University Of Hyderabad accords a high priority to the internationalization of its teaching and research programs. The University has been accepting students from various countries, including Iran, Myanmar, Thailand, Mongolia, Syria, Tanzania, Yemen, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Philippines, Ethiopia, South Africa, Guyana, Uzbekistan and Japan. The Study in India Program (SIP) attracts hundreds of students from Europe and North America for short-term courses. The University is witnessing an unprecedented visibility at the international level, with several top institutions of the world coming forward to enter into academic partnerships. Attempts are being made to undertake joint research and teaching projects that allow credit transfers and grant of joint degrees to students, in areas of mutual benefit.
The Office of International Affairs coordinates the University's international collaborations in close contact with the university leadership, various faculties and departments. The office is responsible for the University's bilateral agreements and participation in networks and organizations.