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Study public policy, planning and development in the Southern European island nation of Malta, a island nation known for its warm and hospitable Mediterranean climate, unique history at the crossroads of Asia, Europe and Northern Africa. Students will also enjoy the rich culture, scenic coastal and marine environment, modern and ancient architecture side by side.
Based at University of Malta, you’ll interact with the university community, government officials, US interests operating in the country and multilateral representatives of the European Union, the Commonwealth and others as you study contemporary policy issues related to Malta's island character. In addition, you’ll learn about environmental and energy issues, geography and physical planning and economic development through visits to various government offices, natural and historical heritage sites, local business and industry operations. This winter session program typically takes a variety of excursions including the local markets, indigenous villages, cultural shows and marine expeditions.
Students reside in double and single rooms in the university campus dormitories, with breakfast and lunch provided and group dinner excursions to enjoy local cuisine arranged.
Whether you’re interested in the governance dynamics of the smallest member of the European Union, impact of climate change or refugee migration to the island or sightseeing detail in a place where ancient civilizations of three continents met and still do, the Winter Session in Malta is your chance to experience mediterranean culture.
To apply for this program, visit: https://international.udel.edu/DB/PUB_Program.aspx?Pgm=2798
The course offered on this study abroad program is UAPP424 – Comparative Public Policy (3 credits).
Study in the heart of Europe for 2.5 weeks as we explore in the beautiful city of Budapest, Hungary. We will compare public policy between Hungary and U.S., focusing on a variety of common policy themes - from education to health and social issues. Learning how to compare policy across different nations will give you a deeper understanding of what drives government decision-making, on both a national and global scale. This is especially true in a country that has gone through such dramatic political change in the past 100 years - from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, through WWII and Communism, and now as a member of the EU.
While studying in the capital city of Budapest, you will have an opportunity to meet (and interview) local Hungarians, and we will share a meal and discussion with local students. We will tour historic and cultural sites, visit the Terror Museum, and learn about life behind the Iron Curtain. To enrich our understanding of health and social issues, we'll spend an afternoon at the Szechenyi baths, do a service project with a local non-profit, and learn to cook a Hungarian dish. Students will also have several free days to explore the city.
Our program will be housed in a 4-star apartment hotel in the center of downtown (two blocks from the Opera House), with easy access to the Metro, and within a 5 minute walk of our classroom. Students share double or triple rooms, and each apartment has a full kitchen. Breakfast is included daily, and several group lunches and dinners will be a part of the program. Students are responsible for the remainder of their meals.
The Budapest UAPP program is your opportunity to explore a fascinating region of the world with a rich history, culture, and future. Whether you are interested in public policy, political science, history, or Central and Eastern Europe in general, this program will provide a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Contact information: Dr. Tóth firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply for the program visit: https://international.udel.edu/DB/PUB_Program.aspx?Pgm=2771
Intern, live, and study is the heart of the nation's capital for the Spring Semester!
The Spring Semester in Washington, D.C. Program is a partnership among the Institute for Public Administration, the Joseph R. Biden School of Public Policy and Administration, the Department of Political Science, and the Institute for Global Studies. The program gives undergraduate students the opportunity to live in the heart of Washington, D.C. for the spring semester while interning in a placement of their choice. The internship constitutes six-credit hours (UAPP 300 or POSC 464) with another six credits provided for in-classroom experiences.
The in-classroom courses are taught in partnership with the Colin Powell School of Public Policy at the City College of New York (CCNY), which runs an identical program. Both in-classroom courses are a combination of University of Delaware and CCNY students. The first three-credit, in-classroom class is the Washington Policy Practicum (UAPP 433 or POSC 483), which is taught by Professor Mike Donilon of the Biden Institute. The second is Power, Inequality, and Social Policy (UAPP/POSC 467) and is taught by Professor Jon Cardinal of CCNY.
UD Academic Enrichment Award Program: Undergraduate and graduate students may apply for the UD Academic Enrichment Award Program, which provides opportunities for legacy students (a student who has a verifiable parent or step-parent who is a UD graduate) to enrich their education at the University through financial assistance.
Additional Scholarships: Students are encouraged to
explore scholarship resources to help pay for college. These include a select number of UD
endowments, an external scholarship listing, and scholarship search
Biden School Scholarships: The Biden School offers scholarships for graduate study abroad programs. Information about these scholarships can be provided by the faculty member leading the specific study abroad. These awards are for graduate students only.
For more information about Biden School's graduate study abroad programs, please contact email@example.com