Study Abroad Programs in India

Find your dream Study Abroad Program in India at Abroad101 and this directory of Study Abroad Programs, Rankings and Reviews.Future students are drawn to Abroad101 for the reviews from returning students.  Using the popular 1-5 star scale, individ... read more

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Past Review Awesome!
I gained an enormous amount of self realization and how my actions affect those living in places like Peru. The experience was definitely worthwhile. - Southern Illinois University - Carbondale View Entire Review
I have always loved culture. Seeing a new world has motivated me to explore any place that might surprise or shock me. I have a newfound addiction to pushing my limits. - Truman State University View Entire Review
After learning about Permaculture I have found that everything I do in my life now is influenced by it. It gave me a deeper understanding of what it means to live a sustainable lifestyle. - Holyoke Community College View Entire Review
this experience strengthened my connection to our environment and changed my understanding of it. It has helped me narrow my field of study - Ithaca College View Entire Review
I love India. I feel like through India I have gained an insight into both Asia and the Middle East. Truly different cultures don't just test your tastebuds and your language skills but they challenge your morals and fundamental beliefs. I became a much more patient person, and I became much more sympathetic towards the USA a... - University of the Pacific View Entire Review
I'm more determined to educate myself on more of what I know about a culture rather than the things that I've seen or heard, before forming an opinion. - Southwest Tennessee Community College View Entire Review
After experiencing a growing interest in Indian culture and a dissatisfaction with my own global education, I decided to study abroad in India. I fully intend on pursing additional studies in South Asia as opportunities arise. I also fully intend on returning to India..possibly even long-term. - Presbyterian College View Entire Review
Yes! These people have noting yet are so happy. We have everything and always want more. Learned that as much as you want to help people out sometimes you can't. "It's never enough" Would give them some food, and though we had more were told not to. Kids would still walk away with a smile on their face, without a single sour lo... - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University View Entire Review
It was amazing. I learned what it was like to be an ESL student. I feel like I can relate to ESL students in my classroom now. I also have the cultural awareness to be happy with what I have. It is so hard to put into words how amazing the program was. - Marymount University View Entire Review
Yes I learned a lot about myself , the way in which others view me and my county. - SUNY Purchase View Entire Review
Past Review Incredible India
Very much so worth while. Every westerner should go to India. - Truman State University View Entire Review
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I learned more about tolerance, not to take anything for granted, and the open-mindedness to try new things - Ithaca College View Entire Review
Yes, I enjoyed it. - Harvard University View Entire Review
I gained a deep connection to the Tibetan community and made friends that I hope to see again someday. - Minnesota State University, Mankato View Entire Review
I learned a ton about social issues and how privelaged we are in the US. I absolutely love learning about how other people live and I would like to integrate it into my future career somehow. - St. Catherine University View Entire Review
My study abroad experience was DEFINITELY worthwhile. It changed my attitude towards affecting change in the world. It gave me tools and experiences that I can use for analyzing the systems that run our global society. I fell in love with a country that contains the poorest, richest, dirtiest, meanest, and kindest people I ha... - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
It was hard at first, however living the most sustainable lifestyle possible really made me think about how I live every day back at home, and made me become more concious of my lifestyle. - Framingham State College View Entire Review
I learned how to get around with a large language barrier. I also learned how to adapt and make changes in a moment's notice. I learned how to work with ESOL students and what I need to do as a teacher to provide my students the best opportunity for success. The experience as a whole has made me realize what I want to do as a te... - Marymount University View Entire Review
An appreciation for where and what I come from, a global outlook on environmentalism and anthropology, and a passion to work towards clean water and poverty prevention. - Ithaca College View Entire Review

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Find your dream Study Abroad Program in India at Abroad101 and this directory of Study Abroad Programs, Rankings and Reviews.

Future students are drawn to Abroad101 for the reviews from returning students.  Using the popular 1-5 star scale, individual reviews provide a total rating, which are then averaged and displayed in directories.  Individual review details give ratings on all aspects of the program: academics, housing, food, program administration and the environment, plus student support before and after the experience abroad.  This insight can be reassuring to students and help them not only pick a program, but feel comfortable in their choices.  For parents, the reviews provide a level of comfort about the provider, the destination and study abroad in general.

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