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Washington University in St. Louis
has embarked on several initiatives in India
Washington University in St. Louis
has embarked on several initiatives in India
Washington University in St. Louis
has embarked on several initiatives in India
Washington University in St. Louis
has embarked on several initiatives in India
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WELCOME

Washington University in St. Louis has embarked on several initiatives in India, working collaboratively with its primary partners through the McDonnell International Scholars Academy. The partner universities are Indian Institute of Technology Bombay; Tata Institute of Social Science; Jawaharlal Nehru University and Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. In addition, there are several corporate partners working collaboratively with the team of Universities. There are 150 faculty at Washington University connected to India or have projects underway.

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We are updating our database of individuals interested in our India Initiative.  If you would like to periodically receive information from Washington University on India related activities, please fill in the form below. Thank you.








Highlights of Activities

More than 25 collaborative, trans-disciplinary research projects in Clean Energy and Environment. Major funded initiatives in Energy, Environment and Development.

Educational Programs (Short Courses, Joint Degree, Certificate Program, Student Exchanges).  Flagship program is joint EMBA degree program with IIT Bombay

About 150 Washington University faculty with India connections. Network of Faculty (more than 30 with collaborative projects in India)

Network of PhD and UG Students

News

Washington University Forum for India, December 15 & 16, 2017, Leela Palace Hotel, New Delhi.  Please save the date to hear from faculty experts on some projects underway in India.