Study Abroad - IGLE

Soar with IGLE

Interested in having an international learning experience during this academic school year? Check out some of the countries IGLE will be visiting.

Global Intensive Experience (GIE)

Travel Writing in Germany — Spring 2018
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Course: ENG 379: Travel-Inspired Writings in Munich and Bavaria (3 credits
Travel Dates: March 4-11, 2018; must enroll in Spring 2018 course
Program Directors: Renee Rivers and Julie Amparano
Deadline: November 15, 2017
For more information and to apply

 

International Cities, Barcelona, Spain: Sport and Identity — Spring 2018
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Course: NEW 300 International Cities: Barcelona—Sport, Place, Politics, and Identity
Travel Dates: March 4-11, 2018; must enroll in Spring 2018 course
Program Director: Jeff Kassing
Deadline: November 15, 2017
For more information and to apply

 

International Cities, Kumasi, Ghana: Asante Kingdom of Gold – Spring 2018
Course: NEW 300 Global Cities: Kumasi, Ghana Kingdom of Gold (GIE)
Travel Dates: March 4-11, 2018; must enroll in Spring 2018 course
Program Director: Duku Anokye and Charles St. Clair
Deadline: November 15, 2017
For more information and to apply

Internships

Human Trafficking: Ghana, W.A. – Fall 2017
Course: IAS 484/JHR 584 Internship: Human Trafficking in Ghana (3 credits)
Travel Dates: December 10-22, 2017; must enroll in Fall course
Program Directors: Dongling Zhang and Duku Anokye
Deadline: November 15
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For more information and to apply

International Asylum Seeking in Athens, Greece — Spring 2018
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Course: POS 484/ SOC 484/ JHR 584/ ASB 484 Internship: International Asylum in Greece (3 credit hours)
Travel Dates: May 9-23, 2018; must enroll in Spring course
Program Director: Julie Murphy Erfani and Duku Anokye
Deadline: November 15, 2017
For more information and to apply

Traditional Study Abroad

Southeast Asian - West Perspectives, Thailand - Spring 2018
Course: The Southeast Asian-West Perspectives on Philosophy, Religion, & Society. Exploring Death, Happiness, Justice, and Gender (ASU in Thailand, Jan 4-Mar 1, 2018)
More info: ASU Study Abroad in Thailand

Application deadline: September 25, 2017
Program director: Dr. Martin Matuštík
E-mail: martin.matustik@asu.edu

 

BioArt: Sonoran and Arctic Environments, Finland — Summer 2018
Course:
3 credits IAP 394: Special Topics: BioArt – Sonoran and Arctic Environments; OR
BIO/ENV 394: Special Topics: BioArt – Sonoran and Arctic Environments
Travel Dates: June 10 - June 25, 2018
Program Directors: Richard Lerman and Becky Ball
Deadline: March 1, 2018
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Reading England’s Literary Landscapes, Harlaxton College, Lincolnshire — Summer 2018
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Course:
ENG 498/598: Reading England: Literary Landscapes of London, Lincolnshire, the Lakes, and Beyond (6 credits)
Travel Dates: TBD, 2018
Program Director: Dr. Christopher Hanlon
Deadline: Spring
For more information and to apply

Fulbright-Hays Group Project Abroad – Ghana 2018

International Fieldwork Trips

Migration & Culture — One-day field trip to Nogales, Mexico -- Spring 2018
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Course: ASB 340/SOC 328 Migration & Culture (3 credits) (general studies G, SB)
Travel Dates: Weds April 4, all day trip; must enroll in Spring 2018 course
Program Directors: Kristin Koptiuch  https://newcollege.asu.edu/kristin-koptiuch
Deadline: January 8, 2018