2016 Study Abroad Fair

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Join us at  Miami’s Annual Study Abroad Fair
Wednesday, September 28, 4-7 pm
Armstrong Student Center Pavilion

The study abroad fair is an opportunity to explore a wide range of study abroad options available to Miami students. Representatives will be on hand to provide materials and answer questions about hundreds of study abroad options.
Come and find out what’s available, or ask questions about a program you’ve already chosen!

Below is our current list of participants – be sure to check back for updates.

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>> Miami Luxembourg (MUDEC)
>> Miami University Faculty-led Study Abroad and Away
>> Exchange Programs
>> Third Party Provider Programs
>> Student Support
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Miami Luxembourg (MUDEC)

Study. Engage. Travel.
At MUDEC in the heart of Europe, students become immersed in European culture as they study in  a 15th-century chateau and learn to live with locals, volunteering with local organizations and explore neighboring countries.  Students can choose from a variety of courses that fulfill major, minor and Miami Plan foundation requirements and even complete a Thematic Sequence in one semester.  Students continue to pay Miami University tuition, fees, housing and meals.  Scholarships and financial aid apply as they would in Oxford and additional scholarship for study in Luxembourg are available.
MiamiOH.edu/luxembourg

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Miami University Faculty-led Study Abroad and Away

Many Miami students choose Faculty-led Study Abroad and Study Away Programs all over the world to complete major, minor and capstone requirements. Miami faculty members teach the courses and students receive Miami University academic credit. Students will pay tuition fees on a per-credit-hour to Miami as if they were at the Oxford campus as well as associated program fees. Most Faculty-led programs take place during Summer or Winter term.  StudyAbroad.MiamiOH.edu

List of Faculty Participants 9/16/2016 – check back for weekly updates.

CAS – College of Arts & Science
Alluring Quebec, Mark McKinney
Americans Abroad, Sande Garner and Allison Wanger
Building Sustainable Lives, Ann Fuehrer and Lauren Wulker
Caribbean Archaeology: Field and Laboratory Methods, Perry Gnivecki
Digital Innovation Semster (Cincinnati & San Francisco), Catherine Couretas
Engaging Native American Youth, Sande Garner
Environment and Tourism in Kenya, John Maingi and Stanley Toops
Globalization, Culture and Aging in Thailand, Margaret Jendrek
Intensive Italian in Urbino, Nicoletta Pazzaglia
Immersion Spanish, Nohelia Rojas-Miesse
Integrating Spanish Language, Afro-Peruvian Culture and Service
, Tamise Ironstrack
Inside Chicago, Christe McKittrick
Inside London, Bruce Drushel and Dan Behnke
Inside Washington, Howard Kleiman
Italy: Writing, Media & Culture, Daniele Fioretti
Jamaica: Globalization and Development,  Paula & Abdoulaye Saine
Kosovo, Ed Arnone, Nicollette Staton, Carl Dahlman
Language and Afro-Peru, Tamise Ironstack
Literary London, Kaara Peterson
Math in Euope, Anna Ghazaryan
Miami in Oman & UAE, Nathan French
NYC Media, Patricia Gallagher Newberry
Outdoor Leadership in Maui, Dave Sheehan
Paris: Cultural Capital, Elisabeth Hodges and Katie Johnson
Rights and Justice in Australia, Sarah Meaney
Stories from Cuba, Patricia Gallagher Newberry and Joe Sampson
Summer in Spain, Marisol del Teso Craviotto
Tel Akko Archaeological Field School, Melissa Rosenzweig
Tianjin Summer Program, Liang Shi
Transatlantic Relations: The US and the EU – Partners on the World Stage, Erica Edwards
Urban and Environmental Change in Peru, Bruce D’Arcus

CCA – College of Creative Arts
Ballroom Dance Tour of Italy, Leah Wasburn-Moses
Rome and Florence: Arts and Culture, Andrea Ridilla

