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UW in India: Delhi
Internship

Delhi summer internship

Intern

You can find summer internship programs all over the world, but if you really want to set yourself apart, intern in Delhi. As India’s capital and a major economic center, Delhi offers a unique window into entrepreneurship and emerging markets. Internship placements in Indian and multi-national businesses, as well as the city’s vibrant NGO sector, offer a wide range of opportunities to expand your professional skills and networks.
Delhi summer internship

Study Business and Economics

You’re interested in business and economics. So why study in India? India is the world’s most populous nation and an emerging economic superpower with vibrant tech, entrepreneurial, and industrial sectors. Studying business in India, to say nothing of doing business in India through your internship, offers you a window into an entrepreneurial laboratory and a professional edge on your résumé.
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Experience Delhi

Studying in Delhi means having one of the most dynamic cities in the world at your fingertips. Wander through the narrow pathways of the Old City. Head to a street market and haggle over prices in Hindi. Learn from an expert on India’s economy at a public lecture. Spend Sunday evenings at India Gate, mingling with the crowd and snacking on cotton candy from a street vendor.

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Summer 06/13/2018 08/09/2018 8 Weeks 6 None March 1

Your transcript will come from University of Wisconsin-Madison.

UW-Madison and CET

CET partners with University of Wisconsin-Madison to operate this program. You get the best of both worlds—UW’s longterm presence in India and exceptional academics + CET’s three decades of experience in study abroad. The best part: you don’t have to be a UW student to attend. Students from all schools are welcome to apply through UW and earn UW credit.

Daily Life in Delhi

In a city like Delhi, there are endless ways to join in local life. Connect with local NGOs, military organizations, and political leaders. Experience world-class museums, captivating dance performances, and the burgeoning contemporary art scene. Relax in the many parks and gardens found throughout the city. What’s on your Delhi bucket list?

The CET Center

You’ll study at the CET center in South Delhi, a residential, tree-lined neighborhood. After class, use the wifi, chat with the program staff, or fill up on local snacks before heading home to your host family.

Housing & Meals

You’ll live in a homestay with a local family. Watch a Bollywood movie with your host sister. Ask your host brother for help navigating the metro. And as for meals, get ready to write home raving about food! It won’t be long before you crave you host mom’s chola bhatura (spicy chickpea stew with fried bread). You’ll eat breakfast and dinner with your homestay family during the week. At other times, take advantage of Delhi’s many affordable international eateries.

Curriculum & Syllabi

Internship

You’ll work at your internship placement for an average of 15 hours/week.

You also take this course:

Internship: Bridging Theory and Practice
3 credits

One Elective

You choose one of these courses:

India’s Emerging Markets: Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship
3 credits

Development Economics in the World’s Largest Democracy
3 credits

Hindi Language

You’ll participate in informal Hindi language sessions to help you learn the basics necessary for daily life.

Hindi Over Chai
Not for credit

Faculty Spotlight

Harini Narayanan
Program Director

Harini Narayanan has extensive experience as a faculty member and administrator for study abroad programs in India, having taught courses on Delhi, Modern Indian History and Sacred Geographies for US undergraduates in Delhi before joining the CET-UW programs in Varanasi and Delhi. A journalist and urban geographer by training, she has completed doctoral coursework in Urban Geography and an MS in Journalism at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Harini researches and writes about the built environment and urban change, and advises not-for-profit organizations on issues related to urban and social equity. She has lived in India, the US, the UK, Tanzania, Zambia, Botswana and South Africa, and is fluent in three languages.

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Program Fees

Program fees are paid directly to UW-Madison. View program fees and estimated out-of-pocket costs on the UW-Madison website.