Are you interested in other cultures? Did you ever look at your own culture from outside?

India is one of the best destinations for that, because India is different. History, region, food, society, industry, yoga,… all is very different.

During our two-weeks course you will explore selected parts of Indian life. Besides of Delhi we will be traveling to Agra, to River Ganges and to Jaipur. Together with selected Indian students from our partner institution in New Delhi you will be working on your own field study topic. You can apply tools from the textbook about “Intercultural Awareness” in real life. Your project work will be supported by Indian teaching staff.

International trainers will guide you through the learning process - starting from the preparation period at home until your final presentation in India.

For 14 years more than 300 part-time-students from FHV have been traveling to India for their studies. An experienced team in India gives you a save frame for your trip.
 

"Das Programm war bestens organisiert."


Christian Humml, Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen Bachelor - Field Trip 2016

„Reisen veredelt den Geist und räumt mit allen unseren Vorurteilen auf“ Oscar Wilde.


Martina Miller, Internationale Betriebswirtschaft Bachelor (BB) - Field Trip 2015

"Xplore India was one of the intercultural projects that is to be cherished."


Snesha Sekar - Field Trip 2016

"Xplore India is one of the best Learning Projects ever designed."


Priyanka Kumar - Field Trip 2015

"Some moments are nice, some are nicer, some are even worth writing about" Charles Bukowski


Anupama Khich - Field Trip 2015

Details of the study trip

How to participate

All part-time Bachelor's students can participate in the study trip to India during their 3rd or 4th semester. At the beginning of the 2nd semester detailed information will be provided about the trips to India in your following semesters.

By the end of May you can register for one of the trips via the administration office of your study programme.
Each part-time study program at FHV integrates study trips in a different way in their curriculum:

  • Students of the part-time Bachelor's programme in Engineering and Management can participate in the study trip as part of the course "Intercultural Awareness".
  • Students of the part-time Bachelor's programme International Business Administration will be credited with the successful participation in the study trip as an elective.
  • Students of other part-time Bachelor programs will be credited according to their curriculum. For details ask your programme director.
 

Dates

Annually during first two weeks in February & in September. 
Remember: there is a preparation period at FHV before your trip which is compulsory.

Partner institution

Bhavan’s Usha & Lakshmi Mittal Institute of Management (BULMIM), New Delhi

Expected costs

 
  • Programme costs: approx. EUR 1.200 - 1.500
    This includes accommodation (double/twin room occupation), programme and some meals. Single room occupation will be possible at an extra charge.
  • Other costs: Costs for flights (from EUR 1.000,-), visa (US$ 25,-) and personal expenses need to get paid individually.
 

Impressions Study Trip "Xplore India"

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Kontakt

International Office

+43 5572 792 1201
international@fhv.at

Öffnungszeiten

Montag bis Freitag von 9:00 bis 12:00 Uhr
Mittwoch und Donnerstag von 13:30 bis 16:00 Uhr