हैदराबाद विश्वविद्यालय
UNIVERSITY OF HYDERABAD

GLIMPSES OF OUR WORLD

What life in UoH looks like

INTL STUDENTS

The University offers academic programs in a large number of areas from anthropology to computer science, mostly for postgraduation.

180

foreign students now

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VIA 12 SCHOOLS, 18 DEPARTMENTS

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INTRODUCTION


The University of Hyderabad is a hub of academic activity, with over 5,000 students pursuing programs in 123 areas. Our programs are advanced and reflect the latest developments.

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Cheryl is a student of M. A. (Mass Comm.)
STUDENT SPEAK
Cheryl Goetze

Damascus, Syria

It’s not the 2 years at the campus as much as the 40 years after that a HCU education helps you the most. A phenomenally well-connected alumni network means.

Cheryl is a student of M. A. (Mass Comm.)
STUDENT SPEAK
Cheryl Goetze

Damascus, Syria

It’s not the 2 years at the campus as much as the 40 years after that a HCU education helps you the most. A phenomenally well-connected alumni network means.

Cheryl is a student of M. A. (Mass Comm.)
STUDENT SPEAK
Cheryl Goetze

Damascus, Syria

It’s not the 2 years at the campus as much as the 40 years after that a HCU education helps you the most. A phenomenally well-connected alumni network means.

Cheryl is a student of M. A. (Mass Comm.)
STUDENT SPEAK
Cheryl Goetze

Damascus, Syria

It’s not the 2 years at the campus as much as the 40 years after that a HCU education helps you the most. A phenomenally well-connected alumni network means.

Cheryl is a student of M. A. (Mass Comm.)
STUDENT SPEAK
Cheryl Goetze

Damascus, Syria

It’s not the 2 years at the campus as much as the 40 years after that a HCU education helps you the most. A phenomenally well-connected alumni network means.

UOH WELCOMES STUDENTS FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE!

"More than anything else, the University’s primary goal is to infuse a passion for research in its students."

Prof. R Sudarshan, Dean

The University Of Hyderabad accords a high priority to the internationalization of its teaching and research programs. The University has been accepting students from various countries, including Iran, Myanmar, Thailand, Mongolia, Syria, Tanzania, Yemen, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Philippines, Ethiopia, South Africa, Guyana, Uzbekistan and Japan.

The Study in India Program (SIP) attracts hundreds of students from Europe and North America for short-term courses. The University has seen an unprecedented visibility at the international level, with several top institutions of the world coming forward to enter into academic partnerships. Attempts are being made to undertake joint research and teaching projects.

The Office of International Affairs coordinates the University's international collaborations in close contact with the university leadership, various faculties and departments. Visit the office.

HIGH DIVERSITY
Students from 17 countries enrich UoH
  • Bangladesh
  • Ethiopia
  • Guyana
  • Iran
  • Japan
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Mongolia
  • Myanmar
  • Philippines
  • South Africa
  • Syria
  • Tanzania
  • Thailand
  • Uzbekistan
  • Vietnam
  • Yemen