Rhodes Programs Abroad

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Whether you′re looking for a Fall or Summer program, Rhodes may offer just what you looking for.  Be sure to review our Policy Pages for the academic and other policies that accompany these programs.

Rhodes′ Fall Semester Program: European Studies

This program is in its 26th year and is truly a remarkable, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.  All eligible Title IV Campus-Based AND Non-Campus-Based Financial Aid is portable for this program.  Credits earned are treated as Rhodes credit.  Read more about it
 

Rhodes Summer Programs 2015

(Updated November 18, 2014)

When planning your spring 2015 class schedule, take into consideration Rhodes College Summer Off-Campus Study Programs.  All Rhodes summer programs are conducted on a rolling admission basis and may close before the application deadline (December 1 for scholarship applicants; February 15 for non-scholarship applicants). Early submission (before December) is encouraged.

Applications must include a $500 non-refundable deposit payable by check.  Cost estimates are based on a minimum number of applicants and most do not include international airfare.  To apply, visit the Online Portal for Off-Campus Study and search for the courses by name.

On a Rhodes Summer Program, students can expect to be abroad or on a domestic off-campus program with their peers and faculty from Rhodes, taking Rhodes courses.  Rhodes College financial aid is not available for these programs; however, there are scholarships for which students may apply. 

These are particularly challenging times, given the world situation. It is important to us that you understand what we do to enhance the safety of our students and staff. We survey information from a host of resources including government agencies, international organizations, and our own network of contacts.

 

In the case of a crisis situation emerging in a location where Rhodes students are or will be taking part in College-sanctioned international activities, Rhodes will strive to make an informed and rational decision on continuing or cancelling the international program in question in consultation with all relevant parties according to a mutually agreed timeframe.

Our Off-Campus Summer Programs 2015 Are Below!

  1. Biology 214 (2 credits plus lab, F11): Environmental Field Study in Namibia. May 14-June 4, 2015. Windhoek, Namibia.
  2. Political Science 470 (4 credits, F11): Healthy Cities: The Political Economy of Urban Policymaking. May 19-June 9. 2015. London, England and Glasgow, Scotland.
  3. Religious Studies 234 (2 credits, F11): Holocaust Travel Seminar. Dates Tentative. Cities in Poland, the Czech Republic, and Germany.
  4. Russian 100, 209 or 309 (F11 and F10 for 209): Russian in Russia. May 22-June 15, 2015. St. Petersburg, Russia.
  5. Spanish 209 or 309 (F10, F11): Spanish in Ecuador. May 15-June 14, 2015. Quito and Cuenca, Ecuador.
  6. Anthropology/Sociology 265 (4 credits, F9, F11): Sociology of Martin Luther King, Jr. in Practice. May 18-June 5, 2015. St. Augustine, Florida (USA).
  7. Environmental Studies 160 (2 credits, F11): Rocky Mountain Ecology. May 31-June 13, 2015. Jackson, Wyoming (USA).
  8. Environmental Studies 170 (4 credits, F7, F11): Rocky Mountain Ecology Field Research. May 31-June 25, 2015.  Jackson, Wyoming (USA).
  9. International Business Cases, Business in the European Union and Religion in the Low Countries. PROGRAM FILLED.

Safety

In the case of a crisis situation emerging in a location where Rhodes students are or will be taking part in College-sanctioned international activities, Rhodes will strive to make an informed and rational decision on continuing or cancelling the international program in question in consultation with all relevant parties according to a mutually agreed timeframe.