South Asia

India:

Delhi - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Institute for the International Education of Students in Delhi, India focuses on contemporary India in its cultural and historical context and offering an extremely wide  range of possible coursework, including university courses with Indian students.

Why study in Delhi?

  • capital of world’s largest democracy, center of growing economic power 
  • university courses with local students 
  • volunteer opportunities in fields of environment, development, health, and human rights

Advisor(s):
Professor Dobe (Religious Studies) Steiner 310
Professor Kapila (English) Mears 215
Professor Prevost (History) Mears 306
Richard Bright (OCS Director) Macy 108
Jonathan Larson (OCS Assistant Director) Macy 107
Eligibility: Open to all majors
Related Fields of Study
Anthropology
Economics
English
Global Development Studies
History
Political Science
Religious Studies
Sociology
Website: Program Website

Madurai - South India Term Abroad (SITA)

South India Term Abroad Program (SITA) operates in the temple city of Madurai in the southernmost Indian state of Tamil Nadu, one of India's most important centers of religious pilgrimage. 

Why study in Madurai, India?

  • liberal arts study of traditional South Indian culture 
  • religious studies in the major Hindu pilgrimage site  
  • small program with personal cultural mentoring  
  • excellent homestays

Advisor(s):
Professor Dobe (Religious Studies) Steiner 310
Richard Bright (OCS Director) Macy 108
Jonathan Larson (OCS Assistant Director) Macy 107
Eligibility: Open to all majors
Related Fields of Study
Anthropology
Gender, Women's and Sexuality Studies
Religious Studies
Sociology
Website: Program Website

Pune – ACM - India Studies

Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM):  Culture, Traditions, & GlobalizationIndia Studies provides an excellent opportunity to study the interaction of tradition and modernity that characterizes India today. 

Why study in Pune, India?

  • university town in area of rapid economic growth
  • independent field research
  • broad liberal arts curriculum

Advisor(s):
Professor Dobe (Religious Studies) Steiner 310
Richard Bright (OCS Director) Macy 108
Jonathan Larson (OCS Assistant Director) Macy 107
Eligibility: Open to all majors
Related Fields of Study
Anthropology
Global Development Studies
Global Health
Literature
Sociology
Website: Program Website