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December 20, 2019 Friday 03:29:07 PM IST

Indo-German Partnership in Higher Education

International Edu News

The Indo-German Partnerships in Higher Education (IGP) jointly funded by India and Germany has been extended for another four years from 1 July 2020, to 30 June 2024. The Indo-German Partnership programme will involve investments of Euros 3.5 million each by India and Germany and will focus exclusively on higher education. The call for proposals under the second phase of the programme is due early December 2019. Indian students studying in Germany has risen 18.44% in 2019 over last year with a total number of 20,810 students enrolled in Winter Semester 2018-19.  Indians also form the 2nd largest group of international students enrolled at German universities. The total number of international students in Germany has grown by 5.3%.

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