Minority Studies in Hungary and Romania

LEXIA International
Sadie E Dworak
23 South Main Street
Hanover, NH  3755
Int'l Phone: (603)-643-9898


Europe: Hungary: Budapest, Romania: Cluj Napoca

Host Institution: Babes-Bolyai U, Eotvos Collegium, Peter Pazmany U

Dates: Sep 1-Dec 15, Feb 1-May 1

Subject: Community Service Projects, East European Studies, Economics, European Studies, Field Study, Hungarian Language, Immigration, Independent Study, Intercultural Studies, International Relations, Political Science And Politics, Romanian Language, Social Policy, Social Sciences, Student Teaching

Level: Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Graduates, Adults, Teachers, Professionals
Requires: 2.50 GPA
Age Min: 18
Age Average: 21

Undergrad Credit: Available
Undergrad: 14-16 per sem
Grad Credit: Available
Transfer Credit Through: Western Washington Univ
Document Awarded: Transcript

Overall Program Costs: Contact sponsor
Nonrefundable fee
Cost Range: Contact Sponsor For Program Costs

Instruction Language: English, Hungarian, Romanian
Format: Directed Field Study, Independent Study Format, Language Study, Lecture, Practical Training, Seminar, Student Teaching Format, Study Tour, Tutorial, Volunteer Service, Workshop
Students: US

Housing Arrangement: Arranged By Program
Housing Type: Residence Halls With Local Students

Deadline: Jun 15 for fall/acad yr; Nov 15 for spring; Apr 15 summer

Other Info:
Year Program Began: 2005
Orientation Location: Abroad
Orientation Description: in Budapest & Cluj-Napoca (3-4 days)
Activities: Cultural Events Activity, Excursions Activity, Field Trips Activity, Program Travel Activity, Sports Activity
Misc: Dynamic pgm allows the study of minority issues through multiple lenses in two sites in Central-East
Financial Aid: Scholarships