Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Space Still Available in Summer Study Abroad in France, Japan, and Israel/Jordan!

Summer Study in France, Japan or Israel/Jordan this summer!

3-week Summer Immersion Program in France!
Discover the French city of Caen from past to present, June 8 – July 1, 2012. This study abroad incorporates language study with experiential learning. It is a creative project involving the study of French language, history, art, and culture, activities in Caen, day-trips in Normandy, and two days in Paris. It is a valuable experience open to any student of any discipline, beginner to advance, interested in experiencing and learning more about France and its rich culture and history. (Application and deposit deadline has been extended to Feb 29, 2012 – Contact Dr. Jézéquel at or Bonnie Richardson at

“Summer Study Abroad: Japan”: June 25-July 5 or July 16-26
This study abroad program is open to any UC student with a genuine interest in Japan, its exciting history, art and culture, traditions, and language. This 3 credit course is offered in the summer 2012 quarter and will provide a first-hand introduction to authentic Japanese history, art, culture, food, and religion. While staying in both western hotels and Japanese ryokans (traditional Japanese inns, you will use the metro to visit the   many shrines and temples, sample noodles and sushi and many other foods of Japan, and see and experience what you have only heard and read about in the classroom.
Interested? Contact Bonnie Richardson at UC International Programs (

“Ancient and Modern Encounters in Israel & Jordan”: June 17-July11 (Dates subject to slight adjustment)
This three-week travel/study course through Israel and Jordan is for all students interested in exploring the rich heritage, diverse peoples, and beautifully varied landscape of the Middle East.  Participants will spend time hiking and touring through places as ancient as the city of David and modern metropolises such as Tel Aviv and Amman.  The trip will be led by Professor Matthew Kraus of UC’s department of Judaic Studies.  Students will earn 3 credits.  The trip has no language requirement, just a hunger for adventure and an openness to experience new places and peoples. 
Interested? Contact Bonnie Richardson at UC International Programs (

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