What if you could study environmental sustainability at an international university renowned for its renewable energy and environmental practices? Now you can – with the AIM Overseas Innovations in Environmental Sustainability Program at the University of Minnesota.
This 3 week program from 4th – 23rd July 2015 at the University of Minnesota offers an in-depth look at the historical, current and future contexts of environmental sustainability and the climate change solutions being implemented in Minnesota.
The Innovations in Environmental Sustainability program will give you an international perspective on environmental issues. It will introduce you to the environmental sustainability and climate change solutions being implemented in Minnesota, and gives you the opportunity to learn about traditional sustainability practices from Native American Indians.
To view the summer course syllabus prerequisites please click here.
Fees: This is a fee paying summer course. The cost of the course is $5,890 USD. Program inclusions: tuition, accommodation, airport pick-up and drop off on official arrival/departure date, most meals, site visits, AIM Overseas pre-departure service and support. Fees do not include: airfares, travel insurance and personal expenses.
To assist with traction within the Science students, AIM Overseas and the University of Minnesota is offering one $500 scholarship for a UNSW student who wishes to take part in this opportunity.
How to apply: Please visit the AIM Overseas website for the online application details. UNSW students accepted into this program must also complete the UNSW GEP Registration Form and return to email@example.com.
Credit Transfer Process: As this is a fee-paying program, students who wish to transfer credit should apply for credit transfer through Cross-Institutional Studies. If you have any questions about how this works please email firstname.lastname@example.org