Program Details

Study in New Delhi, India’s central hub for policymakers and organizations active in the field of public health.
New Delhi, India
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Fall Semester, Spring Semester

Program Overview

Program Description:

Explore the links between public health, policy advocacy, and community in India, with a focus on marginalized and vulnerable populations.

The program is based in New Delhi, home to more than three hundred international and a thousand local NGOs actively involved in health and development. The National Human Rights Commission, National Commission for Women, and other rights-focused organizations are headquartered here. New Delhi has an extensive public transportation system, many parks and green spaces such as Lodhi gardens, sports facilities, and dozens of historical monuments and cultural associations. The city sees itself as both cosmopolitan and distinctively representative of its ancient roots. You will have access to the city’s many academic institutions and resources, including its excellent libraries, to advance your learning.

SIT Study Abroad program fees include all courses, educational excursions, health insurance, and full room and board (all meals and accommodation) for the entire program period.

Setting Description:
The program is based in Delhi, India’s central hub for policymakers and organizations active in both health and human rights. Greater Delhi is home to more than 300 international and more than a thousand local NGOs actively involved in the health and development sector

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Overall Rating


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  • Go To India For Your Semester Abroad

    After spending almost 4 months in India with SIT, I can't imagine doing my study abroad experience anywhere else. If you have an interest in public health, this is the program for you. The homestay experience was amazing and I felt like a big brother

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    Bottom Line:Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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