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University of Otago Exchange

In this exchange program, you will enroll directly in classes at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. The program is open to undergraduate and graduate students from any discipline for a semester or full academic year of study. You are able to embrace the full “kiwi” experience by living with local and international students in flats managed by the University of Otago. Adventure seekers will find sailing and surfing near this coastal city with skiing and some of the world's best hiking. The University of Otago is New Zealand's oldest university, founded in 1869. It has earned an...

University of Waikato Exchange

The University of Waikato is ranked among the top 2% of universities worldwide, with a triple crown accredited (including AACSB) business school and an emphasis on experiential learning like internships and student research. It is committed to delivering a world-class education and research portfolio, providing a full and dynamic university experience, distinctive in character, and pursuing strong international links to advance knowledge. The campus culture is diverse, friendly, relaxed, sustainability-conscious and class sizes are typically small. See photos and a video from an exchange...

Food, Ocean, and History in the South Pacific

20200225_SustainableGoals_ConsumptionProduction-416x416.png 20200225_SustainableGoals_LifeBelowWater-416x416.png 20200225_SustainableGoals_ClimateAction-416x416.png The South Pacific is a place of warm oceans and distinctive foods. Both have shaped the diverse human cultures of the regions, which have developed unique ways of preserving and adapting ancient foodways and methods of protecting the ocean environment. Students in this interdisciplinary program will have the chance to learn first-hand about Oceanians’ relationship with the land and ocean from their first colonization of the South...

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...
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