International Approach

We at GEHU aim at providing the right platform to our students – an opportunity to view the world as a global interconnected network. We strive to provide international exposure to our students by means of global internships, cross cultural exchanges as well as regular interactions with eminent academicians worldwide.

It is in line with this vision that Graphic Era Hill University has asociations with several world class institutions across the globe to facilitate knowledge exhange on an international platform fostering a progressive learning environment. Our associations include

  • Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
  • Birmingham City University, United Kingdom
  • Nahda University, Egypt
  • Southwest State University, Russia
  • Astrakhan State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Russia
  • Chechen State Pedagogical University, Russia
  • European Regional Academy, Armenia

Graphic Era Hill University offers a Study Abroad Program that allows the students to experience the international study culture under the framework of a different educational system abroad.

GEHU is also in alliance with AIESEC, an international youth-driven organization with the mission to develop responsible and global leaders by providing a self- driven practical learning experience by facilitating a huge number of international student exchanges.

As a part of this collaboration, GEHU, in association with GEU, hosted international graduates from Ukraine, Morocco, Egypt, China, Poland & Vietnam, facilitated by AIESEC for a cultural interaction in 2014.

The Global Village has become an annual platform faciliatting cross cultural exchanges and a cultural learning experience to graduates and post graduates of Graphic Era Hill University

Foreign Language Trainings have also become an integral aspect of the learning culture at GEHU, given the emphasis placed on strengthening one's career profile, with certified trainings being organized in Mandarin, Spanish and German with indegeneous trainers