Spring Study Abroad in Cambodia

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Asia Study Abroad Program in Business (ASAP)

Join the Asia Summer Abroad Program (ASAP), a full-semester study abroad experience that caters to business minors/majors who are interested in international business. Students gain opportunities to experience invaluable company visits that will allow them to gain insight into local cultures and business, and create a professional network. Through this traveling program, students can earn 1...

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TEAN: Thailand and Cambodia Semester

TEAN's South East Asia Comparative Semester offers endless opportunities for growth and adventure in two of the most exciting and diverse countries in the world - Thailand and Cambodia. The first two months of the semester are spent in Chiang Mai, the cultural heart of Thailand. Following a three-day orientation, students study at Chiang Mai University with professors from all over the region w...

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Mekong Semester: Life Along the River

From its sacred headwaters in the Tibetan Plateau, the Mekong River flows 4,800-km towards the South China Sea, cleaving a boundary between Myanmar, Laos and Thailand, and coursing into the heart of mainland Southeast Asia. To the Tibetans, the Upper Mekong is a powerful spiritual entity. To the Chinese, the river is a means of economic development. By focusing on the interdependency of people ...

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Southeast Asia Semester - Thailand, Cambodia & Vietnam

Participants in our Southeast Asia program get to travel to three exotic countries, namely Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand. They get the chance to experience the warm hospitality this part of the world is known for. To return the favor, they can give back to the communities through service learning projects that include assisting in an orphanage, teaching English, and helping build a community ...

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Study Abroad + Volunteer Service: Cambodia and Thailand

The countries of S.E. Asia are as different as they are similar and IPSL students have a unique opportunity to live, study and serve in TWO important SE Asian countries, Thailand and Cambodia, in ONE study abroad and service-learning program! Interesting courses and hands-on service-learning experiences in IPSL's S.E. Asian Comparative Studies (SEACS) program will enrich your understanding of t...

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Southeast Asia Gap Year Semester | Pacific Discovery

Who do you want to be in the world? Join Pacific Discovery for a life-changing, overland journey through the cultural heart of Southeast Asia: Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. On the Southeast Asia Semester, participants will travel in a fun, safe, and supportive small group with two experienced international instructors to facilitate and mentor the experience. Participants will get in...

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Gilman International Scholarship

The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program aims to diversify the kinds of students who study and intern abroad and the countries and regions where they go by offering scholarships to U.S. undergraduates who might otherwise not participate due to financial constraints. Each year, the program supports over 2,000 students participating in Fall, Spring, Academic Year or Summer study ...

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Cambodia: Service Learning and Independent Studies

Jointly run by Global Service Corps and the University at Albany, this program provides a unique opportunity for students to have a true intercultural experience through living and working with the people of Cambodia. Students gain hands-on community service project experience while living and working with local people.

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Conservation, Ethics, and Environmental Change in Cambodia

The School for Field Studies (SFS) program in Cambodia gives students an understanding of the complexity of Cambodia’s struggle to balance biodiversity, development, and human needs. Through coursework, field excursions, and Directed Research, students focus on conservation, environmental ethics, and rural livelihoods by studying the interface between livelihoods and the environment, assessing ...