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Short-term Faculty Led Programs

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Education Abroad

Explore new cultures and gain useful skills to succeed in today’s global society with one of our many short-term faculty-led programs over winter, spring, and summer break.

From discovering sustainability innovations in Europe, to visiting international businesses in Australia, to examining educational trends worldwide, you will earn credits toward graduation while gaining an unforgettable experience.

Interested in learning more about the short-term programs available to you? Please visit our new program site Education Abroad, create your free account, and explore our 2020 short-term faculty-led programs.

Your Short-Term Study Abroad Opportunities

Exploring Creativity in Spain

The program travel dates are estimated to be Thursday, March 12 - Friday, March 20, 2020.

UISA or UISC - 3 credits, open to upperclass students from all majors.

This integrative course will provide students with interactive experiences in various areas of artistic/creative endeavor, inspired by the magnificent cultural and natural environments of Spain  

The goal of this program is to encourage creativity to become a vital force in each student's life: to understand and cultivate one's own creative abilities to enhance both professional and personal endeavors. Active participation in class activities will enable students to recognize and develop defined creativity traits (e.g., sensitivity, flexibility, originality, playfulness, productivity, fluency, and analytical and organization skills) that can be integrated into all areas of human endeavor, artistic or otherwise. Assignments to be completed both during and after the program will enable students to reflect on and articulate the significance of their course experiences.

For additional course information, contact faculty leaders:

The program cost includes University of Hartford tuition for three credits, hotel accommodations, round-trip airfare, in-country transportation, and scheduled excursions. The price is approximately $3,200.00*.

 *All listed fees are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed until 10 deposits have been received. The University reserves the right to cancel the program if the required number of deposits have not been received by the deadline. In the event a program is canceled, all deposits will be refunded to the student account.

Applications and a program deposit of $1,000 are DUE by November 1st, and full payment is DUE December 15th. Scholarships are available; deadline to apply is November 15th. Applications are not considered complete until application has been submitted and program deposit has been made.

To APPLY:
  1. Visit https://hartford-education-abroad.via-trm.com/
  2. Create a free user account and set up your profile if you have not done so.
  3. Log in to your account.
  4. Select “Programs” (from the Top Menu).
  5. Filter by “Faculty/Teacher Led Program” (from the Left Navigation Bar).
  6. Select the program of your choice, click "APPLY" to fill out the form.
  7. When done, make sure to click "SUBMIT".
  8. Submit your $1,000 deposit (see instructions below).
  9. If you have any questions, contact uhabroad@hartford.edu / 860.768.4870.
To make a deposit:
  • Payment option 1: If you wish to make the payment on campus, The University of Hartford accepts cash, personal checks, money order, or traveler's checks at the Center for Student Success (CSS formerly SASC) — please note that the International Center cannot receive student checks. You can make checks payable to the UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD. When paying the program deposit at CSS, ensure that the payment is applied to "Off-Campus Study Deposit"; otherwise, it will not count towards your study abroad program.
  • Payment option 2: If you wish to make the payment online, the University of Hartford accepts E-check (ACH) and credit card payments online through the CASHNet site on the Self-Service Center Account. Accepted credit cards are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. There is no fee to make payment using an e-check; however, credit card payments are made using CASHNet SmartPay and will apply a service charge of 2.75% of the transaction amount.

 

 Scholarships are available, deadline to apply is November 15th.

Scottish Culture and History

Are you a history buff?  Interested in the bagpipes or want to sample new food?  Excited about visiting castles and palaces around the world?  Want to see Loch Ness and try to unravel the mystery of the Loch Ness Monster?  Join us as we explore Scotland through its music and dance, food, beautiful landscapes, and rich contributions to modern day society. 
Highlights include the following:
  • Tour of Edinburgh City (Old Town vs. New Town, see parts of the original wall, and other sites)
  • Introduction to Tartan Culture & the Gaelic language
  • Food Tour of Scotland
  • Day Trip to the Highlands, Glencoe & Loch Ness
  • Tours of: Edinburgh Castle, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the South Bridge Vaults, Greyfriar's Kirkyard, the National Museum of Scotland, the Portrait Gallery, Parliament
  • Bagpipe Lesson & traditional Ceilidh
  • Excursion to Mary King's Close (Edinburgh's only preserved 17th century street; named after Mary King, a prominent businesswoman in the 1630s)
  • Visits to Glasgow (National Piping Centre) & Stirling (National Wallace Monument)

