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South and Central Asia

Across Georgetown University’s schools and departments, faculty and students are broadly engaged in study, research, and programs related to South and Central Asia.

Georgetown scholars and students benefit from a Washington, DC, location and close proximity to United States policy-making institutions and international and non-governmental organizations that enhance the university’s engagement in South and Central Asia. The university is especially active in India, where Georgetown has partnerships with leading institutions in the sciences and other fields. In November 2015 Georgetown University launched an India Initiative, a platform for high-level dialogue among American and Indian leaders from government, business, civil society, and the academy.

S.N. Bose Scholars Program
The Indo-U.S. Science and Technology Forum sponsors this exchange program for talented U.S. and Indian students to nurture future innovators and thought leaders in the sciences.
India Initiative

The India Initiative builds on Georgetown University’s core strengths—academic excellence, location in Washington, DC, and Jesuit mission of service to the world—to advance research and teaching around India and world affairs and create a platform…

M.A. in Asian Studies
The School of Foreign Service sponsors this M.A. program. Participants study core disciplines in the humanities and social sciences as they relate to Asia.
Bilden Asian Studies Fund
With the generosity of Georgetown University graduates Philip (F'86) and Patricia (C'85) Bilden, the Bilden Asian Studies Fund allows the Center for Security Studies to support faculty research and teaching, host policy discussions, and educate…