|Submission Date||June 30, 2017|
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Office of Sustainability
UF offers study abroad opportunities in sustainability through departments on campus and collaborations with other universities, including Costa Rica (Sustainable Agriculture and Development), Curitaba, Brazil (Urban Planning), Belize (Wildlife Ecology & Conservation in the Tropics), Swaziland (Wildlife Ecology), New Zealand (Biodiversity and Conservation), North Queensland (Sustaining Humans and their Environment), New Zealand (Adventure Tourism and Recreation), and Fiji (Sustaining Humans and their Environments).
Florida Alternative Breaks (FAB) offers the opportunity to do service in a location outside of Gainesville while learning about a particular issue in-depth and creating lasting friendships with your fellow trip members. Although participation in a FAB trip is very rewarding, it also requires commitment and dedication from all involved. Sample topics includes Sustainable Agriculture, Homelessness and Nutrition, and Environmental Preservation, among many other topics.
UF students can also get transfer credits for Sustainability Study Abroad Programs from a number of organizations offering a wide variety of programs.
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