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Summer 2015 faculty-led Study Abroad programs announced

An ISU student enjoys the view during her summer program in Peru.

An Illinois State student enjoys the view during her summer program in Peru.

The Study Abroad office is excited to announce the new faculty-led programs for the summer 2015 term!

Faculty-led programs are great for students who are interested in exploring the idea of study abroad on a short-term scale. These programs are offered in a wide variety of academic concentrations and usually consist of a guided experience ranging from 10 days to one month. Students travel with an Illinois State faculty member, as well as a small group of other ISU students.

For students, these programs offer the chance to experience international culture through a wide variety of programs and places without disrupting the fall and spring academic terms. For faculty members, these programs provide the opportunity to educate students through the use of methods and resources beyond the typical classroom setting.

To learn more, please check out the programs below:

Australia: Art education
Brazil: Nursing
Brazil: Portuguese language
Croatia: Criminal justice
Czech Republic: Theatre
England: Education
England: Nursing
France: Communications
Ghana: History, music, theatre
Hong Kong: Communication Sciences and Disorders
Italy: Art and history
Ireland: Education
Netherlands: Economics
Peru: Politics
Russia: Kinesiology and Recreation
Russia: Nursing
Spain: Education
Spain: Spanish language

If you are a student looking for general information about studying abroad or a faculty member looking to create a new program abroad, please visit the Office of International Studies and Programs in 308 Fell Hall. You can also reach the office by phone at (309) 438-5276 or by email at StudyAbroad@IllinoisState.edu.

 

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