Centres for Foreign Languages

What is a Centre for Foreign Language?

A centre for foreign language is where skills are honed, perfection is pursued, and qualities are conferred. The existing resources and capacities are utilised to enable the researchers to come together from various disciplines and institutions and collaborate. This approach towards research and inclusion of multiple perspectives bring out regionally relevant and globally rewarding results. The fundamental characteristic of Centres for Foreign Languages at SRM University-AP is the collaboration between experts that transcends the boundaries of institutes to achieve a sharing of knowledge and resources, filling up spaces where there is a need to build a stronger foundation.

The curriculum will allow you to study Indian languages to an advanced calibre and provide a levelled introspection into India’s culture, history, myths and beliefs, social arrangements in addition to a critical positioning of India in the broader global forum.

Centre for Asian and Taiwan Studies imparts an interdisciplinary understanding and knowledge of history, government and politics, foreign policy, society and culture and the political economy of different Asian regions and facilitates cultural dialogue between Taiwan and India.

Provides a holistic understanding of Europe and Latin America, and aims to nurture and supervise all collaborations. The centre will The centre conducts and promotes research from a range of angles exchanging scholars and knowledge to promote mutual respect, better understanding, and harmony.

The primary role of the centre is to undertake, support, and promote research and teaching about Japan as well as to build academic engagement with Japanese scholars and institutions. Among the ways, we do this is through intensive and dynamic seminar series, workshops, public lectures, and conferences.

Advocates new approaches to understanding Africa and its place in the world by promoting and disseminating research on Africa, fostering collaboration among varied disciplines, and encouraging new approaches to understanding Africa and its place in the world.