About AISP – Jindal Global Summer School

About AISP

Welcome to Jindal Global Summer School (JGSS), the Aspire India Scholars Programme (AISP) 2018 . What you have in two weeks is a unique opportunity to have fun, learn new things, make friends and in the process embark on a great voyage of self-discovery. What interests me? What are the opportunities available out there? How do I take on this highly exciting future? The summer school will try and help you find answers to these and many other such questions. So, get prepared for a very exciting journey!


Aspire India Scholars Programme Vision

The Aspire India Scholars Programme (AISP) aims to develop young leaders who are equipped to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world and play leading roles in public life. Through a range of educational and capacity building activities, the AISP reaches out to students, young professionals, and educational leaders in India and abroad.



Jindal Global Summer School Vision

The JGSS provides high school students with a globally oriented academic engagement designed to prepare them for the critical transition to higher education, which can help build satisfying careers and meaningful lives. In addition to academic instruction in eight major fields, and the chance to participate in a variety of creative pursuits and outdoor activities, participants will receive counselling, mentoring with respect to higher education, and career planning that includes aptitude-testing, individual career counselling, and sessions on strategising for success.



Why AISP?

Prepare students for the critical transition from high school to higher education.

Prepare students for the highly competitive admission process for higher education, nationally and globally.

Exposure to interdisciplinary curriculum to meet the skills and knowledge requirements of the 21 st century.

Individual mentoring to empower students to realise their interests and potential.

Empower students to make informed choices about their higher educational pursuits and career prospects.

Opportunity to meet, interact and learn from “Aspire India Ambassadors”- young achievers from different professional fields, acclaimed nationally and globally.



International Collaborations

JGU has built robust collaborations with leading global universities, research organisations and think-tanks in many countries with the objective of providing a seamless environment beyond national boundaries for teaching, learning, and research.

JGU has established international collaborations with over 200 universities and higher education institutions in 50 countries.These collaborations have taken one or more of the following 10 different forms:

  • Faculty Exchange/ Visiting Scholars
  • International Student Exchanges
  • Study Abroad Programmes
  • Dual Degree Programmes
  • Summer and Winter Schools
  • Joint Teaching
  • Joint Research Collaborations
  • Joint Conferences/ Seminars
  • Joint Publications
  • Joint Executive Education Programmes

Each year around 30 international students from 20 countries choose to study with us.



O. P. Jindal Global University at a Glance



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