 Travel Dates: March 12 – March 21, 2020

Program Cost: estimated $3,000*

Courses: UISC; open to all majors (3 credits)

Program led by Professor Nels Highberg and Meaghan Murphy

 *All listed fees are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed until 10 deposits have been received. The University reserves the right to cancel the program if the required number of deposits have not been received by the deadline. In the event a program is canceled, all deposits will be refunded to the student account.

 Applications and a program deposit of $1,000 are DUE by November 1st and full payment is DUE December 15th. NOTE: Applications are not considered complete until an online application has been submitted and the $1,000 program deposit has been made.

To APPLY:
  1. Visit https://hartford-education-abroad.via-trm.com/
  2. Create a free user account and set up your profile if you have not done so.
  3. Log in to your account.
  4. Select “Programs” (from the Top Menu).
  5. Filter by “Faculty/Teacher Led Program” (from the Left Navigation Bar).
  6. Select the program of your choice, click "APPLY" to fill out the form.
  7. When done, make sure to click "SUBMIT".
  8. Submit your $1,000 deposit (see instructions below).
  9. If you have any questions, contact uhabroad@hartford.edu / 860.768.4870.
To make a deposit:
  • Payment option 1: If you wish to make the payment on campus, The University of Hartford accepts cash, personal checks, money order, or traveler's checks at the Center for Student Success (CSS formerly SASC) — please note that the International Center cannot receive student checks. You can make checks payable to the UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD. When paying the program deposit at CSS, ensure that the payment is applied to "Off-Campus Study Deposit"; otherwise, it will not count towards your study abroad program.
  • Payment option 2: If you wish to make the payment online, the University of Hartford accepts E-check (ACH) and credit card payments online through the CASHNet site on the Self-Service Center Account. Accepted credit cards are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. There is no fee to make payment using an e-check; however, credit card payments are made using CASHNet SmartPay and will apply a service charge of 2.75% of the transaction amount.

For additional course information contact:

 Scholarships are available, deadline to apply is November 15th. 

Social Entrepreneuship and Marine Debris: India

 Journey to Kerala, India to explore the complex issue of marine litter and how social entrepreneurs are addressing the challenge.

Cost: estimated $2,600*

Travel Dates: March 12 March 22, 2020

Courses: UISS or UISC; open to all majors (3 credits)

Led by Professors Katherine Owens and Lillian Kamal

*All listed fees are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed until 10 deposits have been received. The University reserves the right to cancel the program if the required number of deposits have not been received by the deadline. In the event a program is canceled, all deposits will be refunded to the student account.

 Applications and a program deposit of $1,000 are DUE by November 1st and full payment is DUE December 15th. NOTE: Applications are not considered complete until an online application has been submitted and the $1,000 program deposit has been made.

To APPLY:
  1. Visit https://hartford-education-abroad.via-trm.com/
  2. Create a free user account and set up your profile if you have not done so.
  3. Log in to your account.
  4. Select “Programs” (from the Top Menu).
  5. Filter by “Faculty/Teacher Led Program” (from the Left Navigation Bar).
  6. Select the program of your choice, click "APPLY" to fill out the form.
  7. When done, make sure to click "SUBMIT".
  8. Submit your $1,000 deposit (see instructions below).
  9. If you have any questions, contact uhabroad@hartford.edu / 860.768.4870.
 To make a deposit:
  • Payment option 1: If you wish to make the payment on campus, The University of Hartford accepts cash, personal checks, money order, or traveler's checks at the Center for Student Success (CSS formerly SASC) — please note that the International Center cannot receive student checks. You can make checks payable to the UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD. When paying the program deposit at CSS, ensure that the payment is applied to "Off-Campus Study Deposit"; otherwise, it will not count towards your study abroad program.
  • Payment option 2: If you wish to make the payment online, the University of Hartford accepts E-check (ACH) and credit card payments online through the CASHNet site on the Self-Service Center Account. Accepted credit cards are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. There is no fee to make payment using an e-check; however, credit card payments are made using CASHNet SmartPay and will apply a service charge of 2.75% of the transaction amount.

