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Available Programs

Winter 2019 Faculty-Led Programs

 

Peru

PERU - Ecology of the Peruvian Amazon

FWLD 270 - 3 credits
Jan 2-16, 2019
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Application Deadline: May 1, 2018

 

Summer 2019 Faculty-Led Programs

 

South African Elephant

South Africa - Wildlife Management in South Africa

FWLD/ANSC 270 - 2 credits
May 12-27, 2019

Estimated Program Cost: $5,000 - $5,300 (includes travel, lodging, in-state tuition and fees, out of state students pay an additional $815)

Participating Faculty: Dr. Lynn Geoffroy and Eric Struening

Trip Highlights: This two-week camping safari with Eco Life Expeditions provides hands-on wildlife management experience while familiarizing students with the day-to-day responsibilities of rangers, conservationists, on-site researchers, and veterinary professionals. Participants will gain insight into the state of wildlife conservation in South Africa, learning about the successes and failures associated with wildlife management and rehabilitation.

Course content includes: Wildlife Taxonomy, Wildlife Diseases,  Breeding of Rare Species, Capture and Care of Wild Animals,  Wildlife Rehabilitation, Ecosystems and Biodiversity Conservation , Hands-On Game Capture

Plan to visit: University of Pretoria, Swadini Nature Reserve, Ujejane Village, Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre/Reptile Park

Application Deadline: December 1, 2018 Deposit of $500 due upon acceptance.

 

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Giza Pyramids

Egypt - Special Topics in History in Egypt

HIST 320 - 3 credits
May 13-27, 2019

Estimated Program Cost: $4000-$4300 (includes travel, lodging, in-state tuition and fees, out of state students pay an additional $1225)

Participating Faculty: Adjunct Lecturer Amy Wilson

Trip Highlights: Pyramids of Giza, Great Sphinx of Giza, Village of el-Lisht, East Bank, Temples of Luxor and Karnak, Deir el-Bahari, Ramesseum, Valley of the Kings, Deir el-Medina, Coptic Cairo, and Islamic Cairo

Course content includes: Explore Egyptian civilization, art, architecture, history, religion, and society across the Pharaonic, Coptic, and Islamic Periods. Discover the impact of Egyptian civilization on today's culture.

Plan to visit: Cairo, Faiym, and Luxor.

Application Deadline: January 21, 2019 Deposit of $500 due upon acceptance.

 

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Semester/Year & Winter/Summer Programs

To participate in any of these programs, you must contact and work with the Study Abroad Coordinator. Contact information is in the left navigation bar.

 

Costa Rica by Arturo Sotillo

Costa Rica

Conversa Language Center:  3-week and 12-week programs in
Language Immersion/ Internship

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South Africa by Luke Holdsworth

South Africa

Wildlife Conservation and Vets-in-the-Wild programs with Ecolife Expeditions

Two-week group trips may also be offered, at a lower cost. Contact the Study Abroad Coordinator for more information and to apply.

Available to SUNY Cobleskill students only.

 

Italy by Moyan Brenn

Italy

Study for the summer at Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan

Summer courses in business, media and communications, Italian language and culture, and agribusiness and food sciences, taught in English.

Available to SUNY Cobleskill students only.

Egypt

Egypt

*PROGRAM SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE*

Study at Misr International Univeristy

Turkey

Turkey

*PROGRAM SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE*

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Study Abroad Application

Reminder: This application MUST be processed through the International Education Office.
Bring completed form to Bouck Hall 116.

Study Abroad Application

Reminder: This application MUST be processed through the International Education Office. Bring completed form to Bouck Hall 116.

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