Interested in study in India? The University of California at Berkeley is offering American graduate students from various disciplines the opportunity to do field work or research for a year in India.
The school's Professional Studies Program places US graduate students in universities and research institutions throughout India to work with faculty and professionals in fields related to the students' interests. In addition to round-trip air fare, health care, a living allowance, and research-related travel expenses, the program offers one month of language training and orientation seminars on Indian civilization. Further information is available from Linnea Soderlund, program coordinator, International Education, University of California, 2538 Channing Way, Berkeley, Calif. 94720.
Another institution is offering qualified 1984 high school graduates high-tech education without a high price. DeVry Inc., which operates a network of schools offering specialized training in electronics and computer science, will award 70 full-tuition scholarships worth nearly $1 million to graduating seniors at US high schools. Winners will be determined on the basis of College Board scores (SAT, ACT, or WPCT), high school academic record, school activities , and an essay. Applications are available from DeVry Inc., Marketing Support Services, 2201 West Howard Street, Evanston, Ill. 60202. The deadline for submission is March 26, 1984.