 For additional course information contact:

Scholarships are available, deadline to apply is November 15th.

First-Year London Experience

The First Year London Experience offers University of Hartford students who have successfully completed their first year the opportunity to spend a week exploring the fascinating city of London with a group of fellow freshmen. The program will give 1 credit.

Students will go beyond being tourists as they gain insight into the differences between British and American culture, experience the theater and arts scene of London, and learn about the many multicultural layers of the city from local experts. This program provides freshmen with an enriching international experience and gives them the curiosity, confidence, and skill-set to undertake a more extensive study abroad experience later in their college career.

Situated in idyllic Regent’s Park, the program is hosted by our partner, Regent’s University in London. The location is a peaceful oasis in the middle of the bustling city. Students are just steps from the shops and cafes of famous Marylebone High Street as well as the Baker Street tube stop. On campus, students are housed in clean double or triple rooms with wireless access and a TV lounge. Students can also enjoy the excellent cafes, extensive sporting facilities, and beautiful grounds of Regent’s University.

This program was designed to be affordable and as all-inclusive as possible so students will not need to budget a large amount of additional money beyond personal expenses. Students are provided with a meal plan stipend for meals taken at Regent’s University as well as an Oyster Card that can be used for all buses and trains in zones 1-2 London. International airfare, scheduled lectures, one University of Hartford credit, tours and excursions are also included.  

Travel dates are estimated to be May 28 - June 5.  The cost of the First Year London Experience is approximately $2,850, and scholarships are available. The first two students to apply and deposit $1,000 for First Year London will receive a $500 scholarship. The deadline for all other scholarship applications is April 15, 2020.

First year students are encouraged to apply on or before February 15, 2020. Students must have full-time matriculated status and be in good academic, judicial and financial standing (at time of application and departure), with the intention of continuing studies at the University of Hartford.

All listed fees are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed until 10 deposits have been received. The University reserves the right to cancel the program if the required number of deposits have not been received by the deadline. In the event a program is canceled, all deposits will be refunded to the student account.

Applications and a program deposit of $1,000.00 are DUE by February 15, 2020; full payment is DUE March 15, 2020.  Applications are not considered complete until application has been submitted and the $1,000 program deposit has been received. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until the program reaches capacity.

For more information, please contact Nicole Kurker-Stewart at kurkerste@hartford.edu / 860.768.5101.

To APPLY:
  • Visit https://hartford-education-abroad.via-trm.com/
  • Create a free user account if you haven't done so.
  • Log in to your account.
  • Select “Programs” (from the Top Menu).
  • Filter by “Faculty/Teacher Led Program” (from the Left Navigation Bar).
  • Select the program of your choice, click "APPLY" and follow prompts.
  • Submit your $1,000 deposit (see instructions below).
  • If you have any questions, contact uhabroad@hartford.edu / 860.768.4870.
To make a deposit:
  • Payment option 1 - Make payment on campus.
    • The University of Hartford accepts cash, personal checks, money order, or traveler's checks at the Center for Student Success (CSS formerly SASC) — please note that the International Center cannot receive student checks.
    • Make checks payable to the UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD.
    • Ensure that the payment is applied to "Off-Campus Study Deposit"; otherwise, it will not count towards your study abroad program.
  • Payment option 2 - Make payment online.
    • The University of Hartford accepts E-check (ACH) and credit card payments online through the CASHNet site on the Self-Service Center Account.
    • Accepted credit cards are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. There is no fee to make payment using an e-check; however, credit card payments are made using CASHNet SmartPay and will apply a service charge of 2.75% of the transaction amount.
    • When making a payment online through the Self-Service Center, login to the system:
      • Click the Pay Your Bill CASHNet link.
      • Select the Make Payment link at the top of the page.
      • Choose “Off-Campus Study Abroad Deposit” link.
      • Enter dollar amount you will be paying and add to cart.
      • Follow remaining instructions.
      • Deposit will post to the student account.

