Your time in Israel at Hebrew University’s Rothberg International School will open up a world of possibilities. Our stimulating courses are designed to help you delve into your area of study in a whole new way – with a culturally and socially diverse, hands-on experience you won’t find anywhere else. Join students from more than 90 countries for a truly international experience in Jerusalem. Study in July or August, or combine courses from both sessions to get the most out of your summer. We offer courses taught in English at the undergraduate and graduate levels in all fields.
You will not be able to get enough of the active lifestyle of New Zeland while you explore the one-of- a-kind landscape of Auckland. Climb to the highest point in Auckland on the top of Mount Eden, watch the sailboats glide by in Waitemata Harbour and Hauraki Gulf, or visit One Tree Hill, one of the largest and most culturally significant volcanoes in the city. When you need to rest, simply sit back, put your feet up, and take in the breathtaking beauty of New Zealand. Auckland Direct Enrollment - University Of Auckland We are not surprised that the 2012 Mercer Quality of Living Survey ranked Auckland third in the world for quality of life. With beautiful volcanoes and lava flows, a dynamic mixture of European, Asian, and Pacific Island influences; friendly residents; and breathtaking coastal views, you will fall for the tropical charm of Auckland. You directly enroll in the University of Auckland, a prestigious research university that has courses in more than 150 disciplines. The University has a wealth of options in Maori Studies and has a Marae (Maori sacred ground) on campus, indicative of not only the diversity in Auckland, but also its strong ties to the indigenous Maori heritage. Auckland will also be your classroom. Visit the Auckland War Memorial Museum to learn about the past of New Zealand. Learn about the diverse geography from the Auckland Volcanic Field to the isthmus that Auckland is on. Everything you do and see will be part of your international education. We want you to feel at home in Auckland, so we will do everything we can to help you integrate into daily life. We encourage you to take advantage of the numerous clubs and organizations at the University - many of which include sports and outdoor activities - where you will meet New Zealand students who share similar interests.
Diversity Abroad & University of Auckland are proud to announce a new partnership for study abroad starting Fall 2017. Apply today for one of two $9,300 (or $12,750 NZD) scholarships towards your study abroad program with University of Auckland. Students who apply but are not selected will be eligible to receive one of ten $730 (or $1,000 NZD) Scholarships as well. Scholarship funds may only be applied towards University of Auckland programs. For additional information and instructions on how to apply for an program, please visit www.auckland.ac.nz/studyabroad
The Colosseum. St. Peter’s Basilica. The Vatican. The Pantheon. Instantly recognizable, absolutely incomparable: If you had to sum up Italy’s capital city with just one word, it would have to be “iconic.” When you study abroad in Rome with CEA, you’ll live and learn within walking distance of the centers of power that have shaped Western civilization for millennia. Not many opportunities can rival the experience of studying abroad in Rome. From art to architecture, fashion to food, Rome’s history and culture make it the ideal destination for students who wish to live in an influential city that’s long been a source of religious, political, and economic power.
Haifa is a beautiful city, set on the Mediterranean Sea on the slope of Mount Carmel. Israel’s foremost port city, it plays a major role in the nation’s economy and is a center for high tech research and industry. Its 17 kilometers of beaches host excellent surfing and sailing conditions and nature trails, bicycle paths, wildlife reserves, and Carmel National Park beckon for outdoor enthusiasts. The city’s historical and cultural riches include museums, film and music festivals, an internationally acclaimed symphony orchestra, theatre, and numerous cinemas, discos, restaurants, and pubs. It provides easy access to other parts of Israel, with Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and Ben-Gurion Airport all less than two hours away. In addition to Haifa’s vibrant Jewish community, its cultural and religious mosaic includes many churches and mosques. Haifa is also host to the center for the Baha’i faith and to Israel’s only Ahmadi Muslim community. The Ahmadiyya is an Indian sect of Islam, founded in the late nineteenth century, which promotes peace among nations and opposes religious coercion. Their large mosque houses a prayer hall and a first-floor exhibit of their history and significant contributions. An UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Baha’i World Centre is an expansive complex of gardens centered around the gold-domed Shrine of the Bab. Other sights in Haifa include Stella Maris Carmelite Monastery, home to a cave considered by Christian tradition to be the grave of the Prophet Elijah, the nineteenth-century German colony, Paris Square, Carmel National Forest, Ein Hod artist’s colony, the Haifa Theatre and numerous museums.
The University of Waikato is one of New Zealand’s major public universities, with a comprehensive range of courses in many fields. It’s renowned for its diverse student body and the high quality of its academic offerings, including business, sciences, and Maori studies. Waikato has a higher percentage of Maori students than any other university in New Zealand, so it is an ideal place to learn about the original culture of these islands. The academic system is based on the British university tradition. All professors are active researchers in their fields, and students get a high degree of personal attention from their instructors. The welcoming local culture, beautiful natural setting, and highly international student body make this program a great opportunity to explore all New Zealand has to offer.
Just like the U.S., Brazil is a melting pot of cultures – a nation of immigrants who infused society with a colorful multicultural and multiethnic tapestry with influences from native Brazilians, Portuguese, and Africans. You’ll study this tapestry, and become part of it yourself, on CIEE’s Liberal Arts program in Rio de Janeiro. A rigorous language program, engaging courses, homestays, and cultural activities bring you into the depths of this exciting metropolis and the gorgeous landscapes that lie beyond. Study abroad in Rio de Janeiro and you'll: - Enjoy one of the most beautiful urban settings in the world and cultural epicenter of Latin America's largest, fastest-growing, and most dynamic economy - Learn Portuguese through language instruction specifically designed for international students at Brazil's top university - Volunteer at local NGOs, schools, and other organizations as part of an integrated CIEE community engagement program - Immerse yourself in Brazilian academic and social life through homestays with local families, and a vibrant urban campus life - Witness firsthand the legendary economic and cultural development that defines Brazil today
The Thailand Summer Study Abroad program with TEAN is a 3 or 6-week program based in Chiang Mai. This scholarship is for an outstanding student who also identifies as LGBTQ. The $3,000 scholarship can be used toward your program fees and tuition for Summer 2015. It will cover the cost of your tuition, services and housing for one 3-week module.
Stand out from the crowd and join The Beijing Center for a Semester or Full Year immersion in the heart of Beijing, China! By combining quality language studies and coursework, unparalleled immersion opportunities, and an excursion throughout the country, you will learn more about China in one week than you have in your entire life. You will select a level of Mandarin appropriate to your efficiency, and will have the opportunity to practice on a daily basis with a tutor, Chinese roommate, as well as on and off campus! Choose from our selection of courses accredited by Loyola University Chicago and taught by leading scholars from China's outstanding universities and institutes. Each semester you will travel on a two-week excursion. In the Fall, you will follow the ancient route of the Silk Road, history's cultural bridge between East and West, and in the Spring, You will experience China's cultural diversity as you travel throughout country's southeastern province of Yunnan.
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