The University of Würzburg is one of the finest business schools in the world. The university partners with several universities abroad. Among these universities, it has initiated exchange activities for students and faculty in regular basis, with few others it has focused more on research and teaching activities. It also involves in partnerships and exchange programs at faculty and institute levels.
MYRA has established a new cooperation and exchange partner, the Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg in Germany. The partnership is a true ‘exchange’ program with equal number of students moving from MYRA to UW and vice versa.
The students at MYRA will start their exchange program at Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg (UW) in Germany from the summer of 2016.
The University of Würzburg is a large state university with 28,000 students (10% international students); some of the courses in the Master and Bachelor are taught in English.
The university offers free courses in German language for exchange students.
Students will have free access to internet, libraries computer labs, and sports facilities.
They will be provided with tutors during the initial part of the program.
The students of MYRA who enrol for this program do not have to pay any tuition fee but will have to support their accommodation, living, conveyance and personal expenses only.