The CAPA Sydney Global Cities Program

The CAPA Sydney Global Cities Program

The gateway to Australia’s vast countryside, Sydney is a vibrant hub of international business, fine arts, design, theater, technology, politics, and finance. CAPA’s Sydney Program puts students right in the middle of it all located near the historic Rocks district and Sydney’s famous harbor. Discover more than the city’s 70+ white sand beaches, surf culture, and iconic Opera House. In Sydney alone there are more than 120 nationalities with a vibrant foodie scene, rich history, and opportunity to learn about Aboriginal communities.

Subjects

  • Biology (General)
  • Computer Science
  • Mathematics
  • Sports Economics/Management
  • Finance
  • Journalism / Broadcasting
  • Business
  • Psychology
  • Art History
  • Anthropology
  • Economics
  • International Affairs/Relations
  • Art/Fine Arts

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The CAPA Shanghai Global Cities Program

Centrally located in the heart of Shanghai, CAPA’s Program places students in the world’s newest powerhouse. Students study at East China Normal University (ECNU) a world-renowned research university known for its beautiful campus scenes with gardens, canals, bridges, and open space. In your free time explore all the diverse things Shanghai has to offer such as famously adventurous street food, state of the art transportation, bartering at markets, etc. In Shanghai the world is at your fingertips as a business, tech, and international trade hub. As seen from the global impact of Shanghai’s economy, diversity is everywhere in the bustling city described as “The Venice of China.”

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Global Seminar: Wrongful Conviction

It’s impossible to imagine what it’s like to be convicted for a crime you didn’t commit, and yet it happens every day to innocent people across the globe. The progress of science and ability analyze evidence in new ways, along with determination for justice, is giving many of these people a chance to be set free. CAPA’s wrongful conviction seminar is taught by a lawyer who has spent much of his life dedicated to freeing those wrongly imprisoned through the California Innocence Project. In this seminar, you will be study lectures, readings, videos, and participate in case studies and exercises to best understand how to protect the rights of those mistakenly incarcerated.

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