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New Dehli and Mumbai, India


Program Details

Through the India Study Abroad Program, you will explore and experience the ways that globalization is impacting India's culture and economy and see entrepreneurs in action in this dynamic, vibrant, rapidly changing country.

You will tour industrial areas of two of India's largest cities, Delhi and Mumbai, and see how people work and live every day in the world's second most populous nation. You will visit several markets and participate in a barter economy. You will visit the ancient city of Jaipur, observe the traditional Indian block-printing process, and see the impact of industrialization on traditional handicraft industries.

You will also visit rural areas and compare them to India's big cities. In the small community of Wai, you will have the chance to interact with middle-school students through lessons and activities. In the tiny village of Gulumb, you will participate in a cultural exchange project with a women's business group in which you will learn about the experiences of rural women entrepreneurs.

Finally, you will visit an elephant sanctuary and important sites of cultural and historical significance, including the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, and temples from major world religions!

All participants must be enrolled in Management 2110: India Entrepreneurship Study Abroad, summer Semester (3 credit hours).

Important Dates

Deadline extended to March 1st!

Trip Date Semester Application Deadline

July 25 - August 15
Dates will vary depending on flight itineraries

Summer March 1st

Program Costs

Item Cost Due Date


$500 Due with Application

1st Half Program Cost

$2,150 Feb. 2nd

2nd Half Program Cost

$2,150 Mar. 2nd


$4,800 Mar. 2nd

Program costs include round trip airfare from Salt Lake City to New Dehli, in country transportation, all lodging, program-related excursions and entrance fees as well as a farewell dinner! It does not include tuition fees, passport or visa fees, baggage fees, souvenirs, or non-program related travel, etc.



In order to be eligible for this program, all participants must meet the following requirements:

  • Have a minimum GPA of 2.0
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Have a valid passport
  • Show proof of ability to travel outside of the United States
  • Complete application packet
  • Provide proof of health insurance

Participants are required to attend all pre-departure orientation sessions/classes as well as all scheduled educational and cultural learning activities. In addition, students must complete all course requirements as assigned by the program leader.



All students will be enrolled in the following course for Summer:
MGMT 2110: India Entrepreneurship Study Abroad (3 credits)
with instructor Corinne Anderson.

Faculty Contact

Sherry Jensen, Associate Professor, Economics
801-957-3317; SCC-SCM-186E

Jennifer Klenk, Associate Professor, Marketing
801-957-5085; BB 211K



If you need to withdraw from a Study Abroad program you may be refunded depending on how far in advance you are withdrawing. There are costs associated with each trip. Some of these costs are non-refundable. Advanced payments on each student's behalf may not be reimbursed if a student withdraws or is unable to participate. Students are responsible for all non-refundable advanced payments. If a student is unable to participate for any reason, SLCC reserves the right to determine the amount of refund, if any.



Please Note: All program excursions require an extensive amount of walking including stairs, hills and rough terrain.

If you have difficulties with mobility or have other accessibility needs, please contact Accessibility and Disability Services to see if reasonable accommodations are available.