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A group of Arcadia Students on Preview in Brazil got to shoot some hoops with non other than US born Olympic basketball player, Larry Taylor.
Students attended the Bauru professional team’s practice, where they were able to speak with Mr. Taylor about his time at the Olympics, among other things.
Dr. Douglas Turco, Associate Dean of The College of Global Studies, is accompanying them on their trip.
Program Highlight: Summer 2013 Programs!
Here at Arcadia, we’re excited to begin promoting all of our programs for Summer 2013! We have so many incredible options in loads of different locations, and we’ll be spending the next few weeks highlighting them and answering any questions you might have.
There are programs available in the following countries (click for more info!)
University of Cape Town, South Africa
Program Highlight: Welsh Assembly Internship
This program, based in Cardiff and London, is offered in cooperation with Study Abroad Swansea, which provides housing and additional academic support while students are in Wales.
The first two weeks of the program take place at the Arcadia London Center and consist of four hours of instruction per day divided between two core modules, WELI PSUK 340 Devolution in the UK - A Disunited Kingdom? and WELI PSUK 342 Postwar British Politics Each course continues in a weekly online format after students begin their placements, and students also must attend biweekly seminars while in Wales. Each of the core modules carries four semester hours of credit.
Upon arrival in Wales and after a brief orientation, students will be paired up with a Member of the Welsh Assembly and are required to write a political dissertation to be presented at the end of the semester. The placement experience is worth three credits, a 5,000-word academic project under the direction of an academic supervisor awards two credits, and an assessed blog awards one credit, for a total of six credits. Placements comprise four to five days per week for twelve weeks, and are unpaid.
- A GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale
- You must be in good academic standing
- You must not be on disciplinary probation
- Submit an application (which can be found here)
- Application Deadlines: Fall Semester/Academic Year: March 1. Spring Semester: October 15
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