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EU/NATO Global Study
Brussels, Belgium; Paris, France; Strasbourg, France (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:
Program Terms: Fall
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Restrictions: Norwich applicants only
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Language of Instruction: English, French Minimum GPA: 2.5
Class Eligibility: 2 - Sophomores Program Type: Study Abroad
Program Description:
Program Description:
Norwich University’s EU/NATO Global Study program is set in three of Europe’s most fascinating cities: Paris, Strasbourg and Brussels.   Be part of a group of Norwich students who will engage in interdisciplinary academic study taught by Norwich faculty. Designed for Corps of cadets, ROTC commissioning and civilian students, this cohort of students will travel, live, lead and learn together.  Gain a broader perspective on foreign policy, military and international affairs, and intercultural communication, while honing individual self-reliance and problem-solving skills. 

PROGRAM FACULTY
Dr. Sophia Mizouni

PROGRAM FEATURES
Paris, France – the starting point for the semester abroad include a week-long orientation to Europe’s diverse museums, culture, and food. Activities include a Seine River boat tour of Paris and the Eiffel Tower, the Army Museum (Tomb of Napoleon) and the Arc de Triomphe, the Palace of Versaille, The Louvre Museum, and Montmartre’s Street Art.
 
Strasbourg, France – the official seat of the European Parliament, the Council of Europe, Eurocorps, an intergovernmental military corps of approximately 1,000 soldiers, and the European Court of Human Rights, students will spend seven weeks in Strasbourg, the capital and largest city of the Grand Est region of France. Located close to the border with Germany in the historic region of Alsace, excursions from this center of politics, business, government and culture include visits to the Historical Museum, The Maginot Line, Fort Schoenenbourg and Fort de Mutzig, concentration camps and historic castles, and the Gourmet-Ralleye culinary tour.
 
Brussels, Belgium – The seat of the European Union and capital of Europe, Brussels is home to 40,000 EU and 4,000 NATO employees, and over 90 museums, beautiful parks, and distinctive architecture all within walkable distance. Over one quarter of the population originates from other countries, enabling students to experience and interact with new ideas and people to enhance their cultural agility. Activities over the 35-day stay include visits to NATO, Royal Museum of Army and Military History, Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), the US Mission, Cantillon Brewery and chocolate tasting in Brussels, to trips to surrounding cities.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Estimated Costs:  Norwich tuition and $750 education abroad fee.  For current pricing, www.norwich.edu/undergraduateadmissions/financial/cost-of-attendance
Costs Include:      Tuition and fees, shared accommodations, activity fees, $1,600 food stipend, and roundtrip international airfare
Costs Does Not Include:   Books, supplies, passport fee, personal expenses, and cost of travel to and from US city of departure and arrival
Financial Aid:     Norwich students may use their institutional, state, and federal aid to cover the total cost of this program.
 
Credits Available:

FR 205 Intermediate French I—3 credits
IN 350 Topics in International Studies—3 credits
PO 215 International Relations—3 credits
BA Intercultural Elective—3 credits
MA 101 Mathematics:  A Liberal Art—3 credits (Online)
 
Program Dates:

August 27, 2018 – December 18, 2018 (Online)
September 2, 2018 - November 30, 2018 (Overseas)
 
Application Deadline:     March 31, 2018
Admission Requirements:
Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
Sophomore standing or above.
No financial, disciplinary or academic holds
 
For more information, contact:
Edward P. Kohn
Dean, College of Liberal Arts
ekohn@norwich.edu
 
Or

International Center
3rd Floor Plumley Armory
international@norwich.edu
 

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Fall 2019 05/01/2019 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
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