 

Healthcare in Australia

Healthcare in Australia Study Abroad UHA Summer 2020

Did you ever dream of visiting stunning Australia?  Experiencing Australia beyond the classroom is a unique opportunity offered to you by UHART Nursing. Through this Summer Study Abroad program, you can fulfill graduation requirements with one or two online (3) credit courses for MSN and RN-BSN students. This 10-day Study Abroad Program in Australia is embedded in the 7-week summer session online course (May 11th to June 26th).   Program is open to all BSN and MSN students as well as students in other health related majors. Details for itinerary and program fees are below.

Sydney is a world-class multicultural city. It offers a mix of international culture, music and ideas. Our faculty-led short term University of Hartford Healthcare in Australia Study Abroad Program 2020 will give you all of that. Through your coursework and international experiences, you will learn about unique aspects of Australian healthcare, culture, society, as well as special topics such as gender & minority health, globalization & health for diverse groups. In addition to your stay in Sydney, you will take a field study trip to Canberra, the capital city of Australia, which is included in your program fee. The online courses connected to the study abroad program are engaging and linked to the field study in Australia. The international component includes organized cultural events as well as visits to hospitals and clinics.

Travel dates: Fri May 22 to Sun May 31, 2020

Program Cost: $3,999* Includes international roundtrip airfare, hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis, tour guide, 4 dinners, all breakfasts, transportation between cities in Australia.  

Faculty contact:  Prof. Karen Breda - breda@hartford.edu

 

Eligibility

All BSN & MSN students as well as students in other health related majors are welcome to apply. Students must be approved by the Chair of Nursing and meet the following eligibility criteria: be in good academic, judicial & financial standing (at time of application & departure), with the intention of completing the degree at the University of Hartford.

 

Application Details

  • Online application AND program deposit of $1,000 DUE by February 3, 2020
  • Full payment is DUE February 17, 2020
  • Applications are not considered complete until application has been submitted & the $1,000 program deposit has been received.
  • Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until the program reaches capacity.

*All listed fees are subject to change & cannot be guaranteed until 15 deposits have been received. The University reserves the right to cancel the program if the required number of deposits have not been received by the deadline. In the event a program is canceled, all deposits will be refunded to the student account.

For more information, please contact the Study Abroad Office at uhabroad@hartford.edu  / 860.768.4870

 

TO APPLY:

  1. Visit https://hartford-education-abroad.via-trm.com/
  2. Create a free user account if you have not done so.
  3. Log in to your account.
  4. Select “Programs” (from the Top Menu).
  5. Filter by “Faculty/Teacher Led Program” (from the Left Navigation Bar).
  6. Select the program of your choice, click "APPLY" and follow prompts.
  7. Submit your $1,000 deposit (see instructions below).
  8. If you have any questions, contact uhabroad@hartford.edu / 860.768.4870.

 

TO MAKE A DEPOSIT/PAYMENT:

  • Payment option 1 - Make payment on campus.
    • The University of Hartford accepts cash, personal checks, money order, or traveler's checks at the Center for Student Success (CSS formerly SASC) — please note that the International Center cannot receive student checks.
    • Make checks payable to the UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD.
    • Ensure that the payment is applied to "Off-Campus Study Deposit"; otherwise, it will not count towards your study abroad program.
  • Payment option 2 - Make payment online.
    • The University of Hartford accepts E-check (ACH) and credit card payments online through the CASHNet site on the Self-Service Center Account.
    • Accepted credit cards are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. There is no fee to make payment using an e-check; however, credit card payments are made using CASHNet SmartPay and will apply a service charge of 2.75% of the transaction amount.
    • When making a payment online through the Self-Service Center, login to the system:
      • Click the Pay Your Bill CASHNet link.
      • Select the Make Payment link at the top of the page.
      • Choose “Off-Campus Study Deposit” link.
      • Enter dollar amount you will be paying and add to cart.
      • Follow remaining instructions.
      • Deposit will post to the student account.

 

Itinerary UHART Health Care in Australia Study Abroad

 Friday 22 May - Depart from Boston’s Logan Airport for your flight to Sydney, Australia. Participants travel to airport on own. Please arrive at airport 3 hours prior to departure.

