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Office of Education Abroad Update, August 26, 2015: Issue 75

august 26, 2015: Issue 75

Welcome back to CWRU!
Let us help you go away!

Top 5 Things You Need to Know NOW about Study Abroad!
 
1. Study abroad is more affordable than you think! Your financial aid packet applies to your study abroad, and you can receive additional financial aid to help with CWRU faculty directed study abroad courses.

2. You can take classes in English in almost every country!

3. All majors can study abroad. We will help you find the courses (major, minor, breadth or elective) to keep you on track to graduate on time!

4. First year students (and everyone else) can study abroad this year with our faculty directed CWRU courses abroad. Applications are open for courses that go abroad over
winter break, spring break, and early May. Apply today!

5. Applications are being accepted for
spring semester 2016 now, but it is never too early to start thinking about study abroad later on.

With all of the excitement of the new school year, don't forget to
make an appointment to visit with one of our study abroad advisors to learn all there is to know about study abroad at CWRU.
 

Announcements and Events

Pre-Meds Can Study Abroad!
Come to the information session on Monday, August 31st from 5-6pm in Clark 309 and meet with pre-health advisor, Dr. Steven Scherger, and assistant director of education abroad, Autumn Beechler Stebing. Learn how to map the pre-med curriculum and about the health-focused study abroad programs available to you!

Study Abroad During Winter Break
Interested in a short study abroad opportunity this winter? Explore our winter study abroad options. These CWRU courses are offered in the fall with an abroad experience during the break between semesters. For information about these opportunities, contact a
study abroad advisor.  See all Winter Break Programs here. Act now because the deadline is September 1!

How to Study Abroad Sessions
Missed us at orientation? You can find us the 2nd Tuesday of every month from 5:00-6:00pm in the Tomlinson Lobby to learn how to study abroad! Next Session, Tuesday, September 8!

Spring 2016 Semester Programs
CWRU has many spring semester study abroad options around the world. Visit our
website to see all spring semester study abroad options. The deadline for Spring 2016 is September 15, so make an appointment today!

Interested in Volunteering at the Study Abroad Fair?
If you are a returned study abroad student who would like to promote your study abroad institution and is available on Friday, September 11th before and/or during community hour, please fill out this
form to volunteer to encourage others to study abroad.

Scholarships Available to Study in Ireland!
Interested in exploring a semester study abroad program in Ireland in spring 2016? These scholarships are for you! The second round of applications are due October 15
Contact the study abroad office to receive the scholarship application packet today to learn more.

Spring Semester CWRU Study Abroad Courses Over Spring Break or Early May are here!
Applications are now open for our spring semester CWRU study abroad courses with travel over spring break or early May. Visit the
program pages, choose the best program for your academic needs, and apply by Dec 1.
 


Featured Programs

Take SAGES courses in Spain or London!

CWRU is offering two SAGES courses with study abroad this year.

This fall, you can study
USSY 288L: Future Energy at Home and Abroad, which includes a winter break study abroad experience in Spain. This course investigates what we can do both individually and collectively to tackle this energy challenge. The questions considered include: To what extent is the world aware of the energy challenge and its environmental implications? What is already being done to meet this challenge? What role can technology play in addressing it? What research can we be doing now to help predict the future of our energy needs and potential environmental impacts? By investigating these questions, you will develop a fuller and more precise understanding of the energy challenge, as well as generate possible solutions. This course will include visits to main energy conversion facilities involving wind and solar, both thermal and photovoltaic. Also planned are visits to cities of historical heritage including Seville and Granada. The deadline for this application is September 1.

In the spring, we are offering
USNA 272: The Thames Watershed, which travels to London over spring break. In this seminar, students will investigate the London, England-area Thames watershed and its associated concerns, like urban development, watershed management, aquatic species conservation, and habitat engineering and restoration. While in London, students will focus on London’s main watershed and its history and ecology and study the Lea River Valley (where the 2012 summer Olympics were located), the Fleet River, and various water-related constructions, such as Docklands, Regent’s Canal, and the Wildfowl and Wetlands Nature Reserve, each from historical and ecological standpoints. Emphasis will be on how humans have treated the watershed historically, from using the rivers as sewers and transportation links, to restoring its ecosystems, as is the current case in the Lea River Valley. Course readings will be a mix of cultural history, London newspaper archives, and scientific studies on riparian corridor management. The deadline for this application is December 1.

To learn more about these courses and other faculty directed study abroad options, contact the Office of Education Abroad at
studyabroad@case.edu or visit our website at www.case.edu/studyabroad.

 
In this issue:
  • Welcome back to CWRU! Let us help you go away!
  • Announcements and Events
  • Application Deadlines
  • Meet with a Study Abroad Advisor
  • Upcoming Events
  • Featured Programs
August 26 , 2015

This update is published by The Office of Education Abroad (OEA) at Case Western Reserve University.  If you are not already subscribed to this update you can sign up here to receive this and other OEA communications.

Application Deadlines

Winter Break 2015-16 Deadline: Sept 1

Spring Semester 2016 Deadline: Sept 15

Round 2 Irish Scholarship Deadline: Oct 15

Spring CWRU Faculty Directed Courses (Spring Break and early May) Deadline: Dec 1
 
Pre-Med Study Abroad Info Session: Mon, Aug 31; 5-6pm; Clark 309

How to Study Abroad Info Session: Tues, Sept 8; 5-6pm; Tomlinson Lobby

Study Abroad Fair: Friday, Sept 11, 10:30am-2pm; Case Quad
 
Meet with a Study Abroad Advisor

To schedule a phone, Skype, or in-person appointment with a study abroad advisor, contact: studyabroad@case.edu
 
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