Since its inception in 2002, DSVV has been established significant International Relations with dignified institutes across the world. The details about various collaborations and International Initiatives can be found below:
Name of the Country Name of the Institute / University
I) Maimonides University, Buenos Aires
II) Centro Argentine De Medicina Ayurveda, Argentina
I) Jiangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Nanchang
II) Yunnan Minzu University
III) Indian Art Training School of Merryasana[IATSM]
I) Divine Values School Ecuador
I) Veden Academy, Berlin
II) European Ayurveda Association, Berlin
III) Humboldt University
I) Budapest Metropolitan University, Budapest
II) Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest
III) Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest
IV) Budapest Business School
IndonesiaI) Universitas Hindu Indonesia, Denpasar
II) Denpasar State Hindu Dharma University, Denpasar
III) State Hindu Religion Collage
IV) Ministry of Religion of the Republic of Indonesia
V) STAHN Mpu Kuturan Singaraja Bali, Indonesia
ItalyI) Academy of Traditional Indian Sciences, Pisa
II) Centro Study Bhakti Vedanta, Pisa Italy
I) Makirambet Utemissov West Kazakhstan state University, Kazakhstan
I) Dongguk University, Korea
LatviaI) Riseba University of Applied Sciences, Latvia
II) Daugavpils University, Latvia
III) Ventspils University of Applied Sciences, Latvia
IV) Riga Technical university, Riga, Latvia
V) Academy of Sport Education, Latvia
VI) University of Latvia, Riga
VII) Music and Arts Foundation, Riga
VIII) Higher Education Institution “Latvijas Biznesa Koledza” Ltd
IX) Turiba University, Riga
X) Latvia Yoga School (LYS), Riga
LithuaniaI) Klaipeda University, Klaipeda, Lithuania
II) Lithuania Academy of Health Sciences
III) Ayurveda Academy (AA), Vilnius
IV) Chambers Healthy Lifestyle & Natural Medicine, Lithuania
V) Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences, Lithuania,
VI) The Centre of Oriental Studies, Vilnius University, Vilnius
VII) Lithuanian Cultural Research Institute, Vilnius
VIII) Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
IX) Vilnius University, Lithuania
MalaysiaI) University Malaysia Sarawak
I) Maharishi European Research University, Amsterdam
PolandI) Kazimierz Wielki University, Poland
II) University of Opole, Poland
I) Russian State Social University
II) Yujhni Institute of Management
South Africa
I) University of KwaZulu-Natal
I) International Institute of Traditional Indian Sciences,
II) Santa Maria in Calanca, Switzerland
I) National Formosa University
United Kingdom
I) The Leadership Hub Ltd., London
II) ABMA Education Ltd., London,
III) Winchester University
United States of America
I) International Centre for Cultural Studies
II) Global Covenant Partners, US
III) Catherine University, US
IV) World Association for Vedic Studies
V) Wright Graduate University, Chicago
VI) Hindu University of America
VII) University of Texas, USA
VIII) Vetha enter for Transdisciplinary Studies, New Jersey, USA
Asia’s first Centre for Baltic Culture and Studies (CBCS) was inaugurated in August 2016 by H. E. Mr. Aivars Groza, Ambassador of Republic of Latvia, H. E. Mr. Laimonas Talat-Kapsa, Ambassador of Republic of Lithuania along with, H. E. Mr. Riho Kruuv, Ambassador of Republic of Estonia, H. E. Mr. Krishna Kant Paul, Governor of Uttarakhand State, the Chancellor of DSVV, H. H. Dr. Pranav Pandya Ji and Prof. Ina Druviete, Vice Rector, University of Latvia. It envisions to foster & promote the cultural activities of both India and Baltic Countries in respective nations. The CBCS intends to discover and disseminate the knowledge about the shared history, heritage and culture of India and the Baltic Nations while foster and promoting cultural activities of both Indian and Baltic countries in their respective nations. It also intends to teach Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian languages as open electives, promote cross language translations of important works of mutual interest and also preparing Hindi-Latvian, Hindi-Lithuanian dictionaries.
The International Taichi Centre established in collaboration with Yunnan Minzu University.
1. Erasmus outreach – Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya has been a privileged partner of Kazimierz Wielki University, Bydgoszcz, Poland wherein the programs of Staff Mobility as well as Student Mobility has been successfully executed. Few glimpses of various occasions during the mobility:

For more details about collaborative possibilities please contact on [email protected] or [email protected] Incoming students

Facilities: The University has been hosting students from more than 12 countries. We have dedicated hostel, fully equipped classrooms and faculty members of international renown to support the students academically. The 75+ acres lush green campus has excellent sports facilities with an indoor gym as well. The campus however residential does not allow smoking, consuming alcohol or drugs or non-vegetarian food inside the campus premises. Following is the list of facilities provided for the incoming students:

  • Accommodation: Separate international hostel for male and females students with single occupancy rooms for each student. The hostel also has a cooking and dining area, point for drinking water, hot water and wifi.
  • Food: As mentioned, the university offers two vegetarian meals daily. Students are allowed to cook their own meals in their hostels. However, cooking non-vegetarian food or eggs is strictly prohibited.
  • Library: The students have free wifi access to SOUL library software and also to publication joints like Jstor while also having full access to the central library located on the campus.
  • Excellent indoor and outdoor sports facility
    Nearby local amenities

Process: Please contact the Erasmus Coordinator for the process of application.

Erasmus Coordinator,
Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya,
Gayatrikunj – Shantikunj,
Haridwar 249 411:
[email protected]

3. List of courses

– PG in EVS
– PG in HISTORY & Indian Culture
– PG/UG/Certificate/diploma in YOG
– PG in languages Sanskrit / Hindi languages.