Dream Experience: Semester At Sea

University of Virginia opens application for spring 2016 shipboard program for global study abroad "Semester At Sea".  A wide variety of coursework from 20-25 disciplines is integrated with relevant field studies in up to a dozen countries, allowing for a comparative study abroad experience that is truly global. Deadline to apply is December 15.

Semester at Sea is a multiple country study abroad program open to students of all majors emphasizing comparative academic examination, hands-on field experiences, and meaningful engagement in the global community.

The University of Virginia is the program’s academic  sponsor. Students from 250-300 colleges in the United States and the world participate on Semester at Sea each term. Credit earned is transferable to a student’s home institution.

The program starts on January 5th and runs until April 15th.

Embark: San Diego, CA, United States ⇒ Honolulu, Hawaii, United States ⇒ Yokohama, Japan ⇒ Kobe, Japan ⇒ Shanghai, China ⇒ Hong Kong, China ⇒ Ho Chi Minh City, Việt Nam ⇒ Rangoon, Burma ⇒ Cochin, India ⇒ Port Louis, Mauritius ⇒ Cape Town, South Africa ⇒ Takoradi, Ghana ⇒ Tema (Accra), Ghana ⇒ Casablanca, Morocco ⇒ Debark: Southampton (London), England.

Click here to check eligibility and criteria for applicants.

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