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The first step in finding the right program for you is about setting your own academic and personal goals. It is most likely that multiple programs may be possible for you; there is no single perfect program. To discuss your academic and personal goals or specific programs you can contact an SCU Study Abroad advisor at email@example.com or 408-551-3019.
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Oceania : New Zealand : Dunedin
There is virtually no limit to the unique educational opportunities that are available to you at Otago. Particular academic strengths include political studies, anthropology, film & media studies, theatre studies, geology, environmental science, ecology, genetics, biochemistry, bioethics, business, and physical education. If you are interested, there are some fascinating field study options available for students in geology, ecology and anthropology and some unique courses in subject areas like indigenous studies, and contemporary music. Regardless of the courses you choose to take, you can expect to see a new way of looking at the world. Program recommended for major(s)/minor(s): Computer Science & Engineering, Web Design & Engineering
Latin America : Nicaragua : Managua
Explore Nicaragua a generation after the Revolution and investigate how today's youth are creatively advocating for change. In this program, students will critically examine youth culture, advocacy, social change, and expression, across two generations in Nicaragua. All coursework is delivered in Spanish.
Europe : Northern Ireland : Belfast
The Fulbright Commission Queen?s University Belfast Summer Institute is a four-week cultural and academic programme for US students held at Queen?s University Belfast in Northern Ireland, UK. The theme of the institute is Understanding Ireland: Northern Perspectives.
Latin America : Panama : Panama City
This program provides students an opportunity to study tropical ecology up close in one of the world's most diverse wildlife and plant environments. Topics of study include: tropical forest ecology; marine and wetland ecology; community resource conservation; indigenous resource use; human-natural resource interface; and the Panamanian environmental movement.
Latin America : Peru : Cuzco
NEW SCU PROGRAM STARTING FALL 2015 - This program explores the social, economic, political, and cultural impacts of globalization on indigenous peoples, and the ways in which communities respond and adapt to these transformations in Peru. Topics of study include: 1)Indigenous rights, advocacy, and policy, 2) Community empowerment, 3)Identity recognition, 4)Historical legacies and contemporary social movements, 5) Impacts of global changes: society, culture, economy, and ecology.
Asia : Philippines : Manila
THIS PROGRAM IS CURRENTLY SUSPENDED DUE TO THE US STATE DEPT TRAVEL WARNING CURRENTLY IN EFFECT. The Santa Clara University exchange program in Manila allows students to directly enroll in courses at Ateneo de Manila University. Students are able to courses in the following schools: humanities, management, science and engineering and social sciences.
Asia : Philippines : Manila
The USF Casa Bayanihan program in the Philippines offers students an opportunity to immerse themselves in the reality of the Philippines. The program is rooted in four components, or pillars: accompaniment, academics, community, and spirituality. Beginning with sustained accompaniment of the poor, the Casa Bayanihan integrates praxis experience into rigorous academic reflection, and then supports this reflection through a carefully structured web of spiritual and communal support. A significant aspect of the Casa experience includes field placement where students are be placed within a small community where they will accompany and develop unique relationships with the local Filipino people. Learning amidst the gritty reality of these poor communities will be one of the most important aspects of this immersion experience.
Europe : Poland : Warsaw
Students study sociological, historical and political aspects of Polish culture at the CIEE Study Center . Students with advanced business standing can take business classes by direct enrolling in the Warsaw School of Economics. One Polish language course is required. Instruction is in English and Polish.
Africa : Burkina Faso : Ouagadougou
NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2015. The Santa Clara University Fall Quarter Study Abroad/Immersion in Burkina Faso is a study abroad program for students interested in combining academic work on the development challenges of West Africa with immersion and community-based learning experiences in public libraries in small towns and villages in rural areas. Students spend the first six weeks of the program in Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina Faso, the second six weeks in a rural village in southwestern Burkina Faso, a week of travel in the region, and a final two weeks back in Ouagadougou. During the program, students intern in a village community library and create and publish two books of photography about village life in Burkina Faso. Program recommended for the following major(s)/minor(s):Business majors, French, Sociology
Africa : Rwanda : Kigali
This program examines the origins of conflict in Rwanda; the social, human, and psychological impacts of genocide; and the challenges and opportunities of post-conflict restoration. Students learn from Rwandan and Ugandan academics as well as local and international professionals working in the areas of transitional justice, peacebuilding, and post-conflict reconciliation.
Europe : Scotland : Dundee and Glagow
The Fulbright-Scotland Summer Institute is a five-week cultural and academic programme for US students held at University of Dundee and the University of Strathclyde. The theme of the institute is Scotland: Identity, Culture and Innovation.The Fulbright Scotland Summer Institute will provide American undergraduate students with a unique perspective on the cultural and political forces that have shaped modern Scotland, with a strong emphasis on its pioneering role as a technological nation. The Institute will be delivered through an innovative partnership between two distinctively Scottish modern universities - the University of Dundee and the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.
Europe : Scotland : Edinburgh
The Scottish Business in the Arts Summer Program combines academic learning and internship experience with an Edinburgh Festival company during the world?s largest arts festival. Students will experience an exciting eight-week program specifically designed to assist non-specialist undergraduates to learn about the operations of business organizations in the arts and culture sector.
Europe : Scotland : Edinburgh
This program is ideal for students with a penchant for creative writing or a passion for British literature and allows them to study abroad at Scottish Universities' International Summer School. Students will also have the opportunity to work with accomplished British writers and study with students from around the world.
Europe : Scotland : Edinburgh
The Arcadia Edinburgh program offers students an extensive range of courses at the University of Edinburgh in the arts, humanities, social sciences, science and engineering, languages, divinity studies, education, law, medicine and veterinary medicine, and music. The College of Humanities has also devised a number of study abroad special interest programs in order to assist students in finding and selecting courses within a specialized area of academic inquiry. Examples include study programs in pre-law; Muslim-Christian studies; religious studies; and Scottish studies. Program recommend major(s)/minor(s): Biology, Environmental Sciences, Public Health, Bioengineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Web Design & Engineering
Africa : Senegal : Dakar
NEW SCU PROGRAM STARTING FALL 2015 - This program takes a critical approach to Senegalese artistic and cultural forms ? from traditional aesthetic expressions to modern notions of cosmopolitanism/afropolitanism and urban identities realized in new artistic formats such as hip-hop, street art, and graffiti. Students not only learn a variety of West African art forms and what they represent but also learn to create and perform them.