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Summer Study Abroad Programs
Stop by the International Center (GSU 327) to learn about opportunities to study abroad for two to three weeks this summer with University of Hartford faculty!
Study sustainability in Copenhagen, architecture in France, landmarks of Spain and Italy, or travel writing in France! Scholarships are available and space is limited.
Architectural Monuments of France
May 17 to June 1, 2010
AET 486: Architectural Monuments (4 credits)
The course aims to introduce the architecture of Paris, Versailles, Chartres, and Amiens. Students will have the opportunity to earn 4 University of Hartford credits, while immersing themselves in the monuments of France. Students will see the gothic Cathedral of Notre Dame, have entrance to the Opera de Paris, tour the Palace of Versailles and Chartres Cathedral, and explore the famous Louvre museum.
COST: $3,715 (includes tuition, housing, 2 group dinners, daily breakfasts, scheduled excursions, entrance fees and MEDEX (Emergency Medical Assistance). Airfare is not included. A deposit of $1,000 is due February 15 and the full payment is due April 1.
For more details, contact Professor Dan Davis at 860-768-4094 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Sarah Reuter at email@example.com.
Sustainability in Scandinavia
May 18 to June 6, 2010
Choose 2 of 3 Courses: (6 credits)
POL: Scandinavian Politics & Danish Environmental Policy
EC 242: Engineering by Design
AUCX 190 (AUCC equivalent): Danish Culture Past, Present, and Future
In the heart of Denmark's capital city of Copenhagen, engineering students will design a project to examine Denmark's use of renewable energy, district energy systems, and mass transportation.
Understand Scandinavian politics and examine the European Union and Danish environmental policy, visit a living roof, eco-village, and organic farm.
Cost is $4,999 with 15 students and $4,795 with 20 students. It includes tuition of 6 UH credits, housing, scheduled activities & excursions, 2 group meals, transportation pass, and MEDEX (Emergency Medical Assistance). Airfare not included. A deposit of $1,000 is due February 15 and the full payment is due April 1.
For more information contact: Professor Owens at firstname.lastname@example.org, Professor Filburn at email@example.com, or Sarah Reuter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Landmarks of Spain and Italy
May 24 to June 10, 2010
Courses Offered: (6 Credits)
AUCA/W 175: Landmarks, Legends, and Life in Early Italy
SPA 210, 211, 342, 343, 484, 485
ITA 210, 342, 343, 484, 485
A study abroad experience that will put you in touch with the layered cultural, artistic, and literary legacies of two countries. You will walk along ancient and modern roads, sail across the Mediterranean, visit museums, temples and monuments, observe and share different customs and perspectives, contemplate the natural beauty of five European cities and surrounding countryside, while familiarizing yourself with the local language and/or with the deeds, myths, and achievements of peoples that shaped western civilization.
Cost is $5,185 for 15 students and $4,720 for 20 students. Includes tuition of 6 UH credits, housing, scheduled excursions, 2 group meals, transportation between Spain and Italy via ship, and MEDEX (Emergency Medical Assistance). Airfare not included. A deposit of $1,000 is due February 15 and the full payment is due April 1.
For more information contact: Maria Frank at email@example.com, Marco Cupolo at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Sarah Reuter at email@example.com.
Landmarks, Legends and Life of Early France
May 19 to June 4, 2010
AUCX 190 (AUCC equivalent): Landmarks of France
ENG 333W: Studies in Creative Writing - Travel Writing
This summer, travel and write about the culture and history of France, from the Louvre to the D-Day landing site, from prehistoric cave paintings to Monet's Water Lilies, from medieval castles to gothic cathedrals, from the Eiffel Tower to the the sunny Mediterranean South. What does it mean to be a traveler? How do we understand the French and their culture as we dine, wander, see art and artifacts from pre-history to the contemporary moment? Join us for the adventure!
Cost is $4,544 and includes tuition of 6 UH credits, housing, scheduled excursions, 2 group meals and MEDEX (Emergency Medical Assistance). Airfare not included. A Deposit of $1,000 is due February 15 and the full payment is due April 1.
For more information contact: T. Stores at firstname.lastname@example.org or Susan Carey at email@example.com.