Climate Change in Vietnam
The College of Forestry & Conservation, the Mansfield Center and the Environmental Studies Department have created a unique study abroad opportunity for students to expand their knowledge and experience of climate change in natural ecosystems in the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam. The field-based, experiential classes focus on climate change issues as well as the culture, ecology, economy, and history of Vietnam. The program is a part of the University of Montana's faculty-led study abroad and will be led by Society and Conservation Professor Dr. Jill Belsky and Forestry Professor Emeritus Dr. Steve Siebert and is suitable for students of all backgrounds and majors.
Dates: May 8 - May 31, 2019
Deadline: Applications available Fall 2018
Explore Hong Kong, Macau and South China
This course provides an opportunity for you to develop a first-hand understanding of the socio-cultural changes that are happening under the “one country, two systems” policy. Through site visits and dialogue with local scholars, activists, journalists, legislators, and business professionals, you will learn about international communication issues such as multinational organization communication, press freedom, Internet censorship, social media for social change, cultural influences, and discourses of development. While immersed in the sights, sounds, and smells of the place, you will have the opportunity to connect with local young people to exchange views on transnational phenomena and to experience in person intercultural communication at the confluence of the East and the West.
Program dates to be announced.
Partner Universities have agreements specifically with the University of Montana to send and receive students.
There are two different types of exchange with Partner Universities: Partner Exchange, where students pay tuition to UM and room & board usually to the host institution, and Partner Direct, where students pay tuition, room, & board all to the host institution. Most UM scholarships and student loans (except work study) can apply. To study abroad you must have at least a Sophomore standing of 30 UM credits (you can apply as a Freshman as long as you are a Sophomore once you are abroad), and have a minimum GPA of 2.8 (3.0 for select universities).
Johns Hopkins University and Nanjing University's collaborative program in Nanjing offers a number of graduate degrees in Chinese studies focused on contemporary politics and economy.
The Schwarzman Scholars program provides promising graduates with full funding for a master's degree at Tsinghua University in Beijing, one of China's top universities.The Schwarzman Scholars program provides promising graduates with full funding for a master's degree at Tsinghua University in Beijing, one of China's top universities. All classes are taught in English. Successful applicants will pursue degrees in Public Policy, Economics and Business, or International Studies.
Yenching Scholars at Peking University
The Yenching Scholars program provides successful applicants with a fully-funded MA in Chinese Studies at Peking University, one of China's top universities. All classes are taught in English.
Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute
Eight-week summer language program for academic credit hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Courses available: Khmer, Lao, Thai, Vietnamese, Burmese, Filipino, Hmong and Indonesian. Courses are taught in first, second and third-year levels.
Applications are available in the Fall and due in late winter or early spring.
Study Abroad at NYU Shanghai
Earn credit for course in Chinese language and East Asia. Need-based grants to pay tuition are available through the program.
Applications are due in February and September.
Fulbright Taiwan FSE English Teacher Training & Research Awards
Successful applicants will spend one year in Taiwan training English teachers. Applicants must hold at least an Master's degree and have TEFL teaching experience.
Applications are due in early February.
JET: The Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme
Get paid a salary with benefits to work in Japan for at least one year. Successful applicants will be assigned to work as Assistant Language Teachers in a local school or as Coordinators for International Relations in local government.
Contact: Seattle JET Program Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications are due in November.