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University of Alberta Short-term Study Abroad (Jan-Feb)
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; (Outgoing Program)
Summer (Dec - Feb)
|Partner University Homepage:||Click to visit|
|Restrictions:||Sydney applicants only|
|Language/s:||English||Short-term Type:||Coursework, Cultural Experiences|
|Short-term Duration:||2-3 weeks|
(2018 program details not yet available)
University of Alberta Short-term Study Abroad
International Winter Program
|Location||Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
|Program description||The International Winter Program provides students with the opportunity to experience campus life at one of Canada's top universities, combining professional development, cross-cultural communication, and cultural studies, as well as a variety of exciting extra curricular activities.
Highlights of the program include:
|Program dates||23 January - 10 February 2017
|Application deadline||14 November 2016
|Eligibility criteria||In order to be considered for the International Summer Program, applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria:
|Host Institution Academic Credit||The academic program will consist of at least 40 contact hours. A letter of participation confirming actual contact hours will be presented to each participant.
|University of Sydney
Credit / Not-for-credit
|Please contact your faculty office with the below form to submit an application for credit. Participation in any study abroad program does not guarantee credit and will require faculty assessment of individual applications-for-credit.
Arts and Social Sciences
|Language||Classes are instructed in English.
|Fees and scholarships
||2016 Program fee: CAD$3,800 for individual registration.
Scholarship available: AUD$1,000 (merit-based, application required)
OS-HELP loans may be available to eligible students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place where the program is approved for credit prior to departure. Application required.
|About the university||The University of Alberta:
||The capital of Alberta province, Edmonton is a pleasant mid-sized city of less than 1 million people located on the North Saskatchewan River. A cultural, government and education centre, it hosts year-round festivals and is home to Canada’s largest living history museum and North America’s largest mall.
|Contact for more information||Miss Xiao Zhang
Cohort Programs Coordinator, Visiting Student Programs
University of Alberta International