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Curry College is committed to assisting students in achieving a personally fulfilling education, one which enables them to develop existing areas of interest and skill, and to explore new areas. This includes the possibility of studying abroad, both during the academic year and the summer.
Study abroad enhances a student's academic preparation in specific areas, such as foreign languages, politics and history, English, and the fine and applied arts, as well as more specific interests, such as comparative education techniques, international broadcasting, international business and trade, and the international impact of environmental issues. It also serves to broaden the student's general perspective on a world which is becoming increasingly interconnected. Study abroad opportunities exist worldwide.
Students considering study abroad should have completed at least 30 credits at Curry at the time of study, have a minimum grade point average of 2.50 at Curry, and be in good financial and disciplinary standing with the College.
CURRY College STUDY ABROAD PARTNERSHIPS
For more information about Curry's Study Abroad partnerships in England and France, please contact Ned Bradford or use the Setster link above to make an appointment to discuss these options. Applications can be also picked up from the Study Abroad Partnerships display in the Academic Enrichment Center on the second Floor of Levin Library.
The APPLICATION DEADLINE for both Spring, 2016 programs at Richmond University in London, England and St. Francis University in Ambialet, France was October 15, 2015.
All supporting materials (faculty recommendation, official transcript, statement of purpose) must accompany an application for it to be complete. Applications should be submitted to Ned Bradford in the Academic Enrichment Center on the second floor of Levin Library. Late applications will not be accepted, but will be considered for future semesters.
THIRD-PARTY STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES
For more information on all third party study abroad opportunities, or to make an appointment to discuss a particular country or program, please contact Pat Bonarrigo or Katie Shields by using the Setster link above to make an appointment to discuss these options. An Application to Study Abroad (see below) must be submitted to the Curry College Registrar's Office at the same time that an application is submitted to the study abroad institution.
Summer, 2016 2-week Nursing Study Program in Paris and Ambialet, France
Curry College is pleased to announce a two week summer intensive course for Curry College nursing students in May, 2016!
NSG 3470: Health Policy and Financing will be taught from May 16 to May 30, 2016, at Le Prieure (the Priory) in the south of France! This 3 credit, required nursing course will be co-taught by Dr. Lisa Gentile of St. Francis University and Dr. Linda Tenofsky of Curry College. Curry students will fly into Paris and spend several days visiting a variety of health care facilities, then travel to Le Prieure in Ambialet, France. The Priory is a majestic building located on a hilltop overlooking the Tarn River in the Lower Pyrenees mountains. Classes will take place in Ambialet and all excursions will originate from there.
This study tour is a unique experience for all traditional and RN-BS students who would like to compare health policy in the United States and Europe, and who would like to take a required nursing course in a European setting The total cost is tentative and will be set in the next several months. For more information about logistics and costs contact Dr. Linda Tenofsky at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application deadline with $200.00 deposit - December 14, 2015. Applications and deposits should be submitted to Laura Cedrone (617 333-2125), Continuing and Graduate Studies Office, 55 Atherton St.
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Summer, 2016 3-Week Study Program in London, England
Curry College is pleased to announce a three week summer course for all Curry College students from May 28 to June 19, 2015.
Join us for an Information Meeting in the Gray Meeting Room, on the second Floor or the Student Center, Wednesday November 18 from 5:30-6:30 PM.
ED 2xxx (TBD): International Perspectives on Early Childhood Education will be taught from May 28 through June 19 at Richmond University in London, England. This 3 credit elective course will be taught by Dr. Pebble Brooks and may be taken by ANY Curry student, It will count as an elective in the Education major(s) or for CLAC II for students of other majors. It will focus on the history and cultural contexts of child-centered education and include visits to schools for young children in London and Nottinghamshire. Excursions to museums and sites in London, a night at the theatre, several education-themed lectures, travel to the beautiful city of Oxford, and an optional 2 day trip to Paris on the Chunnel are also planned. Students will be housed on the Richmond Hill campus of Richmond University. This study program offers a unique opportunity for Curry students to learn about early childhood education from a global perspective in one of the most diverse and vital cities in the world. For more information contact Dr. Pebble Baker Brooks at email@example.com.
Proposed Summer, 2017 Short-term Study Tour in China
NSG 3470: Health Policy and Financing (Required Course for Nursing Students) and Math 1170 :East Asian Mathematics: An Alternate Approach (General Elective for Any Student) will be taught during the last two weeks of May, 2017 in China. In addition to classes and course-related excursions, students will explore Beijing's ancient past and take pleasure in its exciting modern developments. Also, students will enjoy the natural and historical significance of Xian, marvel at the beauty of Hangzhou and appreciate the prosperous metropolis and rich cultural resources of Shanghai.
For more information, nursing students should contact Dr. Susan LaRocco, Nursing Division Chairperson, at firstname.lastname@example.org. All other students should contact Dr. Tracy Wang, Coordinator of Mathematics, at email@example.com.