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Stones and Stories: Trekking Italian Landscapes in Siena

Italy has a long history of fostering creativity and innovative art forms that build on the past but look towards the future. This history, as well as the rich culture and physical beauty of Siena and broader Italy, will serve as the context in which students will explore and develop their artistic skills through experimentation with a variety of painting techniques in the studio art course and the creation of personal journals.

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Global Business in London with Internship

Prepare yourself for a future in global business by studying and interning in London, one of the leading financial centers of the world. You’ll take courses from faculty with international business experience who are experts in world markets in transition. Immerse yourself in business culture and best practices through an internship placement in a variety of industry sectors. Make progress towards your educational, professional, and personal goals by experiencing all that London has to offer.

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SIT: Arts and Social Change in Prague

In the Arts and Social Change program you will examine the contemporary arts scene in the Czech Republic and the role of art as a social change agent throughout the country's history. You will study the country's communist past, its post-socialist transition, and the new challenges facing artists and communities today as a result of globalization and tourism.

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SIT: Climate Change and the Arctic in Iceland and Greenland

No ecosystem is changing faster than the Arctic, and few scientific disciplines are more critical to the world than the study of climate change. In this program, you will learn about Arctic climates, ecosystems, and how humans interact with them – as well as the impacts climate change will have on plants, animals and human communities in the Arctic and across the globe now and into the future. 

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A Tuscan Experience: Studio Art in Siena

Italy has a long history of fostering creativity and innovative art forms that build on the past but look towards the future. This history, as well as the rich culture and physical beauty of Siena and broader Italy, will serve as the context in which students will explore and develop their artistic skills through experimentation with a variety of painting techniques in the studio art course and the creation of personal journals.

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Greek Food and Culture in Athens

Through structured engagements with influential texts in food studies and Greek food, culture and history and guided encounters in key food related locations (ancient and contemporary) across the country participants will gain important insights into Greek cuisine in the three different and complementary regional contexts.

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Social Entrepreneurship in London

Social entrepreneurship is an attempt to use business techniques to develop innovative solutions for the world’s most pressing problems. England has a vibrant community of social entrepreneurs that will allow you to explore innovative solutions to some of the world’s seemingly intractable problems.

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Advancing Your Academic Success: Pre-Freshman Studies in London

Can’t wait for college to begin? Get a head start on your University of Oregon academic career while studying in one of the most diverse cities in the world on Global Education Oregon’s study abroad program: Advancing Your Academic Success: Pre-Freshman Studies in London.

Your experience starts in Eugene during IntroDUCKtion (registration included in program fee) where you’ll meet your fellow future Ducks, academic advisors, and have priority registration for your Fall Term courses at University of Oregon.

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Art and Artifact: Intermedia Art in Athens

The unique landscape of the Greek islands and the multilayered city of Athens provide the setting for this intensive three-week studio art course. Through a series of lectures, studio work, daily excursions to archaeological sites and museums, contemporary galleries and engagement with land and sea, students will have the opportunity to weave global history and theory into the practice of making art.

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