 Sunday 24 May - Arrive at Sydney airport in the morning! Upon arrival, we will be met by our tour escort, who will help with our transfer to the hotel in Sydney. Check in at hotel. The afternoon is at leisure free to rest, and or to explore. We will have dinner together this evening. [D]

 Monday 25 May - Sydney Tour Day! Transfer via city bus with bus passes. Professor Tomkins will lead group. Taronga Zoo entrance fee included General Entry includes zoo & Sky Safari cable car access all day. Evening free to explore or rest. Lunch & dinner on own today. [B]

 Tuesday 26 May - Sydney professional day. Morning & afternoon visits to health clinic, HIV, LBGTQ center, etc. transfer with city bus passes. Lunch on own. Evening free to explore, shop, etc. [B]

 Wednesday 27 May - Sydney Professional day with visits to health agency/university. Lunch on own. Afternoon free for sight-seeing. Dinner at the iconic restaurant The Imperial Erskineville. [B, D]

 Thursday 28 May - Canberra-Transfer to Canberra. Check out of hotel & meet our tour escort & driver for departure to Canberra (home of Australian federal government). Stop along way in a community health agency. Lunch on own. Arrive in Camberra & check into hotel. Group dinner at hotel included [B, D].

 Friday 29 May - Canberra. Visit government health agency, an indigenous center & the Parliament House. Lunch & dinner on own. Friday evening free for sightseeing.

 Saturday 30 MayCamberra - Sydney. Check out of hotel & leave for Sydney via coach bus. Final celebratory dinner group in Sydney. 3-Course dinner at Nick's Bar & Grill restaurant. [B, D]

 Sunday 31 May - Sydney Departure. Check out of hotel & transfer to airport for flight home from Sydney to Logan Airport in Boston. Participants travel home from Logan airport on own. [B]

  

Courses associated with Healthcare in Australia Study Abroad 2020

 Tuition for all courses taken in connection to Healthcare in Australia is discounted at 50%.

All courses associated with Healthcare in Australia are 7-week online courses beginning on Monday May 11 & ending on Friday June 26, 2020.

NUR 578 Gender, Sexuality & Minority Health Care (Australia) 3 credits

NUR 563 Globalization & Health (Australia) 3 credits

NUR 631 Practicum & Seminar in Nursing Education (Australia) 3 credits (Open to MSN Nursing education focus area students only)

NUR 680 Independent Study (Australia) 3 credits

NUR 343 Nursing & Diversity (Australia) 3 credits (Open to RN-BSN students only)

Direct all questions about courses to Prof. Karen Breda breda@hartford.edu

 

UHART Nursing Faculty-Led Short Term Study Abroad student Testimonial from 2019 

“Studying abroad in nursing school was always one of my dream goals. Unfortunately as an undergraduate, I wasn't able to study abroad & I thought I had lost my chance. When I decided to pursue my MSN online with the University of Hartford, studying abroad never crossed my mind, especially since I am a student from California. I realized my opportunity came when I spoke to Professor Duhamel & Professor Breda, who not only informed me that UHART had a study abroad program for nursing students, but also that it was open to online students! I immediately signed up & in May 2019, I was able to participate in the healthcare study abroad program in Italy. Studying abroad gave me the opportunity to immerse myself in another culture & to experience healthcare in a completely different way. As an online student, it was also amazing meeting my classmates in person & being able to close the gap between "virtual" & "reality." The experiences & friendships that I had from studying abroad were invaluable & I am so grateful that the University of Hartford helped make my dream happen. Whether you're studying from far away or right next to campus, I recommend studying abroad with UHART. If anyone wants to contact me for more info please email me at cassmarti@hartford.edu.

Thank you all!  - Cassie Martinez R

 

Tropical Ecology in Costa Rica

Travel dates: May 22 - 31, 2020
Tropical Ecology BYB 230 - 3 credits

This course with travel component to Costa Rica, led by Professor Dennis Wasko from Hillyer College, will explore the environment and ecology of Costa Rica.

