Join students from around the world for programs combining scholarly research with practical experience. At Hebrew University’s Rothberg International School, you’ll study with leading experts and network with peers and professionals in Jerusalem, a global city known for both its rich history and high-tech, entrepreneurial environment.
The Master of Arts in Teaching Reading/Reading Certificate program (MATR) is designed to help teachers follow USF’s mission to pursue social justice and the common good by ensuring that all students have fair access to high-quality education with a foundation in literacy. The program prepares new and experienced K-12 educators as reading professionals who provide expert literacy instruction in their own classrooms, work as reading tutors and literacy support providers, serve as school literacy coaches, and contribute to the larger debate on literacy policy as engaged scholars.
SIT’s Master of Arts in Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation program gives students the analytical ability, theoretical knowledge, and practical skills to work with groups of people in conflict. Student focus on conflict in relation to development, inter-group relations, youth programs, humanitarian aid, education, or human rights.
The University of California, Riverside's partnership with Southern Cross University (SCU) offers an affordable pathway for you to complete a Master of International Tourism & Hotel Management in as little as 15 months. Begin your studies at UCR in the Postgraduate Diploma in Tourism & Hospitality Management program, and complete your Master’s degree in an accredited, highly respected program in Australia.
The Comparative and Regional Studies (CRS) program prepares students to be regional experts who understand key global issues through comparative analysis across regions and countries. Unlike traditional regional studies,CRS combines study of the comparative method with regional expertise. In this way, CRS regional concentrations serve as laboratories for knowledge, allowing students to draw lessons from experiences within a region to inform their understanding of the local context and, importantly, of how and why the local context shapes outcomes of global interest.
In contrast with those public confusing ideas, the true Chinese language consists of two parts: vernacular Chinese and ancient classical Chinese. Vernacular Chinese(Mandarin and Cantoness) is using for daily life(science and technology learning), the traditional classical Chinese using for inheriting the wisdom and culture. Nobody could understand the Chinese culture and traditional wisdom(Confucius, Taoism, FengShui, YinYang, TaiJi etc....) without learning ancient Chinese language. By teaching the truly traditional Chinese cultures, the teachings of ancient sage, ancient wisdom, and environmental consciousness, ChuShan team\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s goal is to guide people to live with peace, wisdom and happiness. In fact, the students will naturally have their Mandarin capacity during the whole process. ChuShan help people would not just fallen in vernacular Chinese through this unique Chinese traditional culture course. If you would like to Radically Understand True Chinese Traditional Cultural Values. You will learn the true Chinese language in a traditional classroom, where you will also learn to follow traditional rules of the Chinese culture and codes of etiquette. You will learn to write, chant and recite the classic Confucian teachings, including rhymed couplets, in a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere. ChuShan Class 1 & 2 will give you deep rewards in true traditional Chinese culture, the education from greatest of the ancient Chinese sages.
The American MBA program at CIS has a duration of approximately 16 months and is accredited by Endicott College. The program includes part time (afternoon-evening) classes and full time internships with national and international companies from our vast network in Madrid. Classes have a maximum of 12 students and are based on practical assessments including group work, projects, presentations, simulations and participation.
The POLI.DESIGN Consorzio of the Politecnico di Milano and ISAD, Istituto Superiore di Architettura e Design together with the Confindustria associations of Bergamo, Como and Lecco and their member companies are organising the first first-level Master's Degree in New Tech Style Design, textile experiences, to enhance, develop and promote Italian textile products through research, innovation and collaboration. The purpose of the Master's Degree is increase knowledge of textiles, not only in terms of possible applications in the sectors of fashion and design, and, at the same time, to prepare and develop a system of skills aimed at innovating textiles for both the clothing and furnishings and home markets: industrial design expertise aimed at product innovation, not only in aesthetic-formal terms, but also in the performance of materials, comfort and ergonomics, and process innovation aimed at simplifying, optimising and increasing the quality of processes.
