SNDT Women’s University is the first Women’s university in India as well as in the South-East Asia. Established in 1916, it is a University having postgraduate Departments, affiliated/conducted and autonomous/recognized Colleges and institutions across INDIA.
SNDTWU as multidisciplinary University stands in the top five in Western India and ranked 33rd in all India according to The Week Hansa Survey 2019.
University has multiple agreements and MOUs with institutions of international repute.
SNDTWU is a Founding member of UniTwin [University Network of Gender, Media and ICT] along with universities in Australia and Mexico. (http://www.unitwin.net/)
Following institutions have been in engagement with SNDTWU for joint research, teacher-student exchange, partnerships and outreach activities through formal MOUs.
- Commonwealth of Learning (https://www.col.org/)
- University of Quebec Montreal, Canada (https://uqam.ca)
- School of Education and Communication, University, Sweden (https://ju.se/)
- Durban University of Technology, South Africa (https://www.dut.ac.za/)
- University Technology Mara, Malaysia (https://www.uitm.edu.my)
If you are seeking admission to study at SNDTWU please write to us at email@example.com and we would guide you for further course of action. If you are seeking admission to Under Graduate programme, check the affiliated college lists https://www.sndt.ac.in/academics and check the right panel. Contact the respective institution which you are interested in and write to them.
Research & Collaborations:
You can browse respective departments faculty profiles in https://www.sndt.ac.in/academics, you can write to them directly with CC to firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be able to support your further course of action.
We have been working with Canada (https://www.international.gouv.qc.ca/en/mumbai) and New Zealand (https://www.mfat.govt.nz/en/) offices in Mumbai for varied activities like Film Festivals, Visiting Scholar sessions, Interaction with foreign dignitaries, and so on. you can write to us and we would be happy to host visiting scholars, mutually beneficial events and activities.