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Study Abroad Opportunities

EU Studies Program in Strasbourg, France

The EU Studies program is a semester long study abroad program offering courses in political science, economics, business, management, history, art, languages, literature, and culture.  All courses are taught in English by the University of Strasbourg and Georgia State University professors.  Students live and study in an historic 18th century castle and take part in many site visits to important institutions of the European Union.  Students also have the opportunity to study and research human rights in close proximity to Europe's primary human rights legal body, the European Court of Human Rights and other institutions.  Additionally, a variety of local and regional excursions as well as an overnight trip to Germany, Luxembourg, and Belgium are included as an integral part of the program.  The program is offered for both Fall and Spring semesters.

For more information visit the program website or contact: Dr. William Downs (polwmd@langate.gsu.edu)

Human Rights in Argentina: From Dictatorship to Democracy (1976-Today)

This exciting interdisciplinary Study Abroad program is offered during the Maymester.  The program is offered in English and is suited for students in Psychology, the literature/culture concentration of the Department of Modern and Classical Languages, and students pursuing a certificate degree in Latin American Studies through the Center for Latin American and Latino Studies.  The program is also suited for students in departments such as Anthropology, History, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology or Women’s Studies who have an interest in international approaches in their disciplines.  The program is co-sponsored by the Department of Modern and Classical Languages, the Center for Latin American and Latino Studies, and the Center for Human Rights and Democracy. 

For more information contact: Dr. Gabriel Kuperminc (kuperminc@gsu.edu)
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