Highlights include the following :

  • Visit to a family-run coffee farm
  • Trip to Los Lagos and hot springs
  • Guided nature walk through Monteverde Cloud Forest
  • Hike through ecosystems shaped by the Arenal Volcano
  • Excursions to Guanacaste with kayaking through mangroves
  • Tour of Las Pumas Sanctuary
  • Visit to El Rincon de la Vieja Volcano
  • Overnight excursion to Sarapiqui

Estimated Program Cost of  $3,950* includes:

  • 3 academic credits in BYB 230, Tropical Ecology
  • International round-trip airfare
  • Accommodations and some meals
  • Ground transportation
  • Guest lectures and site visits
  • All scheduled excursions and entrance fees

Scholarships are available. Scholarship application deadline is April 15, 2020.  Click here to find out more.

Applications and program deposit of $1,000 are BOTH due by February 15, 2020.  Full payment is DUE March 15, 2020.

Students must have full-time matriculated status and be in good academic, judicial and financial standing (at time of application and departure), with the intention of continuing studies at the University of Hartford.

To APPLY:
  1. Visit https://hartford-education-abroad.via-trm.com/
  2. Create a free user account if you have not done so.
  3. Log in to your account.
  4. Select “Programs” (from the Top Menu).
  5. Filter by “Faculty/Teacher Led Program” (from the Left Navigation Bar).
  6. Select the program of your choice, click "APPLY" and follow prompts.
  7. Submit your $1,000 deposit (see instructions below).
  8. If you have any questions, contact uhabroad@hartford.edu / 860.768.4870.
To make a deposit:
  • Payment option 1 - Make payment on campus.
    • The University of Hartford accepts cash, personal checks, money order, or traveler's checks at the Center for Student Success (CSS formerly SASC) — please note that the International Center cannot receive student checks.
    • Make checks payable to the UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD.
    • Ensure that the payment is applied to "Off-Campus Study Deposit"; otherwise, it will not count towards your study abroad program.
  • Payment option 2 - Make payment online.
    • The University of Hartford accepts E-check (ACH) and credit card payments online through the CASHNet site on the Self-Service Center Account.
    • Accepted credit cards are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. There is no fee to make payment using an e-check; however, credit card payments are made using CASHNet SmartPay and will apply a service charge of 2.75% of the transaction amount.
    • When making a payment online through the Self-Service Center, login to the system:
      • Click the Pay Your Bill CASHNet link.
      • Select the Make Payment link at the top of the page.
      • Choose “Off-Campus Study Deposit” link.
      • Enter dollar amount you will be paying and add to cart.
      • Follow remaining instructions.
      • Deposit will post to the student account.

 Note: Applications are not considered complete until application has been submitted and program deposit has been received. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until the program reaches capacity.

*All listed fees are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed until 10 deposits have been received. The University reserves the right to cancel the program if the required number of deposits have not been received by the deadline. In the event a program is canceled, all deposits will be refunded to the student account.

 

Spanish Immersion

Travel dates: May 21 – June 1, 2020

This program is open to all participants interested in experiencing the culture of Spain while furthering their Spanish language acquisition. Participants do not need prior language experience to apply. Upon completion of the program, students will earn a program certificate from Colegio Delibes confirming their language study.

Based in Salamanca, Spain, program highlights include city tours, visits to vineyards, castles, cathedrals, cooking and dance lessons, and more.  Participants have the option to stay with a host family with meals included, or in a hotel with double or single occupancy for an additional fee. Linda Dalpe, Professor of Spanish at Quinnipiac University and Asnuntuck Community College, will guide the program in conjunction with Colegio Delibes.

For more course information contact: Linda Dalpe (linda.dalpe@quinnipiac.edu).

View planned itinerary, click here.

 

Estimated Program Fees*:

  • $3,500 (lodging with a host family, single room, meals included)
  • $3,650 (hotel accommodation, double occupancy room, breakfasts included)
  • $3,800 (hotel accommodation, single occupancy room, breakfasts included).

Program fee includes round-trip international airfare, hotel accommodations and some meals, in-country transportation, airport transfers, 20-hour classes, guest lectures, site visits, and all scheduled excursions and entrance fees.

*All listed fees are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed until 10 deposits have been received. The University reserves the right to cancel the program if the required number of deposits have not been received by the deadline. In the event a program is canceled, all deposits will be refunded to the student account.

Online applications and a program deposit of $1,000 are DUE by Febuary 15 and full payment is DUE March 15. Applications are not considered complete until an online application has been submitted and the program deposit has been received.

