Arts & Science

Term Abroad Programs

These programs offer an opportunity to take a full term overseas and study U of S courses with other U of S students.  The application deadline for these programs is February 1.  Term Abroad programs available in 2014/2015 include:

  • CECM Spanish Term Abroad: University of Guadalajara, Mexico. Study Spanish in Mexico and live with a Mexican family!  Take senior level Spanish in Term 2 of 2014/2015. Participants need to have 9 credit units of Spanish prior to their depature to be eligible for this program. Participants will study at CECM from January to April 2015. Program cost for 2013-2014 is approximately $2,500, which includes CECM Tuition Fees, Room and board for approximately 10-12 weeks, and CECM Registration fees. This is in addition to the U of S tuition fees for that term.  Applications for 2014/15 are now open.  Application deadline is February 1, 2014.

    Application Form - CECM Spanish Term Abroad Program 2015 (in Guadalajara, Mexico)

    If you would like more information about this program please read this information sheet.  If you have any questions please contact Andrea Eccleston, Program Coordinator at andrea.eccleston@usask.ca
    Faculty Coordinator: Professor Julio Torres - julio.torres@usask.ca

  • Marburg Term Abroad: Take senior level German in Germany in Term 2 of 2014/2015. This intensive program in German language and culture offered by the College of Arts & Science in cooperation with Philipps Universitӓt Marburg is 18 weeks in total.  U of S students will take two language classes and a literature/culture seminar and earn 15 credit units from the U of S. The program fee for 2013/2014 is approximately $3500, which includes housing, Marburg semster fee, health insurance and 3 excursions.  This is in addition to the U of S tuition fees for that term.  Applications for 2014/15 are now open.  Application deadline is February 1, 2014.

    Application Form - Marburg Term Abroad Program 2015

    If you would like more information about this program please read this information sheet.  If you have any questions please contact Andrea Eccleston, Program Coordinator at andrea.eccleston@usask.ca.
    Academic Director: Professor Silke Falkner - silke.falkner@usask.ca

Taught Abroad Programs

Taught Abroad Program offers short-term options for students who want to take 1-2 U of S courses abroad for 2-6 weeks. Taught Abroad programs available in Spring/Summer 2014:

  • CMRS 499.6 - Coins in Early Modern Collections of Curiosities - Canterbury and Burton Constable, Yorkshire
    Dates: May 1-7, 2014 in Saskatoon
               May 12-30 in Canterbury and Burton Constable, Yorkshire

    Travel with U of S professors and other U of S students while working hands-on with in situ coin collections from the 17th-century in places such as the Canterbury Cathedral.

    Application Deadline: February 1, 2014
    Application Form 
    Information Sheet

    For more information:
    Andrea Eccleston, Coordinator - andrea.eccleston@usask.ca
    Brent Nelson, Professor - brent.nelson@usask.ca
    Tracene Harvey, Professor - tracene.harvey@usask.ca

  • DRAM 285.3 - Theatre Studies in England - London and Stratford-upon-Avon, England 
    Dates: May 5-23, 2014
              
    Travel with a U of S professor and other U of S students while studying plays, both classical and contemporary, now being performed on the London stage.  Experience London and British theatre first-hand!

    Application Deadline: February 1, 2014
    Application Form 
    Information Sheet

    For more information:
    Andrea Eccleston, Coordinator - andrea.eccleston@usask.ca
    Dwayne Brenna, Professor - dwayne.brenna@usask.ca
  • GEOG 340.3 - The European Heritage of our Built Environment - Prague/Vienna 
    Dates: May 4-16, 2014

    Travel with U of S professors and other U of S students while learning about architecture, urban design and planning.

    Application Deadline: March 1, 2014
    Application Form 
    Information Sheet

    For more information:
    Andrea Eccleston, Coordinator - andrea.eccleston@usask.ca
    Avi Akkerman, Professor - avi.akkerman@usask.ca

For more information please contact: Andrea Eccleston - andrea.eccleston@usask.ca

The Washington Center Internship Program

The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars is a non-profit educational institution headquartered in Washington, D.C. It provides undergraduates, graduate students and professionals with internship opportunities located mainly in Washington, D.C. and in selected cities abroad. The internship program consists of a work experience tailored to the student's interest and academic coursework.  University of Saskatchewan students have the option of participating during Term 1, Term 2 or in the summer. Those students who participate in the summer will be registered in 9 credit units of Universiaty of Saskatchewan courses and those who participate in Term 1 or Term 2 will be registered in 15 credit units of University of Saskatchewan courses.

For more information about The Washington Centre please visit: http://www.twc.edu/internships/canada and http://www.twc.edu/internships/washington-dc-program. 

For more information about program costs and application instructions for U of S students please  contact, Andrea Eccleston - andrea.eccleston@usask.ca or 966-4194.

October 2013 Information Sheet - The Washington Center


More Information?

If you are interested in these and other Study Abroad options such as student exchanges please visit the Go Abroad website for more detailed information about potential funding sources, trip safety, and other information related to planning for study abroad.

Term Abroad and Taught Abroad programs require one or more academic references to be included as part of the applicaiton.  Please have your academic reference complete this form.

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