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Center for Sustainability and the Environment
Wells offers several semester-long study abroad programs with affiliate universities:
University of Tasmania in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, offers curriculum focused on developing multidisciplinary knowledge and skills, as well as global perspective and social responsibility. UTAS has particular strengths in zoology, geography and environmental studies, and marine and Antarctic science.
Galen University in San Ignacio, Belize, has particular strengths in archaeology, anthropology, and sustainable development, but offers a wide range of courses including business and tourism. A semester in Belize offers students the opportunity to live in a nation rich in cultural diversity in a semi-tropical and coastal environment.
A defining feature of the program offered through the Universidad Latinoamericana de Ciencia y Tecnología in San José, Costa Rica, is a required internship for all students. . Course offerings in English include business, education, environmental studies, Latin American studies, law, and history. All students will be placed in an unpaid 3-credit hour internship at a Costa Rica-based company, NGO, or other organization for the duration of the semester.
Freie Universität Berlin FU-BEST Program
Located in the heart of Berlin, the Freie Universität Berlin FU-BEST Program combines courses offered in English on German/European politics, history, sociology, philosophy, film, business, environmental studies, economics, music, and art history with semi-intensive study of German.
University College Cork (UCC) offers a unique and enriching study abroad experience. A comprehensive range of course offerings in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and sciences is available to students. The program is of particular interest to students majoring in the biological, chemical, physical, environmental, mathematical, or computer sciences.
In addition, our affiliation with the School for Field Studies School for Field Studies allows selected students to learn about environmental issues first-hand and to participate as a member of a team helping to solve a particular environmental problem. Semester-long opportunities are available at a number of field sites in Australia, Central America, South America, Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean.
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