Winter Study Abroad

** NEW FOR WINTER 2018 **
CHILE
January 3-18, 2018

“SPACE AND MATERIALITY: PERFORMING PLACE”

A Wesleyan faculty-led program with Professor Marcela I. Oteíza Silva.

Are you interested in Theater, Dance, Performance, Fine Arts and Romance Languages?  This could be the perfect study abroad program for you!  This is an incredible opportunity to be exposed to a variety of multi-cultural performances … access to world-class performing arts … right in the heart of it all.  The Festival International Santiago a Mil (FITAM) offers close to 80 performances within the span of three weeks in January.  Artists not easily seen in the United States, including Romeo Castellucci, Ariane Mnouchkine and Robert Lepage, have performed at this festival.

1-credit course ~ $3425 (limited Financial Aid available)

Application deadline: September 29, 2017

CHINA
January 5-17, 2018

“TWO THOUSAND YEARS IN A CHINESE CITY: GUANGZHOU”

A Wesleyan faculty-led program with Professor Ying Jia Tan.

Are you a History major?  Or studying within the College of East Asian Studies?  Perhaps an International Relations certificate? Or part of the Urban Studies cluster?  Then keep reading!

This is an intensive 2-week program in Guangzhou (Canton), China.  The city of Guangzhou offers many historical landmarks that cover a wide span of Chinese history, starting from the Western Han (206BCE-9CE) to the modern period. Guangzhou also played a vital role in China’s transition to modernity.

1-credit course ~ $3425 (limited Financial Aid available)

Application deadline: September 29, 2017

Students will apply through the Office of Study Abroad if they wish to receive credit for a

non-Wesleyan program abroad during winter

The deadline for winter study abroad applications is October 30

Please note that due to the lateness of the application deadline, you may need to make travel arrangements before receiving an official acceptance from the Office of Study Abroad. If this is the case, please contact us to check the status of your application.

TO APPLY

  1. Submit the Initial Inquiry Form, available in your electronic portfolio
  2. After submitting this form, attend an advising session in the Office of Study Abroad, during drop-in hours (MWF 10-12pm, TTh 2-4pm). OSA staff will open your online permission application
  3. Fill out the online permission application which includes:
      • Application for permission to study abroad
      • Pre-departure reflection essay
      • Health Clearance
      • Assumption of Risk Release Waiver
      • Standards of Conduct Pledge
  1. If you are taking a language class: Fill out the  Study Abroad: Foreign Languages form and upload to your OSA application
  2. If you are taking a non-language class: Fill out the Permission to Transfer Credit form and obtain signature(s) from the corresponding department(s). Upload this form to your OSA application
  3. Complete the program’s own application process and keep track of their deadlines and requirements.