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Summer Term Programs at Ashoka University in Sonipat, Haryana, India
The Office of Summer Programmes offers an intensive six-week study Programme held during the summer. A range of 4 credit courses are offered across disciplines. Enrolling for the summer term provides an opportunity for Ashoka students to take courses that helps to gain additional credits, accelerate in their academic pathway or simply explore other areas of interest. In order to maximize the benefit of the summer term all students are encouraged to seek academic advising before opting for courses. The summer term also provides opportunity to study with students from partner institutions of Ashoka thus giving them an experience in global learning.
Ashoka University welcomes international students for the Ashoka summer session named as Visiting Student Programme. It includes exciting modules for a unique learning experience in a global classroom with Ashoka students. The residential campus provides a great opportunity to learn about India, get a global perspective in classroom discussions and debates; and explore New Delhi and other cities over the weekends to get a cultural taste of a vibrant country. It promises to be an unforgettable summer!
The International Summer School in New Delhi, India
The International Summer School (ISS) is an intensive, six-week academic program that brings together students from across the world over the course of a summer in New Delhi, India’s capital. The program is convened annually under the banner of the Government’s acclaimed Incredible India campaign, in affiliation with the Department of Political Science at Jamia Millia Islamia – A Central University (JMI) and with regular support from the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) over the years.
The ISS aims at promoting international goodwill and cross-cultural dialogue amongst promising young individuals, developing their potential as future leaders in government, business and civil society; with India as a study model, it offers undergraduate course modules & experiences which introduce the students to a range of issues & debates that are shaping contemporary developing societies.