2015 Your passport to an unparalleled learning experience abroad Earn a full-year U of T credit overseas this summer! Information Sessions The Summer Abroad programs are designed to enrich students’ academic lives by providing an exciting and educational international experience. Students complete full-year University of Toronto undergraduate degree credit courses from the Faculty of Arts & Science that are relevant to each location. The Summer Abroad programs office will hold several information sessions during the 2014–2015 academic year. Everyone is welcome to attend! SIGN UP FOR A SUMMER ABROAD COURSE IN 2015 AND... • Earn a full-year U of T credit for all programs in 3–6 weeks • Observe and experience in real life what you learn in class • Immerse yourself in the cultures of Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia, the Middle East or South America Science Abroad INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH LABS Science Abroad programs allow upper-year Physical or Life Sciences students to complete a research internship at one of several prestigious research facilities located overseas. Through this experiential learning program, students will collaborate with colleagues from other countries and explore problems of a global nature, while also earning course credit. Hungary: Chemistry China or Taiwan: Human Biology Switzerland: Physics General sessions about all Summer Abroad programs will be arranged on all three campuses. Site-specific sessions will be held in January and February on the U of T St. George campus. These sessions provide an excellent opportunity to hear from instructors and previous participants and to ask detailed questions about the particular program that interests you. Site-specific Session Schedule January 2015 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 12 13 14 15 16 JAPAN, Tokyo (WO) FRANCE, Tours (WW) SPAIN, Seville (WW) ITALY, Siena (WW) 19 20 21 22 ENGLAND, ECUADOR, Amazon, Galápagos and Andes (WO) GERMANY, Berlin (WO) CHINA, Hong Kong (WW) 26 27 28 29 CHINA, Shanghai & Beijing (WO) SCIENCE ABROAD CENTRAL EUROPE, (WO) Czech Republic & surrounding area (WO) ARGENTINA, Buenos Aires & Patagonia (WO) 2 3 4 5 PERU, Quillcapampa la UAE, Dubai (WO) AUSTRALIA, Darwin, Sydney & Cairns (WO) Seoul (WW) Oxford (WW) SOUTH AFRICA, Cape Town (WO) February 2015 All sessions are from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. Antigua (WO) NEW SOUTH KOREA, WO= Waters Lounge, Woodsworth College Residence, 321 Bloor Street West (SE corner of St. George and Bloor) WW= K ruger Hall, Woodsworth College, 119 St. George Street (South of Bloor) 23 30 6 NEW Apply Online! The online application process begins in early January 2015. For more details check out: summerabroad.utoronto.ca GENEROUS FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE is available to eligible U of T students for most programs. Awards through Woodsworth College range in value from $2,500 to $4,500. “The Summer Abroad program was especially meaningful to me – it allowed me to learn and become totally immersed in another culture outside of my comfort zone. It is one thing to read about politics and history – it is another to be able to walk outside your lecture hall and experience it first-hand.” –Summer Abroad Student For more information contact: Professional & International Programs Woodsworth College, University of Toronto 119 St. George Street, 3rd Floor Toronto, ON M5S 1A9 (416) 978-8713 [email protected] summerabroad.utoronto.ca 2015 Summer Abroad Courses* 2015 ANT395Y Special Topics: Field Archeology in Peru (Peru) CHM396Y Research Topic Abroad (Science Abroad: Hungary) CIN360Y Cinematic City: Berlin (Germany) CRI389Y Topics in Criminology: Rights, Freedoms and Responsibilities in Criminal Law: England and Canada (England) CRI3**Y Criminology: International Perspectives (Italy) EAS***Y Japanese language courses at various levels (Japan) EAS395Y Selected Topics in East Asian Studies: Leadership and Governance in China (China: Hong Kong) ENG220Y Shakespeare (England) ENV395Y Special Topics Field Course: Ecology and Conservation in the Amazon, Galápagos, and Andes (Ecuador) ENV396Y Special Topics: Australian Environment, Wildlife and Conservation (Australia) FAH391Y Exploring the Art and History of Ancient Italy (Italy) FAH392Y Medieval England: Art and Architecture (England) FSL***Y French language courses at various levels (France) HIS357Y Social History of Renaissance Europe (England) HIS385Y The History of Hong Kong (China: Hong Kong) HIS389Y Special Topics: Germany and Its Others (Germany) HIS389Y Topics in History: The City in Central Europe: Imperial Pasts, Imperial Aspirations, Wars and Revolutions (Central Europe) HMB396Y International Research Project in Human Biology (Science Abroad: China; Science Abroad: Taiwan) ITA102Y Practical Italian (Italy) ITA358/359Y Modern Italian Culture (Italy) JPA376Y Transforming Global Politics: Comparative and Chinese Perspectives (China: Shanghai) PHY396Y Research Topic Abroad (Science Abroad: Switzerland) POL321Y Ethnic Politics in Comparative Perspective (Italy) POL380Y Special Topics: Localizing Global Environmental Governance (Argentina) PSY306Y Special Topics: Exceptionality – Disability, Inclusion and Culture (England) RSM295Y Special Topics: History and Design of Financial Institutions (China: Hong Kong; Italy) RSM295Y Special Topics: International Management (China: Hong Kong) RSM395Y Special Topics: Inclusive Consulting with Micro-Enterprises (South Africa) RSM395Y Special Topics: Introduction to International Management and Accounting (United Arab Emirates) RSM395Y Special Topics: Strategy in the European Context (Central Europe) RSM395Y Special Topics: Understanding Global Organizations (South Korea) SPA100Y Spanish for Beginners (Spain) SPA255Y Hispanic Culture (Spain) VIC240Y The Civilization of Renaissance Europe (Italy) VIS327Y Urban Studio: Hong Kong (China: Hong Kong) *Course codes and titles are subject to change.
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