by the UWE InfoHub team
Have you ever been captivated by a book, film or documentary about India? Would you like to deepen your knowledge on that subject? If so, where better to study it than in India!
You will have the opportunity to work with Indian peers in formal and informal settings which will build mutual understanding, create a greater awareness of the UK-India relationship and develop your intercultural fluency skills..
Interactive group learning and practical activities will develop your team working, communication and problem solving skills and equip you with important interview repertoire.
Doing a study course in India will enhance your understanding of your chosen subject and challenge you to widen your horizons as you place your studies within an Indian context. Each course will include excursions to help you gain a well-rounded impression of contemporary India, its culture and history. View the British Council Study India website here.
The courses last for 2-3 weeks and cost £400-£750 depending on where they are based in India. This price includes food, accommodation and excursions but it is advisable to take a small amount of pocket money.
You will need to pay for your flights to and from India
If you are in receipt of a maintenance grant you can apply for the Go Global Bursary of £1,000.
Applications will be through the UWE InfoHub (via UWE Careers) – but hurry – they would like you to express your interest by Monday 14.3. (i.e. early next week)!