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BU Faculty Led Program - Winter - Eastern and Central Europe
Berlin, Germany; Budapest, Hungary; Krakow, Poland; Kyiv, Ukraine; Prague, Czech Republic (Outgoing Program)
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|Restrictions:||BU applicants only|
|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Winter||2018||12/15/2018 **||Rolling Admission||12/26/2018||01/20/2019|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
|Language of Instruction:||English||
Glossary entry for program parameter 10370Recommended Academic Area:
|History, Honors, Russian and Eastern European Studies|
Glossary entry for program parameter 10372Minimum GPA:
Glossary entry for program parameter 10373Class Eligibility:
|junior, senior, sophomore|
Study abroad for four weeks in Eastern and Central Europe. Fields trips include a trip to the legendary Schindler's Factory, the Wieliczka Salt Mine, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site Auschwitz Concentration Camp. Experience multicultural environment in Poland, Czech Republic, and Hungary while earning credits. All of the classes are taught in English and knowledge of other languages is not required.
*PLEASE NOTE* In the event that interest exceeds available spots, preference will be given to Russian & Eastern European Studies majors, History majors and Honors students.
Participants will take 7 credits total. All participants are required to take CES 310 - European City Studies (1 credit) taught by BU professor, Dr. Mykola Polyuha, and two of the following courses taught by Jagellonian University faculty:
1) Russian 214 - East European Film, Literature, and Culture (3 credits)
2) CES 280 - Special Topics in Central and East European Studies (Post-Communist Transformations in Eastern and Central Europe) (3 credits)
3) Honors 101 - Honors Humanities (3 credits)
4) Art History 225 - History of Architecture (3 credits)
*PLEASE NOTE* Students will indicate their preferred courses. However, if a particular request cannot be accommodated due to reaching the class cap, students will be placed into the classes that have available seats.
For information on cost and payment dates, visit the trip budget sheet.
For more information contact Dr. Polyuha at firstname.lastname@example.org