Travel the globe with Western faculty this summer
Students will study
development in Kioni, Greece.
Western students have the opportunity to travel the world with Western faculty members while earning WWU credit through the summer travel courses.
This summer, Western is offering 15 different courses allowing students to explore countries like China, Costa Rica, Greece and Italy, while learning about language, culture, sustainability, history, food and much more.
Some examples of classes offered this summer include learning about culture and ecology in the Himalaya Mountains in India, studying food in Florence, exploring history, art and archaeology in Rome and studying tropical marine biology in Mexico.
Here is a full list of international course offerings this summer:
- China: Immerse Yourself in Chinese Language and Cultural Studies and Changing China: Culture, Community and Citizenship
- Costa Rica: Rainforest Immersion and Conservation Action
- Ithaca, Greece: Sustainable Ithaca: Applied Studies in Mediterranean Sustainable Development
- India: Culture and Ecology in the Himalaya Mountains
- Italy: Study Food This Summer in Europe, History, Art and Archaeology of Rome, and Tuscan Summer of Language and Culture
- Mexico: Study Tropical Marine Biology/Ecology and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.
- Peru: Ecotourism and Community Development in Peru
- Rwanda: Building Bridges with Rwanda
- San Francisco: Exploring Great Cities: San Francisco Neighborhood Geography and Planning
- Tanzania: Exploring Tanzanian Environments
- Study Canada Summer Institute for K-12 Educators: A Capital View of Canada: Nations within a Nation
Another class, South Africa (Service Learning): Nongovernmental Organizations in Development, is full.
To learn more about Western's summer travel course offerings, click here.