Thursday, September 29, 2016

STUDYING ABROAD IN SPRING 2017? 

The deadline is October 1st to submit the Intent to Study Abroad Form

There is no penalty if you end up not studying abroad or decide to study abroad at a later date.

Log onto your myBarnard account, click on the Academics tab, go to the drop-down menu on the right side for Study Abroad and choose the Intent to Study Abroad Form. Then, complete and submit.


STUDY ABROAD INFORMATION SESSIONS FALL 2016

Friday September 30, 227 Milbank, 3-4 pm
Thursday, October 13, 307 Milbank, 1:15 - 2 pm
Friday, October 21, 227 Milbank, 12 -1 pm
Wednesday, October 26, 214 Milbank, 1:15 - 2 pm
Friday, November 11, 227 Milbank, 12 -1 pm
Thursday, November 17, 306 Milbank, 1:15 - 2 pm
Monday, December 5, 227 Milbank, 12:15 - 1 pm

These sessions give a complete overview of the study abroad process at Barnard and are an opportunity for you to ask questions.


COLUMBIA/BARNARD STUDY ABROAD FAIR

Wednesday, October 512 – 3 pm
Lerner Hall, Roone Arledge Auditorium, Columbia University

Meet with returnee study abroad students AND 40+ program representatives to learn about academic year, semester and summer abroad!  Programs provide students with a variety of overseas experiences including practicing Japanese in Japan, studying economics in the UK, researching psychology in Brazil or even completing an archaeological dig in Italy

Please go to https://www.barnard.edu/global/study-abroad/calendar for a full schedule of Barnard study abroad events.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016


STUDY ABROAD INFORMATION SESSIONS

Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies Information Session

Date: Thursday, September 22nd
Time: 3-4pm
Location: Core Conference room, 202 Hamilton
 
Program Highlights:
  • Take advanced coursework in Japanese language at the 3rd, 4th & 5th year levels plus courses in Japanese studies.
  • Participate in a Community Involvement Project – do volunteer work, join a student club, or study a Japanese art with a mentor.
  • Live with a homestay family.
  • KCJS Need-based Scholarships available. Awards vary between $500-$5,000. 
Eligibility:
Must have completed at least two years of college-level Japanese for the fall semester, and five semesters for the spring semester, or the equivalent.

Upcoming deadlines:                                           
Spring 2017: October 5
Fall 2017 & Academic Year 2017-18: March 15

For more information:
http://columbia.studioabroad.com/?go=KCJSAYOverview
http://www.kcjs.jp/index.html 

Questions?
Interested but can’t attend? Schedule an appointment to meet with Robin Leephaibul (Robin Leephaibul Advising Calendar) or email her at rl2705@columbia.edu.   

Tropical Biology and Sustainability in Kenya Information Session

In partnership with Princeton, Columbia runs a field semester abroad program in the Spring focusing on ecology, evolutionary biology, conservation biology, environmental engineering, and sustainable development. Based at Princeton's Mpala Research Centre, student also travel to places such as the forested slopes of Mt. Kenya, the wildlife-rich savannas of Laikipia, and the coffee and tea plantations of western Kenya. Courses can be counted toward the E3B and Sustainable Development major/concentration. Come learn more at the information session!

Date: Friday, September 23
Time: 12pm
Place: 1106 Schermerhorn Extension

For more information: http://columbia.studioabroad.com/?go=Kenya 

Interested but can't attend?
Schedule an appointment to meet with Meg Booth (Meg Booth Advising Calendar) or email her at mr2850@columbia.edu   


Berlin Consortium for German Studies (BCGS) Info Session

Date: Friday, September 23
Time: 2pm
Location: 606 Kent Hall (Office of Global Programs & Fellowships)


Studying abroad at the Berlin Consortium for German Studies (BCGS) offers an incredible opportunity to master German language skills by engaging in intensive academic coursework while integrating into German culture. Students enroll at the Freie Universit√§t Berlin, which hosts a variety of departments including Biology, Economics, Political Science and much more. Students may also consider taking select courses at other universities in Berlin such as the Humboldt.  Berlin’s vibrant nightlife, art scene and fascinating history create an exciting environment to experience life in the new Europe.  The equivalent of at least two years of college- level German is required to apply to the program. Studying in Berlin for the full academic year opens the possibility of arranging full-time internships during the semester break in February and March.  Motivated students, with the help of the program, have arranged many interesting internships over the years in political foundations, government offices, hospitals, opera houses, public relations firms, and schools.

For more information: www.bcgs.columbia.edu

Application deadline for Spring 2017: October 15

Interested but can't attend?
Schedule an appointment to meet with Meg Booth (Meg Booth Advising Calender) or email her at mr2850@columbia.edu   

Columbia in Beijing at Tsinghua University Information Session

Date: Tuesday, Sept. 27th
Time: 3-4pm
Place: 403 Kent Hall

Columbia University in Beijing provides a rare opportunity for advanced students to directly enroll in a broad range of courses at Tsinghua University, one of China's top institutions. 

Eligibility:
Students must have completed at least three years of college-level Chinese, preferably more, or the equivalent, and have a firm grasp of reading and writing in Chinese. Students who have completed at least two years of Chinese in heritage tracks (W track at Columbia) may also apply. 

For more information: http://ogp.columbia.edu/?go=BeijingAY 
Upcoming deadlines:   Spring 2017: October 14
                                        Fall 2017 & Academic Year 2017-18: March 15

Questions?
Interested but can’t attend? Schedule an appointment to meet with Robin Leephaibul (Robin Leephaibul Advising Calendar) or email her at rl2705@columbia.edu.