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Service Learning in Segovia and Fes: Immigration, Nationalism and Border Politics

This Service-Learning program is designed to give you a firsthand look at the immigration challenges and border politics that face Spain and Northern Africa and the opportunity to examine the topics within each country as case studies. It is ideal for students interested in International Studies, Spanish language, Political Science, Law, Human Rights, European Studies, Anthropology, History, or Sociology. Students will participate in the Fall semester program in Segovia and will complete a Service-Learning placement with a local nonprofit or non-governmental organization working to provide...

Task-Based Language Learning in Siena and Lyon

This program is not running in Summer 2020. Immerse yourself in everyday life in Italy and France! This four-week summer program will allow you to develop multiple strategies for learning new languages confidently and effectively. You will begin to learn Italian and French and reflect on the connections between different cultures and their unique features. You will acquire basic skills in both French and Italian through a double-pronged approach: we will start each day in class learning vocabulary and structures. Later in the day, you will carry out practical tasks by using what you’ve...

Global Sports Business Strategy in the Netherlands, Germany, and UK

This three-week Global Sports Business Strategy program exposes you to international sports businesses and highlights business strategies and priorities for both US-based sports businesses operating in international markets and Global companies that engage with US consumers. This program is an excellent way for a student interested in an international career to experience the possibilities of international markets in a firsthand and intensive immersion. It is important to understand how the cultural, social, and political context affects business strategies across core functions. You will...

Human Rights and Peace Studies in the Balkans

20200225_SustainableGoals_QualityEducation-416x416.png 20200225_SustainableGoals_GenderEquality-416x416.png At the crossroads of Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, the Balkans represents a diverse mix of cultures, languages, philosophies and religions. Since the violent breakup of Yugoslavia in the 1990s, the Balkans remain a global epicenter for peace building, inter-religious dialogue, and the promotion and protection of human rights. Led by Instructors Will Johnson and Emina Buzinkic, students in this program will study the challenges and possibilities of human rights and post-conflict...

Nongovernmental Organizations of Southeast Asia

20200225_SustainableGoals_GoodHealth-416x416.png 20200225_SustainableGoals_GenderEquality-416x416.png 20200225_SustainableGoals_EconomicGrowth-416x416.png THIS PROGRAM WILL BE OFFERED AGAIN IN SUMMER 2022. A remote #NoPassportNeeded experience based on this program is available in summer 2020. In this four-week summer program, you will meet with nonprofit/nongovernmental organization (NGO) leaders, learn about the NGO sector in this region, and work on a hands-on project for a local organization in Cambodia. The program will begin in Chiang Mai, Thailand, then travel to Bangkok, Thailand and...

Business for a Better World: Social Entrepreneurship

20200225_SustainableGoals_ClimateAction-416x416.png 20200225_SustainableGoals_QualityEducation-416x416.png 20200225_SustainableGoals_ConsumptionProduction-416x416.png Social Entrepreneurship involves the use of business techniques to develop innovative solutions for the world’s most pressing problems. This #NoPassportNeeded experience dives into underlying theories to explain how social entrepreneurs work to create change. This course explores the fundamentals of social entrepreneurship and examines “wicked problems” with thinking tools such as design thinking. As global hubs of commerce,...

Travel as Transformational Learning

20200225_SustainableGoals_ClimateAction-416x416.png 20200225_SustainableGoals_QualityEducation-416x416.png 20200225_SustainableGoals_ConsumptionProduction-416x416.png Ahoy, armchair travelers! Through most of human history earth has been traversed laboriosly on foot, or by donkey or camel, or by dug-out canoe, or home-made raft: travel was arduous, and people did not go far. Yet travel is primal in the human imagination; as early as the Sphinx, our own lives are conceived as a journey in sync with a universe in motion. It was considered life or death to understand our lives as travelers...

Pre-Freshman Studies: Advancing Your Academic Success

20200225_SustainableGoals_ClimateAction-416x416.png 20200225_SustainableGoals_QualityEducation-416x416.png 20200225_SustainableGoals_ConsumptionProduction-416x416.png Can’t wait for college to begin? Get a head start on your University of Oregon academic career and advance your academic success with a remote #NoPassportNeeded experience this summer. Combine the 1-credit Advancing Your Academic Success experience with one or more of these other #NoPassportNeeded experiences, which are adapted from the Pre-Freshman Studies study abroad programs: The Play’s The Thing Biography of London...

Art, Identity, and Representation in Senegal and France

20200225_SustainableGoals_SustainableCities-416x416.png This program will not run in summer 2020. Learn more about a similar experience here . This three-week study abroad program will take you to Senegal and Paris to study the influence of African art worldwide, art in Senegalese society, and the impacts of colonization, imperialism and racism on art worldwide. This three-week study abroad course begins in Dakar, Senegal with homestays and excursions to museums, markets and the UNESCO heritage site—Gorée Island. The third week of the program is in Paris, where you will study institutions and...

Wildlands Studies

A sponsored GEO program, Wildlands Studies field project programs offers the rare opportunity to study critical environmental and wildlife concerns on six continents and sixteen different countries. Nomadic by design, the field based courses evolve annually to match the latest ecological research of the region. Academically rigorous, each outdoor study program earns 15 UO credits, features direct contact and instruction with PhD. credentialed faculty who are subject matter experts, contributes directly to your cumulative GPA, and UO financial aid will apply. Students come from all over North...

National Student Exchange (NSE) Program

The National Student Exchange (NSE) Program allows students at certain U.S. and Canadian universities to study at other member campuses as exchange students, either for one term/semester, or for a full academic year. In addition to living costs in the host university's city, participants pay either their regular UO tuition or "resident" tuition at the host school. Given that the NSE program places students in 10 different Canadian universities – including French-speaking universities in Québec – the program represents a very cost-effective way to study abroad within North America. For further...

IE3 Global Internships

IE3 Global provides internships at over 100 different organizations in 50 countries, where students can earn credit in majors ranging from finance to social work, fashion to nursing. Internships through IE3 Global offer you the opportunity to gain professional work experience while earning UO academic credit. Internships typically range in length from ten weeks to six months and are available in a variety of private-sector companies, nonprofit organizations, and educational institutions around the world. Internships are open to juniors, seniors, graduate students, and post-baccalaureate...
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