Study Abroad Information Sessions
A representative from each program will be on hand to discuss the program and answer any questions. Students can drop in for the session, no appointment is required.
Tuesday, February 2 – 12:00-1:00–ISA Euroscholars Program—Fisk 302
EuroScholars offers research opportunities in all fields of study. Additional areas of interest are honors programs and undergraduate research offices. Please see list of pre approved programs on the Study Abroad website
Tuesday, February 9 – 12:00-1:00–The Swedish Program—Fisk 302
The Swedish Program is sponsored by a consortium of American colleges and universities and is affiliated with the Stockholm School of Economics, one of the most prestigious universities in Europe for the study of economics, finance, and business. The Swedish Program offers a full range of liberal arts courses each semester.
Fall, spring or full year. Range of courses taught in English; especially strong in public policy, PSYC, ENGL, FGSS, GOVT/IR, SOC, Swedish language.
Wednesday, February 10 –12:00-1:00– IFSA-Butler—Fisk 210
IFSA-Butler provides quality study abroad opportunities, plus academic and personal support services, for qualified North American undergraduates seeking to earn academic credit through study abroad. IFSA-Butler currently operates programs in Argentina, Australia, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Egypt, England, India, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Peru, the Republic of Ireland, Scotland, Spain and Wales. Please see list of pre approved programs on the Study Abroad website
Thursday, February 11 – 12:00-1:00–IES—Fisk 302
More than 130 academic programs Programs in 35+ cities and 21 countries. Please see list of pre approved programs on the Study Abroad website
Thursday, February 18 – 12:00-1:00–CERGE-EI UPCES in Prague—Fisk 302
UPCES is the undergraduate study abroad program of Charles University and CERGE-EIin Prague, Czech Republic. Classes meet in the Schebek Palace, a historic building in the center of Prague. Courses bring together European and American students in a small and interactive classroom setting. Outside the classroom, UPCES students explore the cultures of Central Europe firsthand. Program trips, excursions, internships, and immersion activities offer opportunities to discover new places, people, and perspectives.
Fall, spring, or full year. Czech language course plus four courses in social sciences and humanities, primarily related to area studies
Wednesday, February 24 – 12:00-1:00–SIT—Fisk 210
SIT offers more than 70 programs in Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East, as well as comparative programs in multiple locations. Please see list of pre approved programs on the Study Abroad website. All SIT Study Abroad programs, regardless of type, grapple with the complexities of critical issues and offer students a high level of access to experts and stakeholders relevant to the issues being examined. Learning on SIT programs extends beyond the program center to provide students with holistic, multifaceted, field-based experiences.