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Peatonal Cordoba Argentina
Strasbourg
Berlin World Clock and Transmission Tower
Summer Study Abroad in Granada Spain
Santander Spain, harbor

The North Carolina Consortium for Study Abroad, in cooperation with the Universidad de Cantabria, offers a fall / spring semester abroad program in Spain. Undergraduates from six North Carolina Campuses, as well as qualified students from other institutions, have the opportunity to spend a semester in the coastal city of Santander, taking classes from Spanish professors in Spanish geography, literature, art, and history. In the Department of Foreign Languages, contact:

Prof. Michael Schinasi
3309 Bate · 328-6534
schinasim@ecu.edu

Monterrey Mexico

Offerings include academic programs of study on architecture, media, communication and culture, business, politics and other fields, as well as courses in Spanish fluency and the Mexican and Hispanic experience and Hispanic culture intended for international students. More Information »»
In the Department of Foreign Languages, contact:

Prof. Paul Fallon
UNC-EP Campus Coordinator
Erwin 301 · 328-4803
fallonp@ecu.edu

ECU also has "student swap" agreements with Universidad Nacional in Heredia, Costa Rica and Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador, which our faculty recommend over the Tecnológico de Monterrey program. In the Department of Foreign Languages, contact:

Prof. Paul Fallon
Coordinator of Spanish
Erwin 301 · 328-4803
fallonp@ecu.edu

FoyerdesEtudiantesParis

For students with a high level of French. You will be partially immersed in the French language, taking classes at the Sorbonne and also classes organized by instructors from the North Carolina Consortium study abroad program in Paris, organized by UNC Wilmington. This is a semester or year-long program housed in the Foyer International des étudiantes. All participants partake in intensive French language (9 credits) in the Cours de Civilisation Française de la Sorbonne as well as Explorations in French (3 credits) at the NC program center located in the Latin Quarter. 

Tours, France

For students with a very high level of French. You will be completely immersed in French language university classes at Université François-Rabelais. This is a semester or year-long program. One hour away from Paris by train, Tours possesses an exceptional situation in the heart of the Loire Valley area. The Tours area, which boasts many beautiful castles, was praised by great French writers such as Balzac, Ronsard and Rabelais. Université François-Rabelais has an enrollment of about 22,000 (1,900 foreign students), and offers a comprehensive education in the natural and social sciences, fine arts and humanities, including the Centre d'Études Supérieures de la Renaissance, founded in 1956. The exchange is open to ECU students in any department.

Rennes, France

For students with an interest in international business; many of the classes at the Rennes International School of Business (Group École Supérieure de Commerce de Rennes) are in English. This is a semester or year-long program. Rennes is a lively student town in the Brittany region, about three hours west of Paris by train. In addition to boasting various universities, a law school and a medical school, Rennes is a town rich in cultural activities, particularly for young people, like the yearly music festival Les Transmusicales de Rennes.

Because all three of the academic year programs are extremely challenging and may not be right for all students, the French faculty recommend considering a program from ISEP. For advice, contact:

Prof. Debra Rush
Coordinator of French
3322 Bate · 328-6542
andersonde@ecu.edu

Heidelberg

All 16 campuses of the UNC System participate in a one-year or spring semester exchange with universities of SW Germany. Students can study in: Freiburg, Heidelberg, Hohenheim, Karlsruhe, Konstanz, Mannheim, Stuttgart, Tübingen, and Ulm. There is a one month pre-session language and orientation program. For more details, see our German Program website on study abroad.

Duale Hochschule

ECU students with the appropriate training in German can apply to study at the Duale Hochschule. As part of their studies, students will complete an internship in Germany with a firm such as Daimler AG, Deutsche Bank, or Siemens.

For more information, see also the German Program website on study abroad and contact:

Prof. Jill Twark
German Study Abroad Coordinator
Bate 3316 · 328-6536
twarkj@ecu.edu

ECU in St. Petersburg

During 4 weeks studying in Russia, students earn 6 sh through Saint Petersburg State University, from courses in English on Contemporary Russian Culture & Politics and the History of Russian Art and Architecture. Students are immersed in the living history of the city of Saint Petersburg, visiting world-famous sites like the Hermitage Museum, Peterhof Palace, the Marinsky Theater and the Dostoevsky Museum. Students engage the local community through 1-2 volunteering events and meetings with Russian university students. The estimated cost of the program is $3,500 excluding airfare and tentative program dates are May 20 - late June 20, contact:

Prof. Justin Wilmes
Bate 3310 · 328-6045
wilmesj15@ecu.edu
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Certaldo Italy

Earn 12 - 15 credits in Italy while living in beautiful apartments and using our classrooms in Certaldo Alto, a beautiful medieval village, just 1 hour from Florence and Siena. Classes are offered in a variety of disciplines and may include Italian language, Creative Writing, Film, and Literature, Communication, Art History, Ceramics, Painting, Photography, Book Arts and Jewelry Design. Join fellow ECU classmates taking ECU courses in our beautiful classroom facility in Tuscany. Price includes lodging/ utilities, meals on school nights, field trips, a semester break program to the Amalfi Coast and Pompeii, trains, boats and buses. 

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