Northern India

Type: Study Tours

From 05 November 2017 18:50 until 16 November 2017 12:00
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Departing London on the 5th November for an overnight flight and arriving in India the following morning. The Study Tour will end on Thursday 16th November arriving into London in the evening on the same day.

With modern Indian food emerging as a contemporary food trend amongst 18 to 25 year olds, this tour looks at some of the food traditions in northern India and includes visits to Indian Universities in three cities, food markets, Indian family cooking, street food and explores the way that Indian culture influences food.  All meals will be Indian food, much of which is vegetarian. The tour includes Delhi, Agra, Varanasi (and the Holy River Ganges) and Jaipur.

Who should go?

Senior managers whose University has a significant intake of students from India and neighbouring countries and who wish to tailor their menu to meet new demands or any manager working on developing the student experience in their University.

Why should you go?

India is a huge country with a fast-emerging middle class, which places huge emphasis on education. Understand the culture of food is crucial to understanding how the expectations and needs of students from India can be successfully accommodated within the choices on offer. The food culture is closely bound with religion, family, history and caste. This 10 day tour will offer a huge insight into how these food preferences and trends have emerged.

At the end of this course, participants will:

·         Understand the religious background for dietary needs

·         Have had a chance to see how Rajasthan food is created

·         Have an insight into the wealth of food styles and ingredients used in Indian cuisine

·         Experience the atmosphere of different Indian Universities and Colleges

·         Experience the warmth and diversity on life in an Indian city

About the tour leader

The tour has been bespoke for TUCO by Cox and Kings, the oldest established tour operator in India. It will be accompanied by an experienced tour guide throughout and use private transport and internal flight connections. All participants will require an Indian visa and some immunisations.

Click HERE to see a provisional itinerary of the Study Tour. Please note that this is subject to change and final itineraries will be emailed to delegates approximately one week prior to the Study Tour.

Ticket Information:

Ticket TypePriceAvailability
Associate, affiliate or non-members £4000.00Available



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