About this program:Students who attend University of Hyderabad have the unique opportunity to experience life in India, both inside the classroom and out. Students take classes in a variety of different fields, including the very popular Study in...
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About this program:
Students who attend University of Hyderabad have the unique opportunity to experience life in India, both inside the classroom and out. Students take classes in a variety of different fields, including the very popular Study in India Program (SIP), an inter-disciplinary program that offers course options such as the study of Indian languages, social sciences, humanities and performing arts. Students also have many opportunities to join clubs, attend educational seminars and participate in a number of excursions and fieldtrips. Whether it's experiencing the Taj Mahal first-hand or practicing yoga with an expert, University of Hyderabad offers an adventure for everyone to enjoy.
All courses and official and administrative issues will be handled in the Study in India (SIP) Office, which is located in the South Campus. The average course is worth 4 credits, and the typical course load is 4 courses per semester.
There are four types of courses:
- Regular University courses (along with the Indian Students) in different schools/departments/centers.
- Independent/directed study where a faculty member supervises readings, field study, and research focused on a specific topic. To partake in an independent study, the student must submit a written request to SIP staff. This option is only recommended for highly motivated students.
- Courses involving practice/performance, e.g. Indian Classical Dance, Theater, Music, Painting, Sculpture, etc.
- Non-credit courses such as Yoga, Tabla, Kathak, etc.
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