Centre for BRICS Studies at Amity University Haryana fosters cooperation and information exchange


The rapidly evolving BRICS community, comprising fast-moving major emerging economies Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, has created a special position that enormously impacts global economic growth and power balance.

The strategic significance of BRICS in contemporary geostrategic architecture has led to the establishment of the Centre for BRICS Studies at Amity University Haryana (AUH).

Over the years the Centre has evolved into a “Centre of Excellence” in its high-end practice-research-outreach endeavour. While keeping track of the latest developments in BRICS including various Summit meetings, the Centre for BRICS Studies has been at the forefront in organizing seminars, conferences, expert lectures, panel discussions, college competitions, and international publications.

Renowned academicians, senior diplomats, and industry professionals have been visiting the Centre during various programs and events organized by the centre. These endeavours are aimed at promoting the spirit of practice, research, and outreach while enhancing academia-industry integration.

AUH students and research scholars have, frequently, submitted research articles, on contemporary issues related to BRICS, for review and publication and which shows their increased interest in the area.

The Centre for BRICS Studies is also offering a Doctoral program on BRICS issues in collaboration with Amity Business School (ABS), apart from existing courses in the MBA program in the International Business stream at ABS, Amity University Haryana.

The Centre for BRICS Studies publishes a biannual BRICS Magazine, that apart from deliberating on contemporary strategic issues on BRICS has become a popular reading in academic, diplomatic, and industry spheres.

All these initiatives taken up by the Centre for BRICS Studies considerably enhances the dissemination of high-end knowledge and information about BRICS countries in conjunction with promoting debates in the public policy paradigm while fostering cooperation and information exchange among research institutions and think tanks within BRICS countries.