Overview

 

Introduction

 

Since its inception in 2009, the Department of European Studies (DES) has distinguished itself as a premier centre in India for multidisciplinary studies on Europe and European Union institutions. Within a decade, in July 2018, the Department achieved an important distinction when it was awarded the esteemed Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence status - a recognition that strengthens the commitment of the Department to further India-Europe relations through academic programs, research projects, and university partnerships. 

It is led by Dr Neeta Inamdar, Professor and Head of the Department,  who holds a Jean Monnet Chair in EU Economic Integration and European Identity

 

• PhD Program

• MA European Studies

• BA Foreign Language and Intercultural Studies

• Certificate Courses

• Summer and Winter Schools

 

MA European Studies

 

MA European Studies is a one-of-its-kind master program in India that caters to a growing interest in the study of Europe and European Union institutions, which is becoming increasingly relevant in a globalizing world. This multidisciplinary program creates a much-needed platform for graduates from various disciplines to align their academic and career prospects under the overarching and topical field of European Studies. With a unique opportunity to study a part of the program in a European partner university, this Master program is designed to foster the understanding of various aspects of Europe and the EU, centred around three specialization tracks: Business and Economics, Politics and International Relations, Cultural and Literary Studies

 

BA Foreign Languages and Intercultural Studies

 

BA Foreign Languages and Intercultural Studies (BA FLIS) in French, German or Spanish is a unique undergraduate program in India that allows students to develop their interests in languages, cultures, places, literature, history etc., and convert them into internationally-recognized competences. The qualification and skills acquired are relevant to a wide range of careers – international organizations, corporate, administrative, academic, non-governmental sectors, to name a few, besides opening up interesting higher education opportunities whether in India or abroad.

 

Our Centres

 

- Centre for Languages

 

The Centre for Languages is led by Mr Rahul Putty, who specializes in foreign languages and European society and culture.

The Centre offers Certificate Courses in European and Asian languages: German, French, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Japanese Hindi, English, Sanskrit and Kannada.

 

- Centre for Intercultural Studies and Dialogue

 

It is led by Dr Praveen Shetty, who  holds Jean Monnet Module, Building Bridges: Indo-European Intercultural Dynamics. 

The Centre organizes regular Summer and Winter Schools largely attended by young Europeans.

 

- Dvaita Philosophy Resource Centre

 

It is led by Mr Srinivasa Kumar N Acharya. The Centre conducts research, brings out publications and offers courses in Indian philosophy and Sanskrit studies.

DPRC offers Certificate courses in Bhagavad Gita, Indian Ethics and Epics, Digital Humanities and Sanskrit Computational Linguistics.

 

 

 

Vision & Mission

Faculty

MA European Studies, a flagship program of the department, is unique and the only one of its kind in the entire country."

Dr Neeta Inamdar

HOD

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    A Canadian private foundation, Operation Eyesight Universal, gave Kasturba Hospital a completely equipped eye van. 

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    TA Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) was set up this year. Today, it is among the leading management institutes in the country. 

    TAPMI’s mission is to build capacity in professional management in the country, and closer home, to reinforce the existing educational and health infrastructure at Manipal.

    In early 2009, its 25th year running, TAPMI shifted to a new scenic 42-acre residential campus in Manipal.

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    TMA Pai Hospital (TMAPH) began functioning at Udupi, to provide quality out-patient and family-planning services to the people of Udupi and neighboring localities.

    Equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure like ICUs with ventilators, fully equipped operation theatres, radiology service, ultrasound and laboratory etc., the hospital has links with the tertiary-care Kasturba Hospital, Manipal, which ensures priority treatment to patients on referral from Dr TMA Pai Hospital.

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    Manipal College of Nursing was established at Manipal.  In 1991, Manipal Hospital Bangalore (MHB) was set up, accredited by NABH and AAHRPP, and comprising 55 clinical departments and 11 centers of excellence. 

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    In 1992, the KMC Hospital at Attavar, Mangalore was set up as a teaching hospital of KMC, Mangalore and an associate hospital of Manipal University.  

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    Manipal Academy of Higher Education awarded Deemed University status by Government of India, and is renamed Manipal University.

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    Manipal College of Medical Sciences established in Pokhara, Nepal

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    • 1996 - Sikkim Manipal University of Health, Medical and Technological Sciences, Gangtok, launched.
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    The Manipal College of Allied Health Sciences (MCOAHS), now School of Allied Health Sciences (SOAHS) was established in 1999.

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    Manipal University Dubai inaugurated.

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    World class sports complex MARENA, launched in Manipal.

     

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    MU Chancellor and President Dr Ramdas Pai awarded Padma Bhushan. Dr Ramdas Pai becomes second Indian to be honoured with Malaysian title ‘Datuk’. Manipal University Jaipur launched.

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    Manipal Museum of Anatomy and Pathology opened.

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    Manipal Group celebrates 60 years in Education and Healthcare. Golden Peacock Environment Management award for Manipal University. Manipal University Jaipur awarded 

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