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India SARUP: The Making and Unmaking
Ahmedabad, India; Chandigarh, India; Delhi, India
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There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
|Program Type:||Faculty Led||Language of Instruction:||English|
|Housing:||Hostel/Hotel||Class Standing:||2 - Soph, 3 - Junior, 4 - Senior, 5 - Grad|
|Program Length:||Short-Term||Language Requirement:||No|
|Credits:||3||Affiliated Department or Center:||Global Studies|
|Affiliated School/College:||School of Architecture and Urban Planning||Program Leader:||Manu Sobti|
|Study Abroad Advisor:||Ramona Washington||Credit Type:||UWM|
Program DescriptionThe India Winterim study aroad program 2014 shall provide students with first-hand exposure to the process of globalization and its dramatic impact on the making (and un-making) of the physical and cultural environments, in particular the city.
India, with its rapidly expanding cities, embodies conflict, contestation, adjustment and reconciliation between the past and present, its architects continually seeking to render these battles in the forms of buildings, spaces and places. Several proclaim success, while others accept the pleasures of profit as achievement enough. A select few are pained by the difference they could have made to a culture and place where the elephant and skyscraper seamlessly co-exist or collide. It is this recognition of a multi-layered cultural phenomenon, with its complex nuances affecting architecture and cities, which is seen as most instructive for students beginning to identify a design language of their own.
Participating students shall be encouraged to examine the cities and places visited in the course of the Winterim, in particular the urban fabrics of the cities of Ahmedabad and Chandigarh, where time and instruction would facilitate greater opportunity for observation. It is expected that through their urban 'mappings' and subsequent discussions all students shall react to a complex palimpsest of structures, several ancient and medieval – now the stuff of memory, others modern and radical – evoking Corbusier, Kahn and other lesser architects. Travel shall be an important component of our program, enabling students to visit significant cities and related places in India. Within each city, our trips shall include stops at places of general cultural and artistic interest such as major monuments and museums, as well as visits closely related to our studies of architecture, urbanism and culture.
The program director may request a short meeting with students whose major fields fall outside of the range of those proposed.
DatesJanuary 2 – 20, 2014
(dates may change slightly based on flight availability and cost)
Mandatory Site Specific Orientation: TBD
Mandatory General Orientation: November 15, 2013
Program LeaderProfessor Manu Sobti, School of Architecture and Urban Planning
Study Abroad AdvisorRamona Washington, CIE | firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact for administrative questions about application, registration, program cost, etc.
Credits3 U/G credits in Architecture or Global Studies
Estimated Cost: $5,320 - $6,160
- Program fees are based on a realistic estimate of participants. Fees may change based on final enrollment and exchange rate fluctuation.
- Cost includes support for UWM program leader, international airfare, lodging, some meals, in-country transportation, health insurance, academic costs, visa fees, and cultural activities.
- Cost does not include some meals, personal spending money, or trip/travel insurance.
- Fee differentials apply for graduate students ($200) and non-WI residents ($200).
Scholarships and Grants
Financial Aid, Scholarships & Grants can be used for this program!
Based on eligibility, UWM undergraduate students may apply for a Wisconsin Study Abroad Grant. The award amount is up to $500.
Application Requirements & Deadline
The application deadline is October 15, 2013.
This program requires an online application and other required documents found as part of the online application; a $250 deposit (includes a $50 non-refundable application fee); and a valid passport.
NOTE: There will be a quick turn-around time after the October 15 deadline to confirm your participation in this program to keep the program cost as low as possible.
Applying for a Passport
Passports need to be valid for at least six months past the program's end date. The CIE Study Abroad office strongly recommends that you expedite your passport application. Information on how to apply for a passport can be found here.
Study Abroad Fair:
September 5, 2013
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Center for International Education
Pearse Hall 166