Carleton Antioch Global Engagement
Buddhist Studies in Bodh Gaya, India
Carleton College, one of the nation’s top liberal arts colleges, now operates the Buddhist Studies in India program previously offered by Antioch Education Abroad.
Running since 1979, this program has become recognized for the academic excellence of its comparative approach to both the theory and practice of Buddhism. Students study and meditate while living in a monastery near the site of Buddha Shakyamuni’s enlightenment and complete a month-long Independent Study Project.
Contact: Carleton Antioch Global Engagement, 1 North College Street, Northfield, MN, 55057, USA; tel. (507) 222-4435; firstname.lastname@example.org; apps.carleton.edu/global-engagement/buddhist-studies-india/.
Experiential Learning International
Semester or Year in India
India embodies everything that is exotic. It is a country that combines better than any other a respect for its past and a thirst for the new, where a woman in a sari might be a cutting-edge engineer, where Hollywood is overshadowed by Bollywood. Studying at the University of Madras will give you a chance to experience this first hand. Here you can study the history of South Indian dance or the issues of nuclear proliferation, Indian English literature or business administration.
Contact: email@example.com, www.eliabroad.org
University Studies Abroad Consortium
Full Curriculum Studies in Bangalore, India
This birthplace of Buddhism and yoga, India is also home to some of the world's greatest palaces, temples and monuments including the Taj Mahal. Studying at Christ College in Bangalore allows students to take a variety of classes with local students such as business, tourism, history, computer science, political science and much more.
Contact: USAC, usac.unr.edu