There are numerous opportunities for study abroad in India. WSSU offers two programs in collaboration with UNC-Chapel Hill and Wake Forest University. Students may also apply through programs offered by approved third-party providers listed below. Students should consult with the WSSU Office of International Programs to discuss the program that best fits their need.
UNC Summer in India
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers a faculty-led academic summer program based in New Delhi, India. This program provides students with the opportunity to study South Asian
civilization and society while immersed in Indian culture and language.
Wake Forest University offers a faculty-led program in summer focusing on Indian communication and culture.
American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS) - India
Study abroad program at the University of Hyderabad.
Council for International Educational Exchange (CIEE)
India: Study abroad program in Hyderabad in a variety of academic disciplines.
Institute for International Education (IIE) - India
A listing of study abroad programs in India offered by academic institutions and study abroad providers compiled by IIE. Students interested in any of these programs should first contact the WSSU Office of International Programs.
ISEP Direct - India
Direct enrollment program at the University of Hyderabad sponsored by the International Student Exchange Program.
School for International Training (SIT) - India
SIT offers seven programs for study abroad in India that include field-based research and experiential learning, cultural immersion, and homestays.
India is an exciting blend of ancient and modern society. As a travel destination, India’s cultural heritage is rich and fascinating, and its physical landscapes are diverse. India is not only home to the famed Taj Mahal, the seventh wonder of the world, but it boasts many other historical, cultural, and natural attractions.
An India based travel agency that provides learning tours and cultural immersion experiences to support study abroad programs for educators.
Information and resources about a variety of travel destinations in India, as well as travel related to cultural events and festivals; published by About.com.
Health Information for Travelers to India
US Center for Disease Control and Prevention site.
Founded by Anup Nair, this company coordinated the WSSU NEH Faculty Fellows’ India field experience in 2013; they excel in arranging educational travel.
The Indian Ministry of Tourism’s travel and tourism site that highlights major destinations and travel itineraries for prospective visitors to India.
A good source of information about destinations in India, planning and getting around in India. Includes a forum and comprehensive rules about using the site and posting on the forum.
India Travel Guide
Guide to travel in India from the award-winning World Travel Guide web site.
Provides advice on tourist destinations, holidays trip planning, travel itineraries, monuments, and resorts in India.