The Alumni Network in India

The community of the alumni from Swiss universities living in India has risen substantially over the past few years to reach over 700 members. Among our alumni community are business leaders, artists, lawyers, engineers, academics and countless others. Their careers have been varied and far reaching, impacting and changing lives.

swissnex India has put its efforts to establish and foster the Swiss Universities’ Alumni in India network to further strengthen the Indo-Swiss bond beyond one’s academic experience in Switzerland. We have created this community through our LinkedIn platform and annual meet-ups in New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore in collaboration with the Embassy of Switzerland in India and the Consulate General of Switzerland in Mumbai. Over the years, it has created the opportunity for alumni members to meet people working in similar fields, network and share expertise.

Upcoming meet-ups

Bangalore, April 14th, 2018
New Delhi, April 20th, 2018
Mumbai, April 27th, 2018

Here is a glimpse of the past meet-ups

Alumni meet-up 2017
Alumni meet-up 2016

Are you new to our community?

You may have finished your education in Switzerland two or 20 years ago. Switzerland may have become your second home, or perhaps you haven’t been back since graduation. With your treasured Swiss memories, you are a vital part of our community and swissnex India welcomes you to our alumni family. To join our community, please contact us and become a member of our LinkedIn group here.

Do you want to get more involved in the alumni network?

Become an ambassador in Bangalore, New Delhi or Mumbai and deepen your connection with the Swiss alumni in India. The benefits of being an alumni volunteer would include:
– Building a network of professional contacts within India
– Becoming an evangelist for your university in India by creating awareness about the quality of Swiss education among Indian students
– Keeping your community connected and inspired

This would include:
– Finding new alumni members in your city
– Being active on online platforms
– Organising an informal annual meet-up in your city
– Writing about your experience through articles or blog posts

If you are interested in being a volunteer, please drop a line to

Maitree Dasgupta
Head Academic Relations and Projects /