016 for one semester of one year in AUD School of Undergraduate Studies and School of Liberal Studies.  3 UH faculty members were engaged at AUD under the same programme.  UH students paid AUD tuition during their semesters of study.  UH faculty were paid by their parent institution.  UH faculty taught courses for which UH and AUD students registered and were awarded academic credit.

08.11.2012 (MoU)

May 2016

2.

Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI)

Research grant from the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI), under ‘INDNOR Programme’ (Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, May 2012).  ‘The state, globalization and industrial development in India’ (Project number 225825/H300). 

01.09.2013

01.09.2016

 

3.

International Institute of Social Studies and  Erasmus University, Netherlands

MoU between AUD and Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University, Netherlands

19.06.2013

19.06.2017

 

4.

Yale University, CT, USA

Agreement between Yale Universityand AUD Centre for Early Childhood Education and Development (CECED): research

22.04.2014

31.03.2015

 

 

5.

British Council education partnershipwith Royal College of Art, UK

Collaboration between AUD School of Design and the Royal College of Art (RCA), London: Knowledge Economy Partnerships 2013 Fund.  Short faculty visits.

28.10.2013

13.01.2014

 

6.

British Academy partnership with Nottingham Trent University, UK

Sustaining culture in local environments. Learning from the Indian handicrafts sector.

01.11.2014

31.10.2017

 

7.

San Francisco State University USA

Collaborative research, organizing seminars andworkshops, sharing of expertise on curricula and pedagogy, etc. (business studies)

09.04.2012

April 2017
(5 years)

8.

The Glasgow School of Art, UK

For exchange of students and staff under the Erasmus+ Programme.

01.09.2016

01.09.2017

9.

 

University of Brighton, UK

Research project title: ‘Making Liveable Lives: Rethinking Social Exclusion’ (PI: Dr. Niharika Banerjea)

15.06.2016

January 2017

10.

 

Yale University, CT, USA

Collaboration agreementw. CECED

01.09.2017

31.12.2018

11.

University of Northampton, UK

To promote 1) academic exchanges & faculty collaboration in teaching / research, initially and significantly, in social enterprise; 2) student exchanges; 3) design & Implementation of academic programmes (joint programme development, exploration of collaboration at course level, e.g. the MBA Social Enterprise)

04.03.2013

03.03.2016

12.

Bank Street College of Education, New York, USA

Collaboration on research projects of mutual interest and benefit; sharing of expertise on curricula and pedagogy, organising symposia, seminars, conferences, and joint projects; mutual exchange of resource for joint collaborative projects; exchange of students and faculty, development of joint educational programmes

15.07.2013

July 2018

13.

British Council with European Commission of the EU funding a consortium of AUD; Shiv Nadar University, Noida; Jadavpur University, WB; University of Hyderabad; King’s College London, UK; University of Bologna, Italy.

‘Enhancing quality, access and governance of undergraduate education in India’ (Project E-QUAL).  Partnership involved co-development of OER’s for use in blended learning material; 8 student and faculty conferences on e-learning; mobilities of faculty, students and project staff of the 6 partner institutions.

Signed in May 2014 (2013 – 2017)

May 2017

14.

Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSUD), USA

Collaboration Project.  Fulbright-Hays (U.S. Dept. of State and Fulbright Commission), Group Project Abroad Program: ‘State and Society in Modern India: aSeminar for Colorado Educators’ (May – June, 2018):  4 AUD faculty members were resource persons/lecturers.

 

May 2018 (2 weeks)

15.

University of Edinburgh, UK

‘Teaching Feminisms’: UGC - UKIERI project of AUD and University of Edinburgh with short exchanges of students and faculty in 2018 and 2019; public lectures.  (PI: Prof. Krishna Menon, School of Human Studies)

2017

2019

 

   Association/Consortium/Institute Memberships:

1.

Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute, 2016 -

2.

U. N. Global Compact Network India (GCNI), 2016 -

3.

Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes, USA, 2019 -

4.

Asia-Pacific Higher Education Network for Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage, 2018 -

5.

International Associationof Universities, 2013 -

6.

United States – India Educational Foundation, 2010 -

7.

Urban Knowledge Network Asia, 2011 -

8.

Humanities Across Borders (International Institute of Asian Studies, Netherlands, and Mellon Foundation, USA), 2017 -