The demise of the Communist Bloc years ago uncovered a need to understand psychology in Central Europe and the salient social issues that have ensued, such as competing national narratives, the treatment of national minorities and more recently the influx of immigrants. This study abroad course gives students hands on experience in global psychology right in the center of Europe!

Dates

  • 02/28/2020 to 03/08/2020

Inclusions

  • Ground transportation
  • Public Transportation Passes and Intra-city train
  • All meals are included each day
  • Guides
  • Admission fees, where applicable
  • 2 company/NGO visits and 1 guest lecture
  • Embedded medical insurance
  • 24/7 emergency support
  • Country guidebook and pre-travel docs
  • Round-trip long-haul air
  • Gratuities

Info Session

Where: Acad 106

When: September 30 2019, 7:00 pm

Learn more about this program at our upcoming info session!

Meet the Faculty

Erin Ambrose

Associate Professor of Psychology
Erin Ambrose, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Psychology. She is passionate about introducing students to the field of psychology and mentoring them as they find their life’s calling. Erin is an international speaker and has taught a variety of classes on psychology and relationship issues in different parts of the world. Erin’s international work has spurred her interest in global psychology and she currently provides leadership for Jessup’s International Psychology concentration. In addition to teaching at WJU, Erin is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist working with couples, individuals and teens.

Scholarships and Financial Assistance

WorldStrides is committed to making international travel accessible for students. To find out how to apply for $500 in need-based assistance or our merit-based $3,000 Higher Education Traveler Scholarship, click here.

FAQ

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