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German Resource Center at DSU

During the first quarter of 2014, DSU established a German Resource Center (GRC) after an MOU was signed with Eurasia Institute for International Education (EIIE) located in Berlin, Germany for collaboration and establishment of a long-term relationship to advance shared objectives and vision in order to promote cooperation in international education. EIIE has been working for more than 20 years in the area of training international students from all around the world in the German language, and thus, has been creating pathways for them to advance their education and careers through the world-class universities of Germany.

Under the terms of the MOU, one major item of collaboration between DSU and EIIE is the establishment of a German Resource Center (GRC) at DSU to impart training in German language by a native German teacher to students of DSU and other educational institutes (schools, colleges, universities). The aim of GRC is to facilitate the exploitation of educational, industrial and research opportunities provided by institutions and industries of Germany.

As per the MOU, EIIE will also assist DSU in establishing collaborative linkages with German universities in order to promote the exchange of students and faculty. In addition to this, EIIE will be organizing summer camps of two weeks for the students of DSU to acquaint them with the language, culture, universities and industries of Germany. The aim of these summer camps is to enable students to explore Germany as a destination for higher studies and to encourage them to benefit from the opportunities that the vibrant job market of Germany offers.

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Vision

"To become a globally recognized institution of higher education and research which would extend the frontiers of knowledge and contribute significantly in nation building."

Mission

"To achieve high standards in teaching, learning and research for becoming a world renowned academic institution."