The Bavarian-Indian Centre for Business and University Cooperation (BayIND) has been set-up by the Bavarian State Ministry of Education, Sciences and the Arts in order to promote and foster the academic and business cooperation between the state of Bavaria (in Germany) and India.
The Centre represents 36 state-funded higher education institutions located in Bavaria including:
International students can choose from a great variety of Bachelor and Master programs. MBA degrees are also awarded at some of these universities Almost every filed of study is represented: from Science & Technology, Business & Economics to Medicine & Health Science and Arts & Humanities. German is the language of instruction but most programs are also available in English.
Most of the programmes are free of charge, only few MBAs require tuition payments.