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March 15, 2013

Study Abroad: Cultural and Historical Preservation Studies in Prague and Krakow

Deadline: March 31, 2013

Open to: Graduate students and junior/senior undergraduate students, or by permission of Director.

The program is composed of two three-credit units, for a total of six credits.

(1) Prague & Krakow: Core Course-Preserving the Past for the Future (3 credits-45 contact hours)

(2) Prague & Krakow: Internship Project (3 credits) or International Service Learning Project (3 credits)

Offered by Rutgers’ Program in Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies (http://chaps.rutgers.edu/) in collaboration with the Dartmore Institute (http://www.dartmore.cz/), the program is divided equally between the historic cities of Prague (Czech Republic), and Krakow (Poland), whose historic urban centers are designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Both are also known for their vibrant student life, with activities centered on the universities and a lively café and club culture.

Funding Opportunities Available

For more information please see the CHAPS website: http://chaps.rutgers.edu/chaps-abroad/142-chaps-abroad-prague-a-krakow.html?catid=11%3Achaps-abroad

To apply: http://chaps.rutgers.edu/chaps-abroad/how-to-apply.html

Posted by jmkirsch at March 15, 2013 04:31 PM

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