Issues in Caribbean Development: Study Abroad in Trinidad & Tobago
SPEND YOUR SPRING BREAK LEARNING MORE ABOUT CARIBBEAN DEVELOPMENT IN TRINIDAD & TOBAGO!
Students have the opportunity to earn and must be enrolled in 3 credit hours with their home institution. Students can choose from the following:
INTS 3090- Between Calypso and Carnival: Multiculturalism and Globalization in Trinidad and Tobago (3)
INTS 2090- Between Calypso and Carnival: Multiculturalism and Globalization in Trinidad and Tobago (3)
Students should possess at least a 2.5 institutional GPA at the time of application, with no active disciplinary record. All students must be fully admitted to the institution, and at least 18 years of age by the program departure date.
Dates of Program:
March 15– March 24, 2019 (Students are enrolled in the course for the entire Spring 2019 semester and will have electronic weekly meeting times and assignments prior to and following the travel dates.)
$1,638.00 (plus tuition & fees)
Includes: ; All regional and local transportation; lodging for the duration of the program; some meals and food; tour and excursion fees; and a medical travel insurance plan.
Additional Costs: Round-trip airfare to the Trinidad & Tobago; meals and food that are not covered by program cost; incidental and personal expenses.
Application and Payment Schedule:
Program Application and $400.00: Due November 26, 2018
1st Program Payment of $700.00: Due December 11, 2018
2nd Program Payment of $538.00+ $17.00 mandatory travel insurance fee: Due January 8, 2019
All payments should be made through the Georgia Southern Studies Abroad “Italian Culture, Customs, and Diet- Spring Break” Marketplace webpage.
Once accepted to the program, all deposits and program payments are non-refundable.
Have questions or need more information? Please contact:
Dr. Christopher Brown, Program Director, Department of Political Science and International Studies – firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of International Programs & Services – email@example.com
Last updated: 4/8/2019