|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|Number of Classroom Hours per week||20||20||20|
|Number of Self-Study/Homework Hours per week||15 - 20||15 - 20||15 - 20|
|Number of Hours With a Language Partner per week||2 - 6||2 - 6||2 - 6|
|Number of Hours of Other Activities per week||2 - 4||2 - 4||2 - 4|
Year 1 (Elementary Hindi): Beginning Hindi: A Complete Course (Hindi Edition) by Joshua H. Pien and Fauzia Farooqui
Year 2 (Intermediate Hindi): Advanced Hindi Grammar, by Usha Jain; Oxford Hindi English Dictionary by R.S. McGregor
Year 3 (Advanced Hindi): Advanced Hindi Grammar, by Usha Jain; Theme Based Vocabulary and Affixes of Hindi by Misha and Mishra; Instructor-provided course material
Note: Textbooks subject to change. Please do not purchase textbooks until awarded a scholarship and confirmation with instructor is made.
Elementary, Intermediate, and Advanced Hindi are offered through the South Asia Summer Language Institute (SASLI) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Classes meet Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am -1 pm over the span of 8 weeks. Various additional activities are scheduled throughout the summer, from outdoor conversation tables by the lake to ice cream socials, film, and lecture series. On-campus housing is offered and highly encouraged.
All Project GO programs provide funding for:
- Room and Board
- Travel to/from study location
The following costs will not be included in Project GO Funding: personal spending money, personal travel, costs for obtaining a passport, medication, and expenses for dependents.
Please Note: Project GO participants planning to travel abroad MUST have a valid U.S. passport in their possession no later than 90 days before anticipated travel date. Many destinations require student visas, which take additional processing time. For further information, visit our FAQs.
There are no language prerequisites for first year Hindi. All levels of Hindi are intensive and worth 8 college credits, covering two semesters of language study in one summer and focusing on speaking, listening, reading, and writing. By the end of the course, students should be proficient enough at speaking, listening, and reading to achieve ILR 1 or ILR 1+ depending on retention and prior language experience.
Students interested in this program must complete two applications:
- Project GO common application - https://www.rotcprojectgo.org/apply-now
- To apply for the Hindi summer domestic program, apply through SASLI (Link: https://sasli.wisc.edu/). Application deadline for SASLI is April 1, 2020. We encourage students to wait to apply to SASLI until after receiving and accepting a Project GO award.
Please follow all application instructions carefully. For more information, please contact Project GO at UW-Madison staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 608-263-3724.
Thank you very much.