To APPLY:
  1. Visit https://hartford-education-abroad.via-trm.com/
  2. Create a free user account if you have not done so.
  3. Log in to your account.
  4. Select “Programs” (from the Top Menu).
  5. Filter by “Faculty/Teacher Led Program” (from the Left Navigation Bar).
  6. Select the program of your choice, click "APPLY" and follow prompts.
  7. Submit your $1,000 deposit (see instructions below).
  8. If you have any questions, contact uhabroad@hartford.edu / 860.768.4870.
To make a deposit:
  • Payment option 1 - Make payment on campus.
    • The University of Hartford accepts cash, personal checks, money order, or traveler's checks at the Center for Student Success (CSS formerly SASC) — please note that the International Center cannot receive student checks.
    • Make checks payable to the UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD.
    • Ensure that the payment is applied to "Off-Campus Study Deposit"; otherwise, it will not count towards your study abroad program.
  • Payment option 2 - Make payment online.
    • The University of Hartford accepts E-check (ACH) and credit card payments online through the CASHNet site on the Self-Service Center Account.
    • Accepted credit cards are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. There is no fee to make payment using an e-check; however, credit card payments are made using CASHNet SmartPay and will apply a service charge of 2.75% of the transaction amount.
    • When making a payment online through the Self-Service Center, login to the system:
      • Click the Pay Your Bill CASHNet link.
      • Select the Make Payment link at the top of the page.
      • Choose “Off-Campus Study Deposit” link.
      • Enter dollar amount you will be paying and add to cart.
      • Follow remaining instructions.
      • Deposit will post to the student account.

Irish History & Culture

Immerse yourself in the politics and culture of Ireland. Study "Irish Culture and History"  while traveling for 11 days in Ireland. Students will gain a broad introduction to the history, politics, literature and culture of this beautiful country known as Celtic Tiger.

Cost: estimated $3,650 (Includes lodging, some meals, entrance fees and excursions.  Does not include airfare and airport transfers)

Program Dates: May 25 June 4, 2020 (Recommend to start travel on May 24 to arrive on May 25)

Courses: UISC 190 - Irish Culture and History (will fulfill AUCW or AUCC)

 

To APPLY:
  1. Visit https://hartford-education-abroad.via-trm.com/
  2. Create a free user account if you have not done so.
  3. Log in to your account.
  4. Select “Programs” (from the Top Menu).
  5. Filter by “Faculty/Teacher Led Program” (from the Left Navigation Bar).
  6. Select the program of your choice, click "APPLY" and follow prompts.
  7. Submit your $1,000 deposit (see instructions below).
  8. If you have any questions, contact uhabroad@hartford.edu / 860.768.4870.
To make a deposit:
  • Payment option 1 - Make payment on campus.
    • The University of Hartford accepts cash, personal checks, money order, or traveler's checks at the Center for Student Success (CSS formerly SASC) — please note that the International Center cannot receive student checks.
    • Make checks payable to the UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD.
    • Ensure that the payment is applied to "Off-Campus Study Deposit"; otherwise, it will not count towards your study abroad program.
  • Payment option 2 - Make payment online.
    • The University of Hartford accepts E-check (ACH) and credit card payments online through the CASHNet site on the Self-Service Center Account.
    • Accepted credit cards are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. There is no fee to make payment using an e-check; however, credit card payments are made using CASHNet SmartPay and will apply a service charge of 2.75% of the transaction amount.
    • When making a payment online through the Self-Service Center, login to the system:
      • Click the Pay Your Bill CASHNet link.
      • Select the Make Payment link at the top of the page.
      • Choose “Off-Campus Study Deposit” link.
      • Enter dollar amount you will be paying and add to cart.
      • Follow remaining instructions.
      • Deposit will post to the student account.

Scholarships are available. Scholarship application deadline is April 15, 2020.  Click here to find out more.

Dance in Amsterdam

Students train for two weeks in July at the Henny Juriens Stichting center for contemporary dance in Amsterdam. The program is open to dance majors at the University of Hartford and other schools.

