New Scholarship for CWRU students to study in China: Application Process is Now Open
Starting in fall 2015, the Chinese government will provide two full scholarships to Case Western Reserve University students to study for a semester or academic year in China. The scholarships will include tuition and accommodation fees, living allowances, and medical insurance for an academic year.
This past spring, CWRU met with Ambassador Sun Guoxiang, Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in New York to discuss the scholarship program and in August a memorandum of understanding was signed formalizing the commitment.
The opening of the scholarship application process coincides with the announcement of the United States and the People’s Republic of China approving a reciprocal visa agreement. The new arrangement will allow American and Chinese students to receive multiple-entry visas for a longer amount of time, in essence increasing the ease of students traveling back and forth.
Students interested in applying for one of the scholarships should contact the Office of Education Abroad at email@example.com.
Short-Term Study Abroad Expo, Friday, November 21, 12-2 pm in Tomlinson Lobby
Announcements and Events from The Office of Education Abroad
Get lunch at the food trucks on the quad, featuring Wholly Frijoles, Mobile Sushi Bar, Grey Wolf Grill, and Pranzo Forno, all brought to you by the University Program Board. Then come inside Tomlinson Hall to warm up with free hot chocolate and learn about short-term study programs being offered next spring and summer. Faculty program leaders will be available to answer all your questions. Free hot chocolate will be available!
Join CWRU Faculty on a Summer Study Abroad Course: Deadline is February 1!
CWRU faculty are directing several study abroad courses this summer. From politics to engineering to art history, there is a program perfect for every student. Visit our website to search the summer options.
December 1 Deadline for Faculty Directed Spring Semester Study Abroad Courses over Spring Break or May Abroad
The deadline for the CWRU courses offered in the spring semester that go abroad over spring break or May is December 1! Apply here to register!
One Spot Available for Spring 2015 CWRU in London at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
The Office of Education Abroad has room for one more student to experience the wonder of studying at the world-renowned Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. If you are interested in participating this year, visit our website and contact the office immediately!
Other Announcements and Events
International Bioethics Discussion, Tomorrow, 5-6 p.m., Nord 410
Are moral answers different in different countries? Or are there absolute rights and wrongs? The Department of Bioethics Faculty will examine a bioethics case/issue comparing how it would be understood and handled in the United States and a country where they each teach a spring short-term study abroad course. The perspectives will include those from The Netherlands, Spain, and France. Join us for this interactive international bioethics discussion.
Study Abroad in Poland!
SASS 375/575 Poland: Invisible Groups in a New Poland
This spring semester course that travels to Poland over spring break introduces students to Polish culture and Polish social policies and practices concerning disenfranchised, stigmatized and disempowered social groups. The course will encourage students to understand how Poland's recent political and economic transformations affect society, in general, and some groups, in particular. The course will focus on how Polish society addresses problems of poverty, homelessness, aging, domestic violence and mental health disorders. In cooperation with the Institute of Sociology at the University of Poznan, students and faculty will use frameworks such as multiculturalism, social integration, feminism and determinants of social exclusion to understand Polish policy responses to various social phenomena. Students will have opportunities to engage government officials, practicing social workers, and some of Poland's most prominent scholars in conversation. In addition to lectures and workshops, the program includes guided tours of neighborhoods and social institutions. Apply Today!