Join us at the CGE Study Abroad Fair on Thursday, September 20
Dewberry Hall between 11am – 4pm
Study abroad opportunities abound at Mason! You have a perfect occasion to learn all about them on Thursday, September 20 from 11:00am to 4:00pm in Dewberry Hall at the annual Study Abroad Fair sponsored by the Center for Global Education. The deadline to apply for winter break programs is quickly approaching (October 5th) so don’t delay.
Pick up literature, talk to faculty, former program participants, and program officers to evaluate among the possibilities and decide the best fit for your academic career. Also find out how to apply for a CGE scholarship and learn how your financial aid can be used to cover a program’s cost.
“Make the most of your breaks!” says Marie alice Arnold, general manager at CGE. “With a month-long break in December, there is plenty of time for studying abroad. Earn credit at exciting destinations from Peru to Bosnia to Cambodia and more!”
Take the first step and stop by Dewberry Hall on Thursday to learn more about these opportunities, as well as other study abroad programs: short-term programs during the winter break and summer term; semester and year-long exchanges; intensive language courses; and internships. Check out the CGE website for complete information.
March 8 -17, 2013. Sites included are Cape Town, Table Mountain, Robben Island, Gold Reef City, Johannesburg, and including a safari in Pilanesberg National Park!
· Winter Break programs (deadline is October 5th, 2012)
INTENSIVE LANGUAGE PROGRAMS
Ecuador: Spanish Language Study in Quito
France: French Language Study in Bordeaux NEW
Jordan: Arabic Language Study in Amman
Belize: Ridges to Reefs
Cambodia: Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Community Development
Columbia: Geology: Volcanoes, Glaciers and Surficial Processes NEW
Costa Rica: Natural History and Conservation of Costa Rica
Cuba: "Experience Cuba" History, Culture, Tourism and Sustainability
Cuba: Foreign Investment, Development and Global Integration NEW
England: London Theater Tour
England: Public Relations in London
Ghana: Dance in African Culture and Society Special dance presentation at Noon!
Great Cities: A Journey to Post-Communism: Berlin, Budapest, Belgrade, Sarajevo
Greece & Turkey: Cities and Gods: From Athens to Istanbul
Ireland: Creative Writing NEW
Italy: Underneath Rome: An Introduction to Geo-Archaeology
Kenya: Ecology and Conservation
Peru: Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail in Peru
Switzerland: Survey of International Organizations
Vietnam: Culture, Politics and Economy
Semester program in Florence (deadline is October 5th, 2012)
Led by select George Mason faculty, this program offers 12 to 16 resident (graded) credits, students take courses taught in English. Check the program page for details:
ITALY: Spring Semester in Florence (open to non-Mason students)
See you at the Study Abroad Fair in
Dewberry Hall on Thursday, September 20th, anytime between 11 am
and 4 pm. See all the
-- Marie alice Arnold, General Manager Center for Global Education George Mason University Johnson Center Room 235 4400 University Drive MS 2B8 Fairfax, VA 22030 United States of America Tel: 1.703.993.2167 Fax: 1.703.993.2153 Email: [log in to unmask] Drop-in Office Hours: Wednesdays and Thursdays 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Don't forget our Study Abroad Fair: September 20, 11 am - 4 pm Dewberry Hall in Johnson Center Creative Writing in Ireland with Professor Art Taylor http://globaled.gmu.edu/programs/facultyled/winterstudy/irelandcreative.html Cities and Gods: From Athens to Istanbul with Dr. Char Miller http://globaled.gmu.edu/programs/facultyled/winterstudy/greece.html