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AIFS Study Abroad in Hyderabad: January Term
Hyderabad, India (Outgoing Program)
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Program Terms: Winter J-Term
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Program Sponsor: AIFS 
Restrictions: URI applicants only
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Minimum GPA: 2.75 Fields of Studies: Art, Cultural Studies, History, Religion, Sociology
Language of Instruction: English Experiential Learning: URI Affiliated Program
Class Standing: 2. Sophomore, 3. Junior, 4. Senior
Program Description:
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Hyderabad, India
  • Spend 3 weeks studying abroad in Hyderabad, India.
  • Earn 3 credits in the history / social science course, Contemporary India.
  • Enjoy accommodations in the international student residence hall on campus with three meals per day including Indian and Western food options.
  • A 6-day tour of the Golden Triangle is also included – as well as numerous social and cultural activities, such as day trip to Warangal, a guided city tour of Hyderabad, Indian cooking and dance lessons, museum visits and more.
  • Transcripts issued by the University of Hyderabad. 
 
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Over 50% of our students receive financial support from AIFS in the form of scholarships or grants.  
   
AIFS is recognized as a premier provider of study abroad programs. All-inclusive program fees cover tuition, housing, a meal plan, tours and excursions, insurance and 24-hour emergency service. Since 1964, more than 1.5 million students have traveled abroad with AIFS.
 
     
 

 



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