For detailed information on Summer International Programs and any pre-requisites, contact the faculty director.
2013 Summer International Programs
Deposits are nonrefundable unless Berry cancels the program for insufficient enrollment. Prices are subject to change. Students taking six credit hours or more may be eligible to apply half of the HOPE scholarship for summer, but all fees must be paid up front. Please submit the information/health form to the faculty leader when you have made your deposit.
CHINA STUDY TOURBeijing, China (May 20-31, 2013)
Dr. Chang Pu and Dr. Lauren Heller will lead a study tour in Beijing and Chengdu with school visits and opportunities to teach English. Courses will be EDU 222 and ECO 110. 3 or 6 credits. $3,913+ based on credits. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Paris, France (June 30-August 4, 2013)
Dr. Brian Carroll and other Georgia faculty will offer courses in philosophy, literature, communications, arts, social sciences, and French. 6 credits. $4,990 plus $600 Berry tuition. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Waterford, Ireland (June 20-July 25, 2013)
Dr. John Countryman and other Georgia faculty will offer courses in business, literature, art, film, theatre, political science, psychology. 7 credits. $4,800 plus $600 Berry tuition. Contact email@example.com.
EUROPEAN CRUISE & STUDY
Various Ports (May 8–June 8, 2013)
Dr. Nancy Miller and Dr. Jennifer Corry will lead this study cruise in the Mediterranean and Baltic regions of Europe. Courses will be SPA 200, MKT 301, BUS 460, and SPA 404i. 3-7 credits. $5,100–5,500 based on credits. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Part I: Northern Tanzania and Zanzibar (May 16-June 4, 2013) Dr. Julie Pynn and Dr. Tamie Jovanelly will offer EDU 222, GEO 155, and GEO Special Topics with student opportunities to teach geology and science literacy in local schools. 3-7 credits. $5,500. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Part II: Dar es Salaam and Western Tanzania (June 9-24, 2013) Dr. Julie Pynn and Dr. Anne Lewinson will offer PSY 498, ANT 200, and ANT 360, focusing on working with youth and children in youth service settings. 3-6 credits. $4,500. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Part III: Uganda (July 7-22, 2013) Dr. Julie Pynn and Dr. Jeffrey Lidke will offer PSY 435 and REL 100 focused on studying religious perspectives, spiritual traditions, and indigenous cultural beliefs in diverse contexts. 3-6 credits. $4,900. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
INDIA STUDY TOUR
India and Nepal (May 13-25, 2013)
Dr. Dara Wakefield will offer EDU 222 and EDU 435 as he leads students to New Delhi, Jaipur, the Taj Mahal, and Kathmandu for cultural studies and school visits. 3 or 6 credits. $4,300-4,600 based on credits. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
JAMAICA STUDY TOUR
Kingston, Jamaica (May 12-17, 2013)
Dr. Paula Englis will offer BUS 420, MGT 460, BUS 695, and BUS 668 for students interested in international business and entrepreneurship. 3 credits. $2,100. Contact email@example.com.
LATIN DANCE & CULTURE
San Jose, Costa Rica (May 15-June 3, 2013)
Dr. Jeanne Schul will lead this cultural exploration of Costa Rica, including extensive dance instruction and regional touring. 4 credits in DAN 228. $2,500. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
PARTNERS IN PROGRESS
Costa Rica (May 13-June 29, 2013)
Dr. Julee Tate and Dr. David Slade will lead this program with Fundación Progreso Guanacaste. SPA/LCS 350—Pura Vida: Language and Culture in Costa Rica (3 credits) and SPA/LCS 496—Academic Internship (3 credits). EDU 222 credit possible. Students will work as English teaching assistants in schools. Housing with local families. Intermediate-level Spanish proficiency. $2,670. Contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SPRING HILL COLLEGE PROGRAM
Bologna, Italy (May 11-June 26, 2013)
Dr. Brad Adams will lead this program with Spring Hill College and teach ART 202 and ART 228. Optional Spring Hill courses include art history, philosophy, theology, social science, and Italian language. Optional Balkan social justice tour and Italian Alps excursion. 3-6 credits. $4,035-4,335 based on credits. Contact email@example.com.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact the Office of International Programs, Krannert 331, at 706-233-4065 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Other summer programs
Check out the ISEP summer programs.
Korean culture program: Bahrom International Program, South Korea. June 30-July 26. Apply for a scholarship to attend a 3 credit hour course on all aspects of Korean culture (taught in English). Fulfills the 5th Humanities requirement. Open to returning students. Application Deadline February 1, 2013
American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS) - Austria, England, Ireland, Russia, South Africa
GlobaLinks - Australia and New Zealand -internships! Great Barrier Reef studies! Aboriginal studies!
International Studies Abroad (ISA) - Argentina, Costa Rica, France, Spain
Spanish Studies Abroad - Seville, Spain
Lorenzo de' Medici - Florence, Tuscania or Rome, Italy
Studio Art Centers International - Florence, Italy (Art majors)
University of Limerick Summer Schools in Irish Studies
Limerick, Ireland Students choose one of five courses for three credits.
University of Dundee summer school
Study in Salamanca, Spain through Augusta State University.
Check out other programs at iiepassport or studyabroad.com!