Cazenovia College students are invited to expand their college experience by taking advantage of international study opportunities. Study abroad opportunities are currently offered in Costa Rica, England, and Italy. These programs range in duration from a couple of weeks to an entire semester.
The river that flows through Canterbury and the city's numerous parks, such as Dane John Gardens, provide countryside-like getaways within the city. Canterbury is also home to great shopping both in the award-winning Whitefriars Shopping Centre and in the historic King's Mile district. Canterbury's weekly markets and wealth of cafes and pubs offer students the opportunity to savor local customs. Students can easily extend their cultural and historical learning experience beyond Canterbury as London, with its transportation hubs, is less than an hour away by train.
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Monteverde, Costa Rica
This lush green setting gives students access to the ideal classroom for learning about the conservation, natural history, and sustainability of the rain forest and the people who live and work in this environment. Students will also have the opportunity to conduct research that involves reforestation and stream sampling fieldwork, and other activities involving birds, tropical biology, and animal behavior.
Additional activities will include taking Spanish classes, learning Costa Rican cooking, visiting a women’s traditional crafts and arts cooperative, observing wildlife and birds -- such as the rare Resplendent Quetzal, and visiting a coffee plantation. Various cultural and rain forest canopy activities, including 2 or 3 days on the Pacific coast, are also part of the program.
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Eiffel Tower. Seine. Palais Royal. Pont des Arts. Louvre. L'Arc de Triomphe. Montmartre.
Visitors to Paris have these sites, and others, on their long lists of places to see. As part of their coursework, Cazenovia College students saw them as well, but as more than the casual tourist.
Students studied these sites, as well as shops, streets, markets, people and the city environment as a whole, trying to decipher the messages they send and why.
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More information will be made available during the fall 2014 semester.