In alignment with Symbiosis International University’s motto of “VasudaivKutumb”- World is a family, SCMHRD is driven by the spirit of providing global exposure to the aspiring managers of future.

The objectives of SCMHRD’s process of Internationalization are-

  1. To enable the students and the faculty members gain global exposure though various exchange programs.
  2. To develop research-based collaborations across various institutes in the World.
  3. To develop academic collaborations through partnerships and scholar-in-residence program.

In the rapidly globalising world student’s exposure to international learning is enhanced at SCMHRD through provisions of ample opportunities like Summer Schools, Winter schools and Semester Exchange Programs. Universities like Leeds Beckett (UK), Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL) (Germany), Telecom de Ecole (TEM) (Paris), Dauphine University (Paris), Munich University, ESC Rennes (Paris), University of Bremen (Germany) and many more.

Additionally, faculty members at SCMHRD are also encouraged to take teaching opportunities at different universities world over like Telecom de Ecole (School of Mines), Nottingham Trent University (Nottingham), Deakin University (Australia), Berlin School of Economics and Law (Germany), University of Cologne (Germany), Montpellier

SCMHRD also boasts of providing in class international exposure to its students in terms of having faculty members from University of Michigan, Leeds Beckett University, conduct sessions on the SCMHRD campus for the students from various specializations. Some of the eminent faculty members include

  1. Prof DamodarGolhar, Haworth College of Business, Western Michigan University,USA
  2. Prof. Suneel Kunameneni, Leeds Beckett University
  3. Prof. Markus Loecher, BSEL
  4. Prof Rameshwar Dubey, Montpellier
  5. Prof. Rajaram Govindrajan, Esade Business School
  6. Prof.Priya Raghubir, Stern School of Business, New York
  7. Prof.Yogesh Dwiwedi, Swansea University, UK
  8. Prof.Nezi Altey

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Globalization is one of the most transformative forces of our times and it has not left any aspect of our lives untouched. Higher education too hasn’t been left untouched. The process of providing international exposure in the Post graduate program in rooted in the DNA of SCMHRD. As a constituent of Symbiosis International (Deemed University), which fosters international understanding through quality education, SCMHRD does stand up to the vision of SIU .

At SCMHRD various opportunities are offered to students to gain international exposure. There are summer school s offered by Maastricht University, Munich University, Hanyang University, Bremen University, Telecom Ecole de Management etc. In addition to this there are opportunities provided to pursue dual degree and semester exchange in semester 1 and semester 4 respectively. The dual degree tie up is with Universities like Berlin School of Economics and Law, Telecom Ecole de Management and Deakin University. The semester exchange tie up is with ESC Rennes, Deakin University and RMIT Australia to name a few. SCMHRD seeks to increase tie-ups with other universities and endeavors to provide semester exchange opportunities to students across all semesters.

SCMHRD believes in the holistic process of internationalization which means that just as students get opportunities to travel abroad the faculty members too can avail themselves of the various opportunities presented to them. Similarly research scholars from reputed universities globally come for guest sessions at SCMHRD. To name a few Prof. Nezi Altey (Scholar from De Paul University Chicago), Scholar-in –residence George Wyeth (USA), Prof.Elizabeth Rose, Prof.Ram Mudambi (Temple University USA) have all been a part of SCMHRD’s pedagogical process.

So also Professors from SCMHRD have been invited to conduct sessions at Universities like Berlin School of Economics and Law, Cologne University , Telecom de Ecole etc.

The process of internationalization is rooted in the DNA of Symbiosis International University (SIU). At SCMHRD (a constituent of SIU), the process of internationalization has received due weightage.

SCMHRD has always encouraged student- faculty exchange programs and collaborative faculty research with faculty from International Universities, some of its achievements for the last year were as follows-

The faculty from SCMHRD were invited to deliver their areas of expertise from the University of Nottingham Trent, Berlin School of Economics and Law and Telecome de Ecole. One of the faculty members from SCMHRD also had the honour of being selected for the Endeavour scholarship by the Australian Government. A few faculty members from SCMHRD have also collaborated with faculty members from University of Abu Dhabi and Waikto University for successful research paper publications.

Additionally, SCMHRD invites experts from various domains internationally to conduct sessions either in form of workshops or as a guest lecture. Till date SCMHRD has been fortunate to have faculty members from Leeds Beckett University, Montpellier University, University of Michigan, Temple University, Berlin School of Economics and Law and many more to conduct sessions for both the students and the faculty members.

SCMHRD has also signed a MoU with the University of Wolverhampton to facilitate exchange program for the students from Infrastructure Development Management (IDM).

The students of SCMHRD participate in various summer school programs organized by Berlin School of Economics and Law, London Business School, HEC Paris. Moreover, students are provided the option to have a semester exchange with Universities like Leeds Beckett University, Telecome de Ecole Paris and Rennes school of Business.

SCMHRD in its capacity has not limited the process of Internationalization to just faculty-student exchange, but it has taken a big leap by applying for the AACSB accreditation. The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International, is a voluntary, non-governmental accrediting agency that oversees the standardization of collegiate schools of business and accounting nationwide. SCMHRD hopes to achieve a full circle in terms of internationalization by getting AACSB accredited.

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