2017-2018 Modern Languages Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs
KSU in Leipzig, Germany - Summer 2018 Course and Study Tour
One semester of German is reccommended, but not required. Contact Dr. Nichole Neuman for more information.
Courses and Credits:
GRMN 529 – 3 K-State undergraduate credits
3-5 hours of undergraduate transfer credit for successful completion of a level-appropriate German language course at InterDaF am Herder-Institut Leipzig
Course Dates: April 2, 2018 – August 4, 2018
Tour Dates: May 26, 2018 – July 8, 2018
Application Deadline: February 15, 2018
OIP Scholarship Deadline: February 15, 2018:
Total Estimated Cost:
Undergraduate: $8,367.32 (includes tuition, airfare, program fees, and additional anticipated expenses)
KSU in Leipzig, Germany - Summer 2018 Course and Study Tour - Dr. Nichole Neuman
KSU in Leipzig is a six-week linguistic and cultural immersion course that includes intensive language instruction at InterDaF am Herder-Institut at the Universitat Leipzig, a one-week faculty-led tour of Berlin and Potsdam, and a one-week excursion program organized by InterDaF staff to sites such as Weimar, Wittenberg, and Dresden. Students will visit, experience, talk, and write about important German cultural and historic sites. Students are expected to attend pre-departure meetings in the Spring 2017 semester to prepare intellectually and in practical matters for the study abroad program. Upon return to K-State (Fall 2017), students will be asked to participate in advertising the program by sharing their experiences.
PROGRAM INFORMATION AND LINK TO APPLICATION FORM:
Intermediate Spanish in the Community: Costa Rica - Winter 2018
Spring 2018 Course with Winter 2018 Study Tour
Language Prerequisite: Spanish 301 (can be enrolled in Fall 2017) or the equivalent
Courses and Credits: MLANG 398 – 3 K-State undergraduate credits
Important Dates and Deadlines:
Course Dates: November 11, 2017 – February 9, 2018
Total Estimated Cost: Undergraduate: $5,021.82 (includes tuition, program fees, and additional anticipated expenses)
Through reflection and interaction with the local Atenas, Costa Rica community, continue to develop intermediate Spanish language abilities-- speaking, listening, reading, writing, and culture—as well as critical thinking and creativity.
Learn about and from the Atenas community while utilizing personal skills to assist in the attainment of community goals.
Research, write, and revise individual papers incorporating appropriate secondary sources and observations made in Atenas.
Represent our university and country positively through consistently respectful and responsible behavior.
Enjoy a taste of pura vida!