Due to the impact of COVID-19 on international travel, the Office of Study Abroad has revised the format of several of our Intersession Abroad programs. The new model will consist of corequisite modules that combine a Global Virtual Module (GV) in January for 1-3 credits with a Global In-Country Module (GIC) in May for 1-3 credits for a total of 3-6 credits.
Global Virtual Modules will be scheduled during Intersession 2021 (Jan. 4-22) Global In-Country Modules will be scheduled in May 2021 (May 14-23)
2021 programs include:
- Art & Architecture in Renaissance Florence
- Digital Photography in Melbourne, Australia
- Spanish Language & Culture in Salamanca, Spain
- Technological Sustainability for Innovation in Israel
Applications due Nov. 1. Scholarships are available toward the cost of both modules.
More information is on the Study Abroad website.