Whether a university student or young professional, whether your interest is academic studies or ambitious startups, you cannot fully understand India’s contemporary relevance without an expert-led in-country experience.
Through the UKIERI Study India Programme, the British Council’s Generation UK-India, and the Ohio State University Buckeye Leadership Fellows, IndoGenius will have introduced over 900 young people to India by the end of 2015.
In addition to publishing an original report on the future of Indian higher education and its impact on innovation, IndoGenius has provided key research inputs to European Commission-sponsored projects (Indigo Policy and India SI House) to foster Indo-European science and innovation collaboration.
Our research expertise extends most specifically to higher education and research in India, especially international science, technology and innovation collaboration. We also maintain a curated library of key research reports affecting the Indian innovation ecosystem.
IndoGenius engages in a range of carefully selected strategic initiatives which make it easier for the international scientific and academic community, as well as government agencies, to collaborate with India.
These include the US State Department’s Passport to India initiative to encourage more young Americans to study and intern in India; a mobile app to connect learners around the world; and plans for a 21st century research university in central India.