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Madurai - South India Term Abroad (SITA)

South India Term Abroad (SITA)

Why study in Madurai, India?

  • Center of Hindu and Tamil culture in ancient temple city
  • Intensive study of Tamil language and culture
  • Learn theory and practice of ethnography through field assignments
  • Anthropology, Environmental Studies, Religion, Sociology, Literature, Women’s Studies
  • Independent field research project

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Anthropology

English

Environmental Studies

Global Development Studies

History

Post-Colonial Studies

Religious Studies

Sociology

Women’s Studies

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  Coursework relevant to South Asian region recommended. 

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:’

Campus Program Advisers:

Professor Kapila          Macy 210

Professor Prevost        Mears 306

OCS Director              Macy 108

For specific questions about how the program operates:

South India Term Abroad | 202-355-5964 |connieetter[at]sitaprogram[dot]org

Students often also consider these options:

Alliance for Global Education: Contemporary India – Development, Environment, Public Health

Associated Colleges of the Midwest: India – Culture Traditions and Globalization

Associated Colleges of the Midwest: India – Development Studies and Hindi Language

Institute for the International Education of Students in Delhi, India

Pune – ACM - India Studies

Associated Colleges of the Midwest: Culture, Traditions, and Globalization in Pune, India

Why study in Pune, India?

  • World’s largest democracy, rapidly developing economy
  • Vibrant university city
  • Intensive study of Marathi language and culture
  • Study of public health and development topics
  • Independent study project

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Anthropology

Economics

Global Development Studies

History

International Relations

Political Science

Religious Studies

Sociology

Women’s Studies

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall semester

Prerequisites:  Coursework relevant to South Asian region recommended. 

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:’

Campus Program Advisers:

Professor Kapila        Macy 210

OCS Director             Macy 108

For specific questions about how the program operates:

Associated Colleges of the Midwest | 312-263-5000 | acm[at]acm[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

Alliance for Global Education: Contemporary India – Development, Environment, & Public Health

Institute for the International Education of Students (IES) in Delhi, India

South India Term Abroad

Pune and Jaipur - ACM - Development Studies and Hindi Language

Associated Colleges of the Midwest: Development Studies and Hindi Language

Why study in India?

  • World’s largest democracy, rapidly developing economy
  • Semester in two distinct areas of India: Pune and Jaipur
  • Intensive study of Hindi language and contemporary Indian cultures
  • Development Studies focus and NGO practicum
  • Independent study project

 

  • Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

 

Anthropology
Economics
Global Development Studies
History
Political Science
Religious Studies
Sociology
 

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Spring semester

Prerequisites:  Coursework relevant to South Asian region recommended. 

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:’

Campus Program Advisers:

Professor Prevost   Mears 306

OCS Director Macy 108

For specific questions about how the program operates:

Associated Colleges of the Midwest | 312-263-5000 | acm[at]acm[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

Alliance for Global Education: Contemporary India – Development, Environment, & Public Health

Associated Colleges of the Midwest – Culture, Traditions and Globalization

Institute for the International Education of Students (IES) in Delhi, India

South India Term Abroad

Pune - Development, Economy, and Society - (Alliance for Global Education)

Alliance for Global Education: Development, Economy and Society Program: Pune, India

Why study in Pune, India?

  • World’s largest democracy, rapidly developing economy facing multiple challenges
  • Vibrant university city
  • Course options in environmental studies, public health, social justice, development, social entrepreneurship and film studies.
  • Independent study, internships, and documentary film production options.

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Anthropology

Economics

Environmental Studies

Film Studies

Global Development Studies

History

International Relations

Political Science

Public Health

Religious Studies

Sociology

Women’s and Gender Studies

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  Coursework relevant to South Asian region recommended. 

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser:

OCS Director  Macy 108

For specific questions about how the program operates:

Alliance for Global Education | 800-232-8379 | info[at]allianceglobaled[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Associated Colleges of the Midwest: Culture, Traditions, and Globalization: Pune, India

Associated Colleges of the Midwest: Development Studies & Hindi Language: Pune & Jaipur, India

Institute for the International Education of Students (IES) in Delhi, India

South India Term Abroad in Madurai, India

Hyderabad - Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)

Why study in Hyderabad, India?

  • Experience world’s largest democracy in a rapidly developing economic center
  • Live in a city widely renowned as a nexus of diverse Indian cultures
  • Take one or more of your courses with Indian students at University of Hyderabad
  • Volunteer opportunities with NGOs
  • Extensive field trips to such locations as Andra Pradesh, Mysore, Varanasi, Byllakuppe, Melkote, Badami, amd Byllakuppe  

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

  • Anthropology
  • Art History
  • Dance
  • Economics
  • English
  • Film Studies
  • Global Development Studies
  • History
  • International Relations
  • Linguistics: Hindi, Urdu or Telugu
  • Political Science
  • Post-Colonial Studies
  • Religious Studies
  • Sociology
  • Women’s Studies

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Early July to mid-December or Late December to early May

Prerequisites:  Minimum GPA 3.0.  Coursework relevant to South Asia recommended.

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Advisers:

Professor Kapila    Macy 210

Professor Prevost       Mears 306

Professor Dobe    Steiner 310

Richard Bright        Macy 108

For specific questions about how the program operates:

Council on International Educational Exchange | 800-40-STUDY | studyinfo[at]ciee[dot]org



Students often also consider the following options:

South India Term Abroad (SITA)

Associated Colleges of the Midwest: India – Culture Traditions and Globalization

Associated Colleges of the Midwest: Development Studies and Hindi Language

Alliance for Global Education: Contemporary India – Development, Environment, & Public Health