To APPLY:
  1. Visit https://hartford-education-abroad.via-trm.com/
  2. Create a free user account if you have not done so.
  3. Log in to your account.
  4. Select “Programs” (from the Top Menu).
  5. Filter by “Faculty/Teacher Led Program” (from the Left Navigation Bar).
  6. Select the program of your choice, click "APPLY" and follow prompts.
  7. Submit your $1,000 deposit (see instructions below).
  8. If you have any questions, contact uhabroad@hartford.edu / 860.768.4870.
To make a deposit:
  • Payment option 1: If you wish to make the payment on campus, The University of Hartford accepts cash, personal checks, money order, or traveler's checks at the Center for Student Success (CSS formerly SASC) — please note that the International Center cannot receive student checks. You can make checks payable to the UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD. When paying the program deposit at CSS, ensure that the payment is applied to "Off-Campus Study Deposit"; otherwise, it will not count towards your study abroad program.
  • Payment option 2: If you wish to make the payment online, the University of Hartford accepts E-check (ACH) and credit card payments online through the CASHNet site on the Self-Service Center Account. Accepted credit cards are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. There is no fee to make payment using an e-check; however, credit card payments are made using CASHNet SmartPay and will apply a service charge of 2.75% of the transaction amount

Lithuania

This program is conducted by the Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies, and brings students and faculty to Lithuania for archaeological digs regarding Jewish history and aspects of the Holocaust.

To APPLY:
  1. Visit https://hartford-education-abroad.via-trm.com/
  2. Create a free user account if you have not done so.
  3. Log in to your account.
  4. Select “Programs” (from the Top Menu).
  5. Filter by “Faculty/Teacher Led Program” (from the Left Navigation Bar).
  6. Select the program of your choice, click "APPLY" and follow prompts.
  7. Submit your $1,000 deposit (see instructions below).
  8. If you have any questions, contact uhabroad@hartford.edu / 860.768.4870.
To make a deposit:
  • Payment option 1: If you wish to make the payment on campus, The University of Hartford accepts cash, personal checks, money order, or traveler's checks at the Center for Student Success (CSS formerly SASC) — please note that the International Center cannot receive student checks. You can make checks payable to the UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD. When paying the program deposit at CSS, ensure that the payment is applied to "Off-Campus Study Deposit"; otherwise, it will not count towards your study abroad program.
  • Payment option 2: If you wish to make the payment online, the University of Hartford accepts E-check (ACH) and credit card payments online through the CASHNet site on the Self-Service Center Account. Accepted credit cards are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. There is no fee to make payment using an e-check; however, credit card payments are made using CASHNet SmartPay and will apply a service charge of 2.75% of the transaction amount

Graduate Architecture in Italy

This program is only open to CETA graduate architecture students, who will spend six weeks at our partner International Studies Institute in Florence, Italy.

To APPLY:
  1. Visit https://hartford-education-abroad.via-trm.com/
  2. Create a free user account if you have not done so.
  3. Log in to your account.
  4. Select “Programs” (from the Top Menu).
  5. Filter by “Faculty/Teacher Led Program” (from the Left Navigation Bar).
  6. Select the program of your choice, click "APPLY" and follow prompts.
  7. Submit your $1,000 deposit (see instructions below).
  8. If you have any questions, contact uhabroad@hartford.edu / 860.768.4870.
To make a deposit:
  • Payment option 1: If you wish to make the payment on campus, The University of Hartford accepts cash, personal checks, money order, or traveler's checks at the Center for Student Success (CSS formerly SASC) — please note that the International Center cannot receive student checks. You can make checks payable to the UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD. When paying the program deposit at CSS, ensure that the payment is applied to "Off-Campus Study Deposit"; otherwise, it will not count towards your study abroad program.
  • Payment option 2: If you wish to make the payment online, the University of Hartford accepts E-check (ACH) and credit card payments online through the CASHNet site on the Self-Service Center Account. Accepted credit cards are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. There is no fee to make payment using an e-check; however, credit card payments are made using CASHNet SmartPay and will apply a service charge of 2.75% of the transaction amount

I loved taking classes in London, but just being abroad taught me lessons that you don’t learn in a classroom like how to navigate public transportation, how to travel in groups, to go with the flow, and important time management skills."

Rachel Bonaparte '19, Communication, College of Arts and Sciences

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