Northwestern University's Consortium for Southeast European Studies in cooperation with Yale University are inaugurating the Dubrovnik, Croatia Summer Study Abroad Program, the first summer study abroad program in Dubrovnik for U.S. undergraduates.
Students will have the opportunity to study in one of the most beautiful places in the world, a UNESCO world heritage site, from June 24 - August 2 with stellar faculty from Northwestern - Andrew Wachtel, Yale - Ivo Banac, Zagreb - Slobodan Novak, Belgrade - Jasmina Lukic and Podgorica - Milan Popovic.
No prior Croatian language is required, students can choose from 2 of 5 courses: History - The Balkan Lands and Peoples Political Science - Contemporary Balkan Security Issues Slavic Languages and Literatures - Croatian Language Slavic Languages and Literatures - Literature, Nationalism and Supranationalism in Yugoslavia Contemporary Literary Studies - Dubrovnik and the Mediterranean
Several excursions will be included to provide students with a view ontothe larger context of the region.
Northwestern staff will administer the program on site.
Classes take place at the Inter-University Center and students will be housed within walking distance to classes, beaches, cafes and castles, some meals included.
Total cost, only $5920! includes: 1.) Round Trip air from Chicago (other departure points can also be accommodated) 2.) Housing 3.) Some Meals 4.) Excursions 5.) Two undergraduate credit courses
Academic credit can transfer into the Political Science, History, International Studies and Slavic majors, non-Northwestern students should consult their academic advisors for transfer and financial aid policies. A Northwestern graded transcript will be issued upon course completion.
The Northwestern Summer Study Abroad program in Dubrovnik, Croatia is a great opportunity for students to obtain a first hand feel for the historic, diverse and ever interesting Balkans, while having a wonderful experience and learning from some of the most well regarded faculty in the region.
The deadline is March 1. Applications and deposits should be sent directly to my attention. Please do not hesitate to contact me.
More info about Dubrovnik: http://www.scs.northwestern.edu/summersa/croatia/glance.html http://www.hr/wwwhr/tour/places/dubrovnik/ http://dubrovnik.laus.hr/ http://www.dubrovnik-festival.hr/
To Apply for the Dubrovnik Summer Study Abroad Program: http://www.scs.northwestern.edu/summersa/apply/apply.html
Scott Lang Program Coordinator Consortium for Southeast European Studies Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures Northwestern University 2001 Sheridan Rd. Evanston IL, 60208-2206 Anderson 4226 T: 847/491-4750 F: 847/467-2596 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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