Program Overview
This program provides an opportunity for students to study how the history, geo--politics, and education systems have informed Belize's development as a contemporary Latin American society. This nine-day trip includes visits to Mayan ruins and other cultural immersion sites. The group will also visit three schools.

Course Information
EDU 492/592 (3 credits)

Dates
March 14-22, 2020

Housing
Lodging planned by Study Abroad Association

Meals
Three meals each day are included in the program fee

Program Fees
$1,882 plus airfare

Eligibility Requirements/Prerequisite:  

Faculty Leader:  
Dr. Ann Ellsworth, ann.ellsworth@montana.edu 
(406) 994-5793

Application Deadline: November 29, 2019  Decision date:  December 6th

 
  • APPLY ONLINE HERE through My Global Connection.  A complete application includes: 
      • $300 Faculty Led Application Fee
      • Official Transcript
      • Acknowledgement of Faculty Led Participation and Pre-Departure Requirements
      • Additional Application Information
      • Faculty Led Application Short Essay
      • FERPA Information
      • Health History Form
      • Passport Information
      • Complete an interview with the Faculty Leader 
      • Upon program acceptance, confirm participation and complete Post-Acceptance Application Materials in My Global Connection

      Questions:
      Please contact Wendy Rivers, Faculty Led Coordinator
      wendy.rivers@montana.edu

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Language

Language of Instruction: English

Language Prerequisites: None

Requirements

Minimum GPA: 2.5

Housing

Housing Options: Lodgings

Program

Program Type: Faculty Led

Subjects Available

Deadline:
  November 29, 2019