Study Abroad

Study Abroad

The Brown in India program provides students the opportunity to enroll in one of two prestigous institutions of higher education in Delhi, St. Stephen's College or Lady Shri Ram College (women only).  As part of this exchange program, Indian professors come to Brown from partner institutions to do research. Additionally, Brown-approved programs are available from a handful of other Indian colleges and exchange organizers.

Interested students should contact the Office of International Programs. 


UNT's Study Abroad Course in India in June 2015

The University of North Texas' program is designed to enable students to achieve an informed appreciation of the manner in which forest communities depend on their surroundings for the maintenance of their communities. Students will gain an understanding of some of the threats to the ecosystem upon which their existence depends. Topics to be covered include, but not limited to ecological degradation, rural migration, climate change, the Appiko movement, religious issues of conservation, rural energy development, water mills, and forestry.

To learn more about the program, visit their website. For questons, please contact:


Hanifl Centre's Study Abroad Program in the Indian Himalaya in Summer 2016

Hanifl Centre for Outdoor Education and Environmental Study of Woodstock School Mussoorie, is located at an altitude of 7000 ft in the foothills of the Himalaya. It was dedicated in October 2003, to extend Woodstock
School’s curriculum and to provide a facility and a program through which students and visitors can learn about the Himalaya and develop their skills and knowledge in outdoor education. The Centre contributes to the sustainable development of the region by engendering an appreciation and understanding of the Himalayan envi-ronment in future leaders from around the world. 
The mission of the Hanifl Centre is to be a world renowned outdoor and environmental education centre that helps in developing responsible citizens by exploring and celebrating the Himalayan environment through
physical activity, art, literature, environmental ethics and leadership training.

To learn more about the program, visit their website. For questons, please contact: