INFO SESSION 9/18/13 in 1001 Huff Hall at 2pm!
The College of ACES still has space available for the Spring 2014 semester programs in Sierra Leone on Global Health, Nutrition, Water and Sanitation & International Development and Agribusiness. Deadline is October 1, 2014. This program is open to all majors on campus!
· The International Development and Agribusiness Spring 2014 Semester Program offers coursework focusing on agribusiness management and economic development, service learning experiences, and opportunities for collaboration with students from Njala University. This program includes an internship with a commercial agribusiness, an agribusiness-related NGO, or a farmer cooperative. This semester abroad is suitable for students with interests in Agribusiness Management, African Studies, Agricultural Economics, Economics, Global Studies, or International Business.
· The Global Health: Nutrition, Water and Sanitation Spring 2014 Semester Program offers coursework focusing on nutrition and health, service learning experiences, and opportunities for collaboration with Njala students. Following the completion of courses, students will intern at a health clinic, a nutrition-oriented NGO, or an environmental research lab. This program should be of interest to students studying, Community Health, Nutrition, African Studies, Global Studies, Pre-Med and Pre-Vet.
All ACES Sierra Leone courses are taught in English, and all courses have been pre-approved for UIUC credit hours. The application deadline for the Semester Programs is October 1, 2013. For more information or to apply, visit www.studyabroad.illinois.edu > Program Search > Sierra Leone or contact Dr. Paul McNamara firstname.lastname@example.org or Oliver Ferguson email@example.com.