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Faculty-Led Programs

Our faculty-led programs are designed to give you the best of both worlds—international exploration coupled with classroom experiences that inform and enhance your travels.

Upcoming Trips

May 14 - 22, 2019 • FROM BAUHAUS TO KUNSTHAUS: MODERNISM IN BERLIN
Bauhaus building in Dessau, Germany
Bauhaus building in Dessau, Germany

Description

Faculty Leader: Dr. Chris Balaschak

2019 is the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Bauhaus school. In its brief 14-year existence, the Bauhaus inspired many core tenants of modern visual culture: the breaking down of barriers between fine art, architecture, and design; the movement toward prefabricated materials, and lack of ornamentation; art education as holistic rather than specialized.

This course will study the work of the Bauhaus school, and its influence on modern art, by visiting important architectural, archival, and museum sites in Berlin and Dessau, Germany.

Cost

$2500 + Tuition & Airfare

Course Prerequisities

Students who participate in any Flagler College study abroad program must have attempted 24 institutional hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA or above.

Contact

To learn more, contact Dr. Chris Balaschak at CBalaschak@flagler.edu.

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June 1 - 11, 2019 • WWII: “THE FALL OF NAZI GERMANY”
Sunset skyline in Berlin, Germany
Sunset skyline in Berlin, Germany

Description

Faculty Leader: Dr. Mike Butler

World War II: “The Fall of Nazi Germany" is a Study Abroad program that allows students to study the conflict from the 1944 Battle of the Bulge through the 1945 fall of Berlin from numerous perspectives.

During the 11-day tour, the class will visit the several sites in Berlin, Nuremberg, Munich, Potsdam, and Dachau - to name a few! Imagine learning about the infamous Nuremberg Party rallies and visiting the very grounds where they occurred or walking the actual battlefields of the Ardennes forest.

These experiences and many like them will bring history to life for all participants, which make the program a once-in-a-lifetime cultural and educational experience for Flagler students.

Cost

$4670 + Tuition

Course Prerequisities

Students who participate in any Flagler College study abroad program must have attempted 24 institutional hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA or above.

Contact

To learn more, contact Dr. Mike Butler at MButler1@Flagler.edu.

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June 17 - 24, 2019 • BERMUDA: SHIPWRECK ECOLOGY
Student scuba dives around shipwreck
Student scuba dives around shipwreck

Description

Faculty Leaders: Prof. Barbara Blonder & Dr. Terri Seron

Students will spend the majority of the week in Bermuda using snorkeling and/or scuba diving to explore and study pristine coral reefs and shipwrecks. Shipwreck Ecology will provide the opportunity to undertake authentic underwater research by allowing students to choose their own research topic. Exploration and comparisons of different coral reefs and shipwrecks will provide the foundation for research questions. Main topics will include reef fish and coral abundance and diversity.

When not underwater, students will spend a great deal of time with Flagler partner institution, the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo. They will also spend every minute that we can exploring the unique island of Bermuda, by hiking and swimming in underground caves and taking in the cultural dance and music of the Gombeys.

Cost

$5,100 including airfare, 7 nights accommodation at Grotto Bay Resort, all food, scuba diving/snorkeling and rental equipment, boat trips, and all activities.  Tuition is not included.

Course Prerequisities

This course is open to all students who have taken 1 NAS course & you do not need to be scuba certified. This course will satisfy a Field Science course requirement for the new Biology Minor!

Contact

To learn more, contact Dr. Terri Seron at TSeron@flagler.edu.

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July 1 - 16, 2019 • HOSPITALITY, VOCATION AND YOUTH MINISTRY IN TAIZÉ, FRANCE
Countryside scenery in France
Countryside scenery in France

Description

Faculty Leader: Prof. Justin Forbes

In today’s wildly divisive culture there is much to be learned about practicing hospitality and welcome for “the other.” The Taizé community has created a safe space to experience this type of hospitality as they welcome people from all over the world with different ethnic, religious, social and political backgrounds.

Students will explore themes of hospitality as related to culture, youth ministry, nature, etc., but more importantly they will be able to experience this hospitality by participating in the monastic order of the Brother’s of Taizé. Students will engage in workshops, attend guest lectures by the Brothers, and participate in the life of the community alongside the Brothers and other attendees.

Cost

$3500 + Tuition & Airfare
Scholarship funds are available

Course Prerequisities

Students who participate in any Flagler College study abroad program must have attempted 24 institutional hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA or above.

Contact

To learn more, contact Prof. Justin Forbes at JForbes@Flagler.edu. You can also contact Ms. Mary Scine at MScine@flagler.edu.

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Contact Us

Have questions? Email the International Center.

internationalcenter@flagler.edu