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For the second time, students from the partner university SOMAIYA SIMSR in Mumbai visited the DHBW Stuttgart for one week. A broad program of lectures, company visits and a supporting program awaited the guests from India.

Professor Dr. Dirk H. Hartel, Head of Business Administration Service Management / Logistics Management, with a lecture on logistics in Europe, Germany and Baden-W├╝rttemberg. In the afternoon, culture was on the program: The Ludwigsburg residential palace impressed the 28 students with glamor, even if only around 50 of the 450 rooms in the palace were visited. In order to get a first impression of Stuttgart, we went in the evening by hop-on / hop-off bus along the sights through the state capital. The following days were also varied: The reception at the city in Stuttgart's town hall, a visit to the Mercedes-Benz Museum and a one-day simulation game on supply chain management at the ZMS (Center for Management Simulation) at the DHBW Stuttgart were - together with two factory tours ( Deutsche Post letter center Stuttgart and Daimler production plant Sindelfingen) - just a few highlights.

Despite the many appointments, the social contacts at student level were not neglected. The DHBW's International Students' Club organized two evening events, which were also attended by logistics students who were in Mumbai with Hartel last December. As a sign of the partnership between the two universities, Rector Prof. Dr. Joachim Weber did not refrain from greeting the students personally and pointing out that Indian students came to the Swabian metropolis for academic exchanges as early as the 1960s.

Professor Lamba, excursion guide and head of the Supply Chain Management department at SIMSR, is certain that he will come back with students in 2019. For the Indians, who were almost all abroad for the first time, the week at the DHBW Stuttgart is already the most important event in their studies.