Faculty-Led Study Abroad
UWF offers short-term study programs for small groups of students to travel with a UWF professor in the summer semester or during term breaks.
UWF in Germany
UWF Department of Government and World Languages is hosting Germany Yesterday and Today study abroad program June 29-July 28, 2017. Program host includes Ulm University, a UWF partner institution, and field trips to Nuremberg, Munich and Berlin. You do not need to enroll in German language study or have German language experience to participate. The program 3 credit hour course is conducted in English for undergraduate and graduate students, and non-course enrollment participants are welcome to apply. Contact Dr. Sylvia Fischer for details at email@example.com.
UWF Social Work in Guatemala
UWF Department of Social Work is hosting Social Work and Social Welfare in Guatemala study abroad program August 11-20, 2017. Program host includes Hearts in Motion, an Indiana based NGO providing humanitarian services to Central and South America for three decades. The six-week, Summer Term 3 online course covers Guatemala’s history, culture, politics, economy, and social welfare system, followed by a nine-day service trip to Eastern Guatemala. No Spanish language experience is required to participate. Contact Dr. Chris Cotton for details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UWF History in Central Europe
UWF Department of History is hosting Central Europe: The Contrast of Centuries study abroad program July 4-20, 2017. Tour includes four nights in Poland with visits to Krakow and Auschwitz; four nights in Slovakia to include Tatry National Park and Bratislava; four nights in Vienna, Austria; and four nights in Prague, Czech Republic. Participants may register for 3 or 6 undergraduate or graduate credits in history in arrangement with Dr. Miller. No foreign language experience is required to participate. Contact Dr. Daniel Miller for details at email@example.com.