STUDY ABROAD

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Have you been dragging your feet on the way to class lately? Do you daydream about rattling off phrases flawlessly in another language, or doing research at a field station deep in the middle of the rainforest? There’s a reason that students who study abroad can’t stop talking about it. Spending time abroad not only fulfills academic goals, but also lets you experience a new culture, language, and environment. Nailing down all the details can seem overwhelming, but lucky for you, we’re here to help!

College Of Liberal Arts

Nicholls Study Abroad

NICHOLLS STUDY ABROAD – SUMMER 2021
July 16th – August 1

The Nicholls Department of Art conducts its annual European Study Abroad summer program in a different area of Europe each June. College students of all majors, high school juniors and seniors, and interested community members are eligible to participate. Each trip concentrates on the art, culture and history of one to three European countries. Up to six hours of credit may be earned in various courses by undergraduate and graduate students as well as high school juniors and seniors.

CONTACT
Jean Donegan, M.F.A.
Interim Dean College of Liberal Arts,
Distinguished Service Professor,
Lorio Endowed Professor of Fine Arts,
Director Nicholls Study Abroad
jean.donegan@nicholls.edu

Phone: 985.448.4390

St. Petersburg, Moscow, the Hermitage Museum, Peter and Paul Fortress, Red Square, the Kremlin, St. Issac’s Cathedral, Novodevichy Convent and more!

Experience some of the most renowned sites that
St.Petersburg and Moscow have to offer. Historic and
Legendary Architecture, Astounding Palaces, World
class museums, fascinating history, great food, unique
shopping and time for personal exploration, all
combine to make this an adventure you will
remember for a lifetime.

DOWNLOAD THE PDF BROCHURE FOR MORE INFO HERE!

CONTACT
Jean Donegan, M.F.A.
Interim Dean College of Liberal Arts,
Distinguished Service Professor,
Lorio Endowed Professor of Fine Arts,
Director Nicholls Study Abroad
jean.donegan@nicholls.edu

Phone: 985.448.4390

Nicholls Europe, Louisiana’s second-oldest international study program, provides students and community members an opportunity to travel and study in England, Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark and the Czech Republic. The 17-day program, held each June, offers an up-close and personal study of art, drama, architecture, government and history. Students of all majors may earn undergraduate or graduate credit in history, humanities and art courses.

CONTACT
James Barnidge, Director
james.barnidge@nicholls.edu

238 Peltier Hall
Phone: 985.448.4460

Kathy Dugas
kathy.dugas@nicholls.edu

238 Peltier Hall
Phone: 985.448.4460

WORLD WAR II STUDY PROGRAM

The Nicholls Department of History has partnered with the National World War II Museum to immerse students in the experience that soldiers had during the D-day invasion. After two days spent at the New Orleans museum, students will enjoy a unique-six-day experience in Normandy, France. Meeting locals and visiting private castles are also included in the journey. Participants are eligible to receive three hours of university credit and will leave with a deeper understanding of the Normandy invasion and World War II.

CONTACT
Dr. Paul Wilson, Department Head
paul.wilson@nicholls.edu
207 Peltier Hall
Phone: 985.448.4463

College Of BUSINESS

COSTA RICA SUMMER PROGRAM

Through the College of Business Administration, students can experience globalization first-hand during the Study Abroad in Costa Rica program held each May. Participants spend 10 days interacting with local business professionals, enjoying the local culture and earning up to six hours of credit. The group tours several American and Costa Rican companies and gains an increased awareness of cultural differences in business. The program is open to students who are 21 years or older, meet course prerequisites and are enrolled for the summer session.

CONTACT:
Dr. Mike Chiasson, Department Head
michael.chiasson@nicholls.edu
151 Powell Hall
Phone: 985.448.4173

The College of Business Administration’s study abroad program in China offers first-hand experience in one of the most exciting countries in the world. As the world’s second-largest economy, one of the fastest-growing superpowers, the fastest-growing telecommunications market and United States’ largest trading partner, China is a unique learning opportunity for business students. The country is also rich in history, culture, culinary adventures and entertainment. The understanding and experience in China will enable business students to compete more effectively in today’s global economy.

Be prepared to be amazed by our trip to China’s largest cities in 10 days. Students will tour multinational corporations, visit the Great Wall, taste authentic Chinese food and shop at the Silk Alley, among many other activities.

CONTACT:
Dr. En Mao, Associate Professsor
en.mao@nicholls.edu
132 Powell Hall
Phone: 985.449.7024

university honors program

HONORS ABROAD – ENGLAND

Honors Abroad – England, held between each spring semester and summer session, allows students to experience cultural immersion by living on the University of Plymouth campus. Participants visit historical sites such as London, Bath, Stonehenge, the British Museum, Tintagel and the Globe Theater. Students earn six hours of credit in Humanities 381. The program is open to members of the University Honors Program at Nicholls who are in good standing, who are committed to completing the Honors Program and who meet specific academic criteria.

CONTACT:
Brigett Scott, PhD RD LDN
brigett.scott@nicholls.edu

111 Gouaux Hall
Phone: 985.448.7124

HONORS ABROAD – COSTA RICA

Honors Abroad – Costa Rica, held between fall and spring semesters, allows students to experience the natural history and culture of one of the world’s most environmentally diverse regions. Participants visit the Atlantic and Pacific coastlines, volcanic plains, rain forests and cultural institutions. Students earn six hours of credit in Humanities 481. The program is open to members of the University Honors Program at Nicholls who are in good standing, who are committed to completing the Honors Program and who meet specific academic criteria.

CONTACT:
Brigett Scott, PhD RD LDN
brigett.scott@nicholls.edu

111 Gouaux Hall
Phone: 985.448.7124

Chef John Folse Culinary Institute

Senior-level students who excel in both culinary skills and academics are selected to participate in a four-month training session in cuisine, restaurant management and wine selection at the Institut Paul Bocuse in Lyon, France. During the summer program, students explore a variety of traditional and modern French cooking techniques. They will earn three hours of externship credit and may complete additional assignments to earn another three hours of credit in Regional French Cuisine.

CONTACT:
John Kozar, Department Head
john.kozar@nicholls.edu
103 Ledet Hall
Phone: 985-493-2711