Grand View University, has announced to offer five distinctive study abroad programs for students during the spring/summer session of 2017. The five study abroad educational trips range from Australia to France, from Denmark to Peru. Masters and undergraduate students from various programs can apply for this opportunity.
International studies director Mark Daly quoted, “It opens up your mind, and you understand a sense of otherness, a sense of difference in others.”
Destination: Ashland, Oregon Duration: May 14 – 23
The trip is dedicated to the Oregon Shakespeare festival. A program outline will integrate seeing 6 advanced and classic productions; an interactive session will be done prior and after each play; and several other merriments, alongside exploring the natural beauty of Oregon.
Destination: Australia and New Zealand Duration: May 3 – 31
On this excursion, the students will have a chance to experience the culture of South Pacific. Taking tours through historically rich Hype Park Military Barracks, Blue Mountains, the chronicled Rocks zone of old Sydney, and numerous other natural parks, students can also participate in numerous nature sight-seeing trips.
Destination: Toulouse, France Duration: May 7 – 24
The prime focus of the program is to make students culturally engrossed and to familiarize them with the community’s past, whilst learning how the community has evolved to its present.Courses covered:
Destination: Copenhagen, Denmark and Hamburg, Germany Duration: May 3 – 19
This trip concentrates on the provision of healthcare and social service to the marginalized populaces. Students will get a chance to experience the culture, find out about the influences of urban and rural health and social service experts, visit exhibition halls, manors, and entertainment parks, and also get engaged with faculty at the university.
Destination: Peru Duration: May 9 -20
Students on this excursion will visit one of the Seven Wonders of the World and experience the history and society of Peruvians with outings to Sacred Valley, and Ollantaytambo's remnants, the Inca fortress, and a floating town. This outing showcases Machu Picchu.