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Syracuse University Abroad: The Culture and Politics of Reconciliation in Wroclaw

Why study in Wroclaw ("Vraw-tslav")?

  • an economic and cultural center of the region of Silesia in southwestern Poland; also know by the German name Breslau, once a center of Jewish and German culture in Central-Eastern Europe that underwent massive change from migration; the European Capital of Culture in 2016
  • an intimate program uniquely focused on "action research" and issues of ethnic and religious conflict across national borders in a society undergoing rapid economic and political transformation

CIEE Central European Studies Program in Warsaw

Why study in Warsaw?

  • the capital of a country located in a crossroads of Central-Eastern Europe
  • one of the most successful countries in the region at making a transition from a state-controlled to a democratic, market-based system
  • coursework in English offered by faculty from the Warsaw School of Economics, the oldest and largest economics university in Poland, and several other institutions; field trips and other cultural activities in Poland and around Warsaw
  • Intensive study of Polish language (Grinnell requirement)

IES Abroad Amsterdam

Why study in Amsterdam?

  • Emphasis on Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies
  • Immersion in an important European capital renowned for progressive social policies
  • Study in English while taking intensive Dutch (Grinnell-required course)
  • Research Seminar Option: Design you own field project on a topic of personal interest

Trinity College In Rome

Why study on the Trinity in Rome program?

  • Attractive campus in the center of ancient Rome
  • Liberal arts curriculum with emphases in art history, classics, history, humanities, cultural and language studies
  • Intensive Italian language from the beginning level
  • Customized course options available for students of Latin and Greek
  • Internships available in museums, schools, community service, human rights

Duke: Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome

Why study on the ICCS program in Rome?

  • Highly selective program devoted to Classical Studies, Latin, and Ancient Greek
  • Emphasis on Ancient Rome in a required eight-credit course focusing on Roman civilization through archaeology, topography, social and urban history
  • Study of Latin or Ancient Greek at the intermediate or advanced level
  • Art History: Renaissance and Baroque
  • Optional course in elementary Italian language

ACM Florence: Arts, Humanities and Culture

Why study in Florence?

  • Study the Italian Renaissance through the artistic heritage of a city that produced many of the great masterpieces of Western Civilization
  • Courses include visits to museums and monuments, lectures by local scholars and art conservation specialists
  • Learn Italian from the beginning level while living with a host family
  • Extensive field trips to other Italian locations, such as Rome, Venice, Pisa and Siena

Aquincum Institute of Technology (AIT)

Why study in Hungary?

  • Classes with leading scholars, designers, and entrepreneurs on a unique program for computer science and software engineering students in a beautiful and historic European capital, internationally noted for creativity in mathematics and computing
  • Small group courses taught in English
  • Additional options in Budapest Studies, Entrepreneurship, Film Studiers and Music.
  • Intensive Hungarian language (Grinnell requirement)

Budapest Semester in Mathematics

Why study in Hungary?

  • Study with leading scholars on a unique program for undergraduates in a beautiful and historic European capital noted for a long tradition of excellence in mathematics
  • Small group courses taught in English featuring a wide-selection of mathematical topics
  • Additional classes offered  in Hungarian Studies, film, history and Computer Science
  • Intensive study of Hungarian language (Grinnell requirement)