Doing something for others is good; helping another is heartwarming. Would you like to share your abilities and gifts with others? Would you like to use your unique talents to give back and see in the faces of someone else what it means to be useful? And would you like to do this all in combination with exciting travel where you will meet new people in a new culture? If you answer yes, then you mustnât hesitate: enroll in our ALTERNATIVE BREAK ABROAD ECUADOR program now! This program is also for you if you believe in travel and an immersion in the cultures of the world as a means to share experience and knowledge among all people. The Alternative Break Abroad program combines volunteer work with adventure and the experience of travelling and learning about other cultures, customs and places. Volunteering to help children, the community or the environment is also a new way to learn about yourself. This group-based (5 participants or more) volunteer program is for those who are interesting in combining travel abroad with community service and studying Spanish for free. Our Alternative Break Abroad program gives you the opportunity to volunteer for short or long term programs run year-round in the Amazon, Coast, Andes and Galapagos - Ecuador. Eco Volunteer UP gives you the chance to learn, volunteer and expose yourself to the lifestyle of a third world country, while traveling and immersing yourself in an Ecuadorian culture. And youâll also learn Spanish for free! Choose among three exciting Alternative Break options: ONE WEEK BREAK: Participants can choose to volunteer at any project in QUITO among health, child care, orphanage, children with disabilities or elderly care project, or Conservation CLOUD FOREST. Combine this with a cultural day tour in the afternoon in Quito, free Spanish lessons and the last two days of travel to MINDO for a fantastic zip line tour or another activity (tubing, rappelling, chocolate making or visiting a butterfly farm), plus visit EQUATOR LINE â MITAD DEL MUNDO and OTAVALO, the largest indigenous market in South America. Program fee: US $245 + registration fee Includes*: Pick up and drop off at airport in Quito, accommodation and three meals per day, orientation and support before and during your volunteering, cultural day tour in Quito, trips to Mindo and Otavalo (including transportation) and free Spanish lessons. TWO WEEK BREAK: Participants combine different projects. Two days volunteering in QUITO at orphanage, day care, elderly care or children with disabilities project, a cultural day tour in the afternoon in Quito, free Spanish lessons, three days volunteering at Conservation project in CLOUD FOREST and a tour to MINDO for zip line tour or another activity (tubing, rappelling, chocolate making or visiting a butterfly farm), plus visit EQUATOR LINE â MITAD DEL MUNDO and OTAVALO, the largest indigenous market in South America, and one week in the fabulous GALAPAGOS with four days volunteering at an ecological farm and three day trips to different Islands or attractions including a day on the beach. Program fee: US$ 630 + registration fee Includes: Pick up and drop off airport in Quito, accommodation and three meals per day, orientation and support before and during your volunteering, cultural day tour in Quito, trips to Mindo, Otavalo and three day trips in Galapagos, transportation for the trips and free Spanish lessons. Not included: Ticket to Ecuador, ticket from Quito â Galapagos and Galapagos â Quito, public bus to the projects, entrance fee to Galapagos and anything else not specific in the itinerary. THREE WEEK BREAK: Participants combine many projects in different regions of Ecuador. You will stay three days in QUITO volunteering at day care, orphanage, child care, elderly care or children with disabilities project, add a cultural day tour in the afternoon in Quito, free Spanish lessons, travel to CLOUD FOREST for three days volunteering and a day trip to MINDO for zip line tour or another activity (tubing, rappelling, chocolate making or visiting a butterfly farm), plus EQUATOR LINE â MITAD DEL MUNDO, OTAVALO, the largest indigenous market in South America, four days volunteering in the AMAZON at the Wild Animal Rescue Center or Conservation or Community project, one day trip to do rafting and visiting the town of BAÃOS, four days volunteering on the COAST for a local community by teaching English, or helping in a day care and/or medical center, and five days in GALAPAGOS, with three days volunteering and two days touring, including a day on the beach. Program fee: US $795 + registration fee Includes: Pick up and drop off airport in Quito, accommodation and three meals per day, orientation and support before and during your volunteering, cultural day tour in Quito, trips to Mindo, Otavalo, three day trips in Galapagos, rafting tour, transportation for the trips and free Spanish lessons. Not included: Ticket to Ecuador, ticket from Quito â Galapagos and Galapagos â Quito, public bus to the projects, entrance fee to Galapagos and anything else not specific in the itinerary. You are welcome to arrive any day of the week. However, we prefer you arrive on a Sunday to start volunteering on Monday morning. For the projects in Quito volunteers stay with a host family and their lessons take place in a Spanish school in the new town. You can also create your own itinerary. Please contact us!
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