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The first step in finding the right program for you is about setting your own academic and personal goals. It is most likely that multiple programs may be possible for you; there is no single perfect program. To discuss your academic and personal goals or specific programs you can contact an SCU Study Abroad advisor at email@example.com or 408-551-3019.
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Europe : Greece : Athens
The Arcadia Center offers a wide variety of courses that delve into Greek history, politics and culture throughout the ages. In Athens, learning isn't just about sitting in the classroom. It's about gaining hands-on experience. Many courses incorporate field-study excursions to sites of historical and cultural importance so you'll be able to see first-hand the landmarks and places that have inspired and influenced the people and events you'll study.
Asia : Hong Kong : Hong Kong
Hong Kong Polytechnic University is the largest publicly funded tertiary institution in Hong Kong in terms of student population. The university has an international community with over 1,000 international students on campus from over 40 countries and over 1,200 academic staff, many who are recruited globally. Some of the university's engineering programs outstanding achievements are: *24th in the subject of Computer Science & 39th in the subject of Mechanical Engineering (National Taiwan University Ranking 2013) * 42nd in the subject of Engineering - Mechanical, Aeronautical and Manufacturing, and 50th in the subject of Computer Science and Information Systems (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2014) * 15th in the world in the subject of Civil and Structural Engineering (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2014)
Asia : Hong Kong : Hong Kong
The Syracuse Hong Kong program has three academic options for students. Option I starts with an academic seminar that focuses on issues in either China or southeast Asia, is followed by ten weeks of classroom instruction at the SU Hong Kong Center and finishes with a five week component that comprises of either an internship, guided research, or an interdiciplinary course. All students with no prior Chinese language must take a Chinese language course. Option II allows students to combine SU Hong Kong Center courses with courses at City University Hong Kong. Option III allows students to directly enroll in courses at City University Hong Kong.
Europe : Hungary : Budapest
Through a series of specially designed courses, students will develop insight into Hungary?s historic, political, economic, and social development in the wider comparative context within Europe. Courses at Corvinus University, homestays, internships, and cultural activities and excursions will bring this beautiful city and its local traditions to life.
Europe : Iceland : Reykjavik
NEW SCU PROGRAM STARTING SUMMER 2015 - This program explores all aspects of renewable energy: from its sources in nature, to its technological utilization, to its social and environmental impacts. With lectures from interdisciplinary faculty, students investigate what it means to create a sustainable society, with Iceland serving as the primary case example. Students enjoy extraordinary access to experts, unique experience in the field, and exemplary support from program staff.
Asia : India : Jaipur
This program examines the diverse factors, internal and global, shaping India's development strategies and patterns. Students gain foundational knowledge of India's past, present, and future development paradigms, economic growth, and social change. Program recommended for major(s)/minor(s): Sociology
Asia : India : New Delhi
This program studies the relationship between human rights and health in a field-study context. Students will analyze specific case studies that illuminate the problems, prospects, and potential methods of promoting health.
Asia : India : Bodh Gaya
This program weaves together the diverse resources of Bodh Gaya into a fall semester of study emphasizing a comparative approach to both theory and practice. At the heart of the Buddhist Studies in India program is the desire to allow students to explore this subject from as many different points of view as possible. Western academic models are systematically used in the core courses, while Buddhist philosophies are tested in the Meditation Traditions course. Courses focus on Buddhist philosophy, Buddhist culture, history of South Asian, Hindi language, Buddhist Meditation Traditions and Independent studies.
Asia : India : Delhi
NEW SCU PROGRAM STARTING SUMMER 2015 This program examines traditional approaches to healthcare in India and how such systems fit into the country?s overall health and development. Coursework will cover the theoretical and practical aspects of traditional health systems, particularly Ayurveda, yoga, Siddha, Amchi, and folk medicine. Students engage with a diversity of practitioners and healers through lectures and site visits to highly regarded traditional health institutions.
Asia : India : Bangalore and other locations
On the University of Minnesota's India: International Development and Internship program, students learn about India through classes, field trips, internships, and research. The semester program consists of four courses and students engage in an internship or research project. All classes are with program participants and are taught by local faculty. Students have the opportunity to discuss and reflect on the complex and diverse nature of development in India. Specific tracks available in: arts and cultural studies, education and literacy, entrepreneurship and alternative economies, public health, social services and sustainability and the environment. Program recommended for major(s)/minor(s): Sociology
Asia : India : Hyderabad
Students take classes at the CIEE Study Center located at University of Hyderabad and through direct enroll. Students primarily take their classes from the arts, social sciences, and humanities departments. Science courses are available too. Students must take one language course. Instruction is in English.
Europe : Ireland : Dublin
The program is offered through the Institute of Public Administration, a recognized college of the National University of Ireland that focuses exclusively on civil and public sector development. Classes will be held at the Institute's beautiful headquarters in the Ballsbridge section of Dublin, an upscale, residential neighborhood that also houses a large concentration of foreign embassies. Students enroll in two courses: Irish Literature, which explores the works of major Irish writers, dramatists and poets, including illustrious figures such as James Joyce and W.B. Yeats and Irish History and Politics, covering the defining events of 20th-century Ireland.
Europe : Ireland : Dublin
This summer program in Dublin offers students the opportunity to gain an understanding of Ireland across a broad spectrum of study and experience. Students take two courses that incorporate elements of Irish history, literature, politics, culture and society, with co-curricular field excursions to Northern Ireland and Cork to contextualize and deepen the experience.
Europe : Ireland : Cork
There are many unique academic opportunities and course offerings available at Cork. Traditional Irish dance and music, folklore, and literature are available along with offerings in business, economics, and environmental science. Music is a particular strength at Cork and students with minimal experience are welcome to take courses on traditional Irish music while those with more extensive experience can perform in groups in musical genres as diverse as jazz, African music and Southeast Asian music.
Europe : Ireland : Dublin
The Gaiety School of Acting - National Theatre School of Ireland (GSA) offers intense conservatory-style actor training, and a typical day as a student runs from 8:30am - 6pm. Students may be expected to put in additional time outside of class for coursework and preparation. With the exception of medical problems or emergencies, absences are not tolerated.