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Students spend four hours per day in class and two additional hours working with recorded materials in addition to the time required for daily preparation. Films and guest lecturers complement the summer program. Assignment to NEPAL 1160, 2260, or 3360 is made by the instructors upon evaluation after arrival.
- NEPAL 1160: Intensive Nepali
- NEPAL 2260: Intermediate Intensive Nepali
- NEPAL 3360: Advanced Intensive Nepali
The tuition charge for this six-week, six-credit program is $7,860. A limited number of U.S. Department of Education fellowships, covering tuition and fees and providing a maintenance allowance, are available through the South Asia Program. These fellowships are open to United States citizens and permanent residents who are either enrolled or accepted to enroll in any graduate program. We strongly encourage applications from historically underrepresented populations, including members of racial or ethnic minorities, women, persons with disabilities, and the elderly. There is a strong possibility for other support.