CEC – College of Engineering and Computing
Engineering in Dynamic India, Shashi Lalvani and Amit Shukla
Interactive Design, Michael Bailey-Van Kuren

CPSAS – Professional Studies and Applied Sciences

Adventures in Chemistry, Susan Marine and Janet Marshall
Health Care Service Learning in Belize, Debbie Beyer

EHS – College of Education Health & Society
EHS Study Abroad, Jim Shiveley
Healthcare in the Gambia, Helaine Alessio
Life at Altitude in Tibet, Mark Walsh
Sport in European Society, Thelma Horn and Othello Harris
Teaching English as a Foreign Language Abroad, Martha Castaneda

FSB – Farmer School of Business
NYC Fashion (non-credit), Leslie Stoel
Services Marketing: Walt Disney World, Debbie Coleman

fsb.miamioh.edu/international
FSB Summer 2017 programs:
FSB Lux Plus
FSB Europe
FSB Explore Asia

FSB Winter Programs
2016-17 programs are closed; 2017-18 programs to be announced in March 2017.

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Exchange Programs

Exchange Programs allow Miami students to exchange places with a student from another university. More than 100 international universities are accessible to Miami students through exchange programs. On an exchange program, students pay Miami tuition and fees. Depending on the program, room and board costs can be paid to Miami or to the host university directly.
Miami Institution-to-Institution Exchange Programs
GERMANY: Rosenheim Institute of Technology (architecture students only)
SCOTLAND: University of Glasgow
JAPAN: Kansai Gaidai University
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: American University of Sharjah
FINLAND: University of Helsinki
THAILAND: Chulalongkorn University
MEXICO: University of the Americas – Puebla
UNITED KINGDOM: University of Leicester

For more information or look up program information at StudyAbroad.MiamiOH.edu

Farmer School of Business Exchange Programs
AUSTRIA: Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration
CHINA: Peking University, Fudan University
HONG KONG: Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
JAPAN: Rikkyo University, Doshisha University
KOREA: Korea University, Seoul National University, Yonsei University – Seoul, Yonsei University – Wonju
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: American University of Sharjah
For more information visit fsb.MiamiOH.edu/international

International Student Exchange Programs – ISEP
Through Miami University’s membership in ISEP, Miami students can study at any of the international ISEP member institutions. Explore your ISEP program options at StudyAbroad.MiamiOH.edu or at isep.org.

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Third Party Provider Programs

In Third-Party Provider Programs, students will directly enroll in another university or through international education organizations and earn transfer credit for the coursework completed during the program.  These programs can offer expansive academic and geographic options that Miami alone cannot offer. Students pay most fees for tuition, housing and excursions directly to the provider in many cases, your Miami scholarships can travel with you.

American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS), http://aifs.com/
Academic Programs International (API), http://www.apistudyabroad.com/
Arcadia University, http://www.arcadia.edu/abroad/
Athena Study Abroad, http://athenaabroad.com/
Barcelona SAE, http://www.barcelonasae.com/
CEA Study Abroad, http://www.gowithcea.com/
CIEE, http://www.ciee.org/
CIS Abroad, http://www.cisabroad.com/study-abroad
Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS), http://www.dis.dk/
The Institute for the International Education of Students (IES Abroad), https://www.iesabroad.org/IES/home.htmlIES Abroad
Institute for Study Abroad Butler University (IFSA), http://www.ifsa-butler.org/
International Studies Abroad (ISA), http://www.studiesabroad.com/
SEA Semester, http://www.sea.edu/
Semester at Sea, http://www.semesteratsea.org/
SIT Study Abroad, http://www.sit.edu/
Studio Art Centers International Florence (SACI), http://www.saci-florence.org/
Education Abroad Network (TEAN), http://www.educationabroadnetwork.org/
The School For Field Studies (SFS), http://www.fieldstudies.org/
University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC), http://usac.unr.edu/
Wells in Florence, http://wellsabroad.com/

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Student Support

Office of the Registrar
Office of Financial Aid

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