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The South Asia Program (SAP) is an interdisciplinary hub for Cornell students, faculty, staff, community members, and academic visitors. The U.S. Department of Education has designated SAP as a National Resource Center for South Asia, one of just eight in the United States.   (Photo: Nipun Prabhakar)


This semester the South Asia Program is hosting both in person and virtual events. All in person events are open to Cornell community members only.

Applications now open for Summer 2022 and Academic Year 2022-2023 fellowships to study Bengali, Hindi, Nepal, Persian, Punjabi, Sinhala, Tamil, Tibetan & Urdu!

Apply by February 28!

Einaudi Center Welcomes Women Scholars

Eswar Prasad, SAP

This Master's degree program in Asian Studies is designed for students who want more work in language and area studies before entering the professional, business, or academic fields.
A candidate for the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science degree at Cornell University may achieve a minor in South Asian Studies by completing at least 18 units of course work.
Study Abroad Opportunity
The Nilgiris Field Learning Center (NFLC) is a unique partnership between the Indian NGO, Keystone Foundation, and Cornell University.
Study Abroad Opportunity
This two-semester course includes a January intersession study trip to India.

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