International Field Study Courses
Imagine a course that lets you participate in a Model United Nations Conference in New York. Picture yourself uncovering history at the archeological field school in Italy. Sound enticing? This is just the start. At Saint Mary’s, you have lots of opportunities to expand your education internationally through field study courses.
Participating in an international field study gives you the chance to immerse yourself in the place that you’re studying, adding an extra element to your practical experience. Not only will you gain valuable research skills and life experience, you’ll also learn to work in unfamiliar territory.
Here are the field study opportunities that are currently available:
- Archaeological Field School in Italy
Offered annually in July and August through the Department of Modern Languages and Classics. It is a 6.0 credit hour course. See the poster for the Archaeological Field School in Italy [PDF] or view the project website.
- The Northern Ireland Conflict Resolution Project
A non-credit field trip, this peaceful initiative is designed to promote conflict resolution practices in schools in Canada and Northern Ireland. It is typically offered every year during the February Reading Break.
- Model United Nations
A credit course offered through the Department of Political Science. Students prepare for the conference throughout the winter semester and take part in the National Model United Nations Conference in New York in April. Find out more.
- GEOG 3100 Geography Field School in The Gambia
Next trip: To be determined. Find out more by emailing cconrad@ tỷ số bóng đá hôm nay www.flauntz.com.
- Lappeenranta University of Technology Summer School
Lappeenranta, Finland, July 18-August 12 2016
Open to undergraduate students in their final year of the bachelor program and graduate students in the disciplines of technology and business. Free housing is offered by the host university. More information.
- Canadian Summer School in Germany
Offered through SMU in May and June each year, the CSSG allows you to live with a German host family, undertake language courses and tutoring each day, visit cities like Berlin and attend cultural events like a Bundesliga Soccer match, all with students from across Canada interested in learning more about Germany and German culture. Visit the website to learn more.