Cornell University:Intensive Summer Nepali Program 2004
Published: Wednesday, December 08, 2004
Nepali, the official language of Nepal, will be offered in the Cornell University Summer Session at both beginning and continuing levels. Taught by faculty from Cornell University and the Cornell-Nepal Study Program at Tribhuvan University, this summer program provides an unusual opportunity to develop competence in Nepali.
Emphasis will be on the spoken colloquial language, in dialogues, exercises and conversational practice. In addition, special attention is given to assisting students in developing vocabularies and skills appropriate to their unique professional needs. Reading and writing practice use both popular and scholarly materials in the Nepali (Devanagari) script.
Students will spend five hours per day in class and two further hours working with recorded materials in addition to the time required for daily preparation. Films and guest lecturers complement the summer program.
June 7- July 16, 2004 (6 week)
$4,560 plus $30 (registration fee) and $35 (lab fee).
April 15, 2004
Financial aid available including two Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowships (with living stipend) for graduate students, two Cornell Graduate School Fellowships (tuition only, and available to Cornell Graduate students only), and a significant number of other awards depending upon student need. Most forms of student financial aid can also be applied to this program. Our goal is to make it possible for all motivated students to take part and receive the instruction appropriate to their level and field of study.
Cornell Nepal Study Program
Further inquiries can be directed to the Program at;
Address; 206 Robert Purcell Community Center,
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853
General information and application materials on the program website: http://www.einaudi.cornell.edu/SouthAsia/intenepali.html