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Study Abroad

  

Reflections on a Summer in Taiwan A travel course student shares her story.

April 30, 2018 by | News

In the Summer of 2016, Amanda Lindsey ’19 traveled to Taiwan to study the Chinese language with Wilkinson Language Professor I-Ting Chao’s Chinese, Culture and Society Travel Course. Lindsey and other Chapman students spent the month of July living and studying in Taiwan. By traveling to multiple cities, students were given the opportunity to converse

My Interterm Travel Course Experience Tips on Traveling Abroad

March 14, 2017 by Shoshana Feld-Sobol | News

By Shoshana Feld-Sobol Strategic and Corporate Communication (’17) There are a ton of things that I love about Chapman University. But if I were to narrow it down to just a handful of my favorites, I would say that the travel course interterm program was one of the best for me. In just a month

Spend January in Germany

October 23, 2013 by | News

Professor Heather Ter-Jung is recruiting students to study aboard in Munich, Germany, January 5-25, 2014. Students will receive credit for German 101, 102, 201 or 399 while exploring the history and culture of the beautiful city of Munich (no prior knowledge of German required for 101). Cost includes: Bed and breakfast, daily language classes, city

Students travel to India

February 14, 2013 by | Uncategorized

Dr. Phyllis Herman and Rev. Nancy Brink lead a group of students to India for the January 2013 Interterm course entitled REL 335a – Hinduism and Religions of India. The 17-day trip took place on January 7-24, 2013 with three days of on-campus lectures before they went off to India. The course focused on the

Ashley Liberio is heading to Eastern Europe

June 18, 2012 by | News

Wilkinson staff member and graduate student Ashley Liberio will be heading to Eastern Europe this week to participate in an MBA travel course put on by Dr. Jim Coyle of the MAIS program.  The course will last three weeks and will take her to Tbilisi, Georgia and Baku, Azerbaijan where she will study the geopolitics

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