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Semester Abroad Program (SAP)
Extending boundaries of education

There are no boundaries to the pursuit of knowledge at SRM. The university sponsors advanced learning for eager students, through its links with foreign universities - helping them experience an international education and a different culture - thereby raising their caliber to be at par with the best in the world.

Semester Abroad Program (SAP)

This initiative from SRM University is a first of its kind. So far, 100 meritorious students have been given the opportunity of a lifetime to spend a semester at some of the best universities in the world such as - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon, Northeastern University, SUNNY Buffalo, University of Wisconsin, UC Berkeley, George Mason, New Hampshire, Lille Catholic University, University of Western Australia, Western Ontario, Queen's University and many others.

This exposure to a whole new sphere of learning has brightened their job prospects in India and abroad and has helped create graduates who are future-ready.

SRM has a unique arrangement with University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee to transfer students at the end of 3rd year for BS and MS program at University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, in just two years. SRM also has a dual degree program with the University of Warwick in the area of Plant Biotechnology.

Students who have been sponsored to various foreign universities in 2008 include

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Anup.V.Samuel Samarpan Shyam Chadalavada Raviteja
Diyans Mahansaria Abha Sharma Agrim Sareen
Balakrishnan Bikash Kumar Agarwal Deepika Sreedhar
Divya Ashok Prathna Shruti Srinivas Sahil Maheshwari
Suhitha. C M. Venkatesh Vikas Kumar
S. Vinitha Yasir Hassan Munshi
University of California, Davis, USA
Harishankar Elayidam Vikkram Jangid Puneet Singh
Ankur Diwakar Aarti Krishnan R. Ajay Sundar
Archana Chava Abhishikta Deepak Ranjan Nayak
Gangula Naga Sahithi Iqubal Mohamed Aslam B. Jagadish
Jeya Balaji Balasubramanian M.S. Karthik Kommana Sai Lahari
Mahesh Bahuleyan Neeraj Kumar Lal Priyatha Premnath
Poornima Nair Shwetha Shekar V.M. Subhashree
Tripura Ramjee Varun
University of Arkansas, USA
Mohamed Afzal Siddiqui Sachin Sharma Rohit Sharma
G.Srinikhil Gupta Anurag Saha
Birmingham City University, UK
Kunwar Chowhan Matilda Correya Niveditha
Thiripurasundari Vijay M
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
Sai Siddharth R.Udaya Bhaskar D.Praveen
M. Bhalakumaran S. Pradeep
HAN University, Netherland
Ashok Kumar.N Anirudh Anand Amough.R.Subramanian
Carnegie Mellon University, USA
R. Sivaraman K. Smriti
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA
Aishwarya Natesh Andrea Shirley Dominic Pritham
Gana Viknesh J Gaurav Gangal Karthik PL
Kaushik Ghosh Naveen Kumar Gundumogula Nitin Ranjan
Omar Mehtab Rachana Kumar Raghu Ram Puvada
Ravi Upreti Santhosh Yegnaraman L. Shankar
M. Suganth V. Sundar Taran Singh Bedi
M. Varshaa Vikas S Bhardwaj
SUNY Buffalo, USA
Dhanalakshimi Kandavelue Sumathi
Northeastern University, USA
Aravind Nagaraj Nandhini
Vamsi Krishna
Massachusetts Institute of Medicine (Josh Laboratory), USA
Kavitha
University of Western Australia, Australia
S. Sriram Vikas Kumar
Warwick University, Dual Degree, UK
Sajna Anand S
Dundee University, Dual Degree, UK
Jaya Kishore K Mohamed Zakir S Rakesh
Vijay M
Lille Catholic University, France
Krishnakumar
Technical University Chemnitz, Germany
Adithya
Umea University, Sweden
Shruthi Venugopal Somasankar