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Office of Education Abroad Update, June 17, 2015: Issue 70

June 17, 2015: Issue 70

CWRU Students Explore the World this Summer!


This summer, CWRU is represented on four continents as more than 200 students travel abroad to participate in several varieties of programs. 63 students are enrolled in seven unique CWRU faculty-directed courses taught in Botswana, China, Cuba, Denmark, Italy, and France. Led by CWRU faculty, these students are learning about engineering, architecture, archaeology, language, literature, and culture in an international setting.

More than 150 other students have set out independently to take classes at an overseas university, engage in research or fieldwork, intern with international companies, or volunteer their medical skills. We wish safe travels to all the members of the CWRU community who are venturing abroad this summer, and we look forward to hearing your stories when you return in the fall!

To explore all your options for study abroad, visit our website at
www.case.edu/studyabroad and start your program search today.
 

Announcements and Events

Scholarships Available to Study in Ireland!
Planning on studying abroad in Ireland in fall 2015? Interested in exploring a semester study abroad program in Ireland in spring 2016? These scholarships are for you! First round scholarship applications are due on July 15 with second round applications due October 15. 
Contact the study abroad office to receive the scholarship application packet today to learn more.

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!

Study Abroad During Winter Break
Interested in a short study abroad opportunity this winter? Explore our winter break 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.

Tour Cleveland on Lolly the Trolly
Saturday, August 22nd from 10:30 – 2pm: Tour Cleveland on Lolly the Trolly with International and Study Abroad Students. Explore, downtown, Playhouse Square, the West Side Market, the Rock Hall, and more! For more details and to sign up click here.
 

Featured Programs!

Ireland is a Great Place to Study!

CWRU students can study abroad at one of four Irish universities: National University of Ireland-Galway, Trinity College Dublin, University College Cork and University College Dublin.

At the
National University of Ireland-Galway, you are minutes away from Galway’s City Center, and can take advantage of many different opportunities to get involved on campus with the university’s student population through sports and recreational activities.  Galway's large campus and buildings reflect the many disciplines and students that are catered to, from the majestic Arts Millennium Building to the Marine Science Institute, and the Cairnes Graduate School of Business and Public Policy. The campus offers high class facilities for teaching and research and a wealth of amenities for a rich and fulfilling student life.

Trinity College builds on its four-hundred-year-old tradition of scholarship to confirm its position as one of the great universities of the world, providing a liberal environment where independence of thought is highly valued and where staff and students are nurtured as individuals and are encouraged to achieve their full potential. You can get involved with clubs and societies on campus with the beautiful city of Dublin at your disposal, and can take advantage of the fantastic academics at Trinity College.

The
University College Cork has four colleges: Arts, Celtic Studies, and Social Sciences; Business and Law; Science, Engineering, and Food Science; and Medicine and Health. The campus is situated along a riverside garden setting, radiating a warm, personal charm, which greatly enhances the learning environment. Cork is the second largest city in Ireland and maintains the perfect balance of cosmopolitan and relaxed, with cafes and nightclubs, as well as small shops and quaint streets.
 
As Ireland’s most popular destination for International students,
University College Dublin is already proud to welcome many students from the United States across a range of disciplines and it would be an ideal location to continue your education. Minutes away from one of the world’s youngest cities, you are bound to have an academically, socially and culturally enriching experience in Dublin.

No matter where you
study abroad in Ireland, you will experience a unique new culture, travel to breathtaking sites and engage in top-notch academics. Ireland is the perfect place to study abroad!
In this issue:
  • CWRU Students Explore the World this Summer!
  • Announcements and Events
  • Application Deadlines
  • Meet with a Study Abroad Advisor
  • Featured Programs
June 17, 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

Round 1 Irish Scholarship Deadline: July 15

Winter Break Deadline: September 1

Spring Semester 2016 Deadline: September 15

Round 2 Irish Scholarship Deadline: October 15
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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