EXPAND YOUR HORIZONS IN SYDNEY - AUSTRALIA
For two weeks, students will experience the art, food, music, language, and literature of Australia's most famous city, Sydney. While taking classes there, they will be able to closely explore the customs and traditions of the country. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to interact with Australian residents during their visits to local venues such as museums, galleries, exhibitions, and cathedrals. Based on these experiences, they will ultimately expand their views on the value of different cultures around the world.
May 15-30, 2017
Composition I (ENGL 1301) and/or Introduction to Humanities (HUMA 1301)
Students are required to take two courses and will earn six credit hours upon successful completion of the program.
2.0 GPA and 12 cumulative academic credit hours. Alamo Colleges expects study abroad participants to perform academically at standards commensurate with on-campus performance. This includes attending class, taking exams, reading required materials, completing homework, etc. If students' GPA drops below a 2.0 before they study abroad, they will not be allowed to participate in the program.
Dr. Orville Villanueva
is Assistant Professor at Northeast Lakeview College. He will be the lead faculty and primary instructor for English Composition I (ENGL 1301). He holds a doctoral degree in Linguistics from the University of Puerto Rico, and has over 23 years teaching experience. His international experience includes Australia, Belize, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Mexico, Tortola. Contact: email@example.com
Dr. Tony Lack
is an Assistant Professor at Northeast Lakeview College. He will be the co-lead faculty and primary instructor for Introduction to Humanities (HUMA 1301). He holds a doctoral degree in Philosophy from the University of Pittsburgh, and has over 15 years of teaching experience. Lack has traveled throughout Europe. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
*$5,800. Includes airfare, application fee, lodging, in-country transportation, some meals, entrance fees. This does NOT include tuition, passport fees, visa fees, books, materials and spending money. Financial aid is available.
November 18, 2016 ..................$200 due with application (non refundable)
Once students are accepted into the program, they will follow the scheduled payments:
December 2, 2016 ........................... $500 initial deposit
January 20, 2017 ............................... $1,700
February 10, 2017 ............................. $1,700
March 10, 2017 .................................. $1,700
Failure to pay by the scheduled deadlines will result in cancellation of participation in the selected Study Abroad program.
Day 1 Depart to Sydney and Arrival Orientation
Day 2 Daily Classes and Welcome
Day 3 Daily Classes and Walking Tour
Day 4 Daily Classes and Explore Sydney
Day 5 Daily Classes and Sydney Opera House
Day 6 Trip to the Blue Mountains
Day 7 Independent Study Day
Day 8 Daily Classes and Bushwalk to the Valley and Rail Journey
Day 9 Daily Classes and visit to the Contemporary Art Museum
Day 10 Daily Classes and visit to the Australia Currency Museum
Day 11 Daily Classes and Guest Lecture on Immigration
Day 12 Daily Classes
Day 13 Cultural Excursions
Day 14 Culture Excursions
Day 15 Daily Classes and Farewell Ceremony
Day 16 Return to US
Students receiving a Pell grant are eligible for the Benjamin Gilman Scholarship. If awarded, students may receive up to $5,000. Learn more at https://gilmanapplication.iie.org/
* Alamo Colleges has taken considerable care in preparing information and materials for specific Study Abroad programs, but this information is subject to change. Although accurate at the time of publication, external events could result in changes in dates, itinerary, costs and other aspects of a program. Revised information will be provided as soon as it is made available, and participants should check with the faculty leader or the District Office of International Programs for the most recent information. Alamo Colleges will not be held responsible for unintentional misinformation.