Take your studies to a new dimension!
Get outside the classroom and give your educational experiences a global perspective. These exciting short-term programs are created and instructed by Webster faculty, and organized through the Office of Study Abroad.
Check out these upcoming programs, and choose something that matches your academic interests and availability!Spring 2015
|Course||Title||Instructor||Location||Course Travel Dates||Online Course Dates||Application Deadline|
|ILC 2150/ ISTL 2550/ RELG 2200/HIST 2010||Land of the Three Faiths: Islam, Judaism, and Christianity in Medieval Spain||Kyle Lincoln||Madrid and Cordoba, Spain||March 7-15, 2015 (Spring Break)||February 1-May 1, 2015 (Spring 2015)||December 15, 2014|
|HRTS 3200||Human Rights Area Studies: Rwanda||Lindsey Kingston and Elizabeth Sausele||Rwanda||May 19-June 2, 2015 (May Term)||March 16-May 15, 2015 (Spring 2, 2015)||December 15, 2015|
|SCIN 1800||Taos: Living On/Off the Grid||Julia Griffey and Alix Henry||Taos, New Mexico||March 8-13, 2015 (Spring Break)||February 2-March 20, 2015 (Spring 2015)||December 15, 2015|
|PHOT 4000||Photo Workshop: Photography in Tuscany||Francesco Arese Visconti||Florence - Pistoia, Italy||May 11 – 24, 2015||February 2015|
|LEGL 4602/LEGL 5502||International Criminal Law: A Human Rights Perspective (Leiden Legal Studies Program)||Professor Tena Hart||Leiden, Netherlands||May 17-23, 2015 (May Term)||March 16-May 1 (UNDG)/May 8 (GRAD), 2015||December 18, 2015|
|LEGL 4605/LEGL 5505||Constitutional and International Issues:
Human Trafficking & Slavery (Leiden Legal Studies Program)
|The Honorable Noelle Collins||Leiden, Netherlands||May 24-30, 2015 (May Term)||March 16-May 1 (UNDG)/May 8 (GRAD), 2015||December 18, 2015|
|KEYS 4005||Global Gender Rights||Prof. Annie Stevens||New York City||March 7-13, 2015 (Spring Break)||February 2-May 8, 2015 (Spring 2015)||December 15, 2014|
|ILC 2000||Nice, France: Regional Identities||Dominique Macaire||Nice, France||Spring Break March 7, 2015 - March 15, 2015||February 2, 2015 - March 25, 2015||December 15, 2014|
Webster's Global Commitment
Reflecting Webster University's commitment to global citizenship, students of all majors can choose from a wide variety of short-term courses. The College of Arts and Sciences offers faculty-led programs focusing on Human Rights, International Law, international languages and cultures and more.
The Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts offers various faculty-led programs. Many students choose to maximize a full-length study abroad experience by enrolling in a short-term program that takes place while they are already overseas.
The George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology offers a special award, designated for students who are interested in enhancing their business education by participating in a study abroad opportunity. The Walker International Travel Award, covering up to $1,000 towards students' airfare, was created by a special fund from Ambassador George Herbert Walker. Students who are actively pursuing a degree from the Walker School, and who are enrolled in business or management or technology courses, can take advantage of these opportunities, and apply now!
Questions and Answers
Click on the above links for further description of the courses, and read through the following Questions and Answers for a description of how to apply for these exciting upcoming programs:
How do I apply?
Applications can be downloaded from each individual course page, or be picked up in
the Office of Study Abroad. Applications must be submitted to the Office of Study
Abroad by the deadline indicated.
Only complete applications will be accepted.
Will I receive credit for these programs?
Credit is given, and grading is determined by faculty upon your successful completion of all required assignments. Course content is determined by the instructor, and is posted on the individual pages as it is made available.
It is important to remember to register for the course separate from submitting forms to the Office of Study Abroad.
Are accommodations arranged for these programs?
Accommodations are arranged, and will vary by program.
What are my costs?
Costs vary by program, and generally include tuition, airfare, books, meals and housing expenses. There is a Study Abroad Program fee which will provide you with Health Insurance, a Lonely Planet guide book and an International Student Identity Card.
- Land of the Three Faiths
- Human Rights Area Studies
- Living On/Off the Grid
- Photography in Tuscany
- Constitutional and International Issues: Human Trafficking & Slavery
- International Criminal Law: A Human Rights Perspective
- Global Gender Rights
- Nice, France: Regional Identities