- CUA Flagship Program
- Semester & Year Programs
- Spring Break
- International Internships
- Service Learning
CUA Flagship Program
Semester & Year Programs
Spring Break Programs
"Discovering Madrid Through the Arts"
March 7-15, 2014
1 credit SPAN 120 (undergrad)
CUA Faculty Director: Dr. Daniel Garcia-Donoso, Department of Modern Languages & Literatures, School of Arts & Sciences
|Leuven||European Union Internship||Fall and Spring Semesters|
|Dublin||Irish Parliamentary Internship||Fall and Spring Semesters|
|London||British Parliamentary Internship||Spring Semester|
|British Parliamentary Internship||Summer|
Service Learning Abroad
The following semester programs offer an optional service learning component. Some programs offer a credit-bearing service learning seminar in conjunction with a placement in a local organizations. Students must first gain approval from CUA in order to receive credit for such programs.
Buenos Aires - Latin American Societies & Cultures Program - IES Abroad
Examples of the types of Service Learning placements students have had in the past include: NGO specializing in Microcredit: Students worked in the communication, fundraising, and research department. Human Rights Organization: Students had the opportunity to translate special materials, public outreach, coverage of public events, updating databases, and other administrative tasks. Educational and Career building Organization: taught specialized English classes, and other IT support responsibilities.
Rio de Janeiro - Study Brazil Program - IES Abroad
|Santiago - Santiago Semester Program - IES Abroad
IES Abroad Santiago also offers a service learning program. Service learning placements allow you to develop similar skills as an internship placement while working at social organizations in Chile. If you choose to participate in a service learning placement, you will also participate in a corresponding Service Learning Seminar.
San Jose - Social & Environmental Change in Costa Rica - IES Abroad
Quito - Quito Semester Area Studies Program - IES Abroad
SL/IN395 Service Learning Seminar: Ecuadorian Society introduces students to a series of debates on Ecuadorian society focusing on race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality. Students complete 60-80 hours of community service per semester as a course requirement.
Past Service Learning placements include: Raíces Community School, CARE-Ecuador, FENOCIN, an ethnic and indigenous rights organization, Kimira, an HIV education organization, INDESIC, a scholarship organization for indigenous Ecuadorians, Sun and Life Foundation-Hospital Baca Ortiz, and Museo Mindal.
Delhi - Delhi Semester Program - IES Abroad
IES Abroad locates volunteer opportunities at organizations focusing on the following issues: Animal Welfare, Community Development, Cultural Heritage, Economic Development, Education, Environmental Issues, Health, Housing, Human Rights, Nutrition, Rural Development and Social, Women, and Child Welfare.
Cape Town - University of Cape Town - IES Abroad
Non-CUA Program Options
What is a Non-CUA Program?
CUAbroad, the education abroad office of the Center for Global Education, offers a wide array of education abroad programs that cater to many different majors and interests. These programs are either directly administered by CUA or are affiliated and approved by CUA.
When a student is unable find just the right CUA-administered or affiliated program that fits his or her academic objectives, they may be able to study with another accredited institution overseas, and receive transfer credits toward your degree at CUA. Students must follow the procedures on how to participate in a non-CUA program, and gain approval from CUAbroad and their academic advisor. Please carefully read the information below to learn about how to find a non-CUAbroad program that is right for you.