I absolutely love travel! I crave adventure, and one of my biggest fears is being stuck in one place for the rest of my life. It is funny though, because coming to India has made me miss my small-town home.
WELCOME TO EBS!
EBS gives you the opportunity to study abroad in India and launch your global future during college.
Our India program allows you to learn another culture and speak one of the top five languages in the world while sitting next to university students from all over Asia. Study abroad not only expands your worldview but also expands your resume and future opportunities!
We at EBS are passionate about making study abroad in India attainable! Depending on the level of services you choose, we can assist you through every step of the process from choosing a program to getting settled in your new city. We know that India can change your life and your perspective. Every EBS team member has lived in India and loves the culture, language and people! We are committed to providing quality services to every university student who wants to study abroad. Think of us as your personal support team to go from application to studying on campus in India.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?
EBS provides study away opportunities for American college students to study at one of New Delhi’s top colleges. The following programs are available for Spring and Fall 2020. Contact us to find out more!
*Payment can be made by student’s home college, through financial aid, or personally. Students also have the option to raise funds for their study abroad through tax-deductible donations.
Remember the colony of seagulls in Finding Nemo who endlessly chime just one word: “mine, mine, mine, mine…” For many Americans, “mine” is a word we learn as a child and effortlessly carry into our adult years. Indian friends are teaching me by their actions that “mine” isn’t the only option.
“Delhi heat, this is my resolute response to your exorbitant summer temperatures…”
North Dakota, USA, a domain of extremes. January is frigid and frost bitten while July is muggy and sweat inducing.
You’ve probably had a chai latte at your favorite coffee shop in the United States, but India elevates chai to a whole new level. Use Google Translate and you’ll find that “tea” translates from English to Hindi as चाय or “chai.” But in India, chai is more than just a generic word for tea. It’s a specific kind of tea and it’s not only a beverage – it’s an experience of flavor, warmth and community.