Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership
Study Abroad with AECL
Students at Oklahoma State University (both undergraduate and graduate students of any major) have the opportunity to take three study abroad and travel trips in the summer of 2014 with the Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership. Click the thumbnails below to download a flier with more information about each program.
BEAUTIFUL SIGHTS. DIVERSE EXPERIENCES.
• Ag Production - Visit animal, crop, and fruit farms and food processing facilities
• Natural Resources - Visit rainforests and other natural resources
• Wildlife Conservation - Learn about steps being taken to protect the Kiwi bird
• Culture and Business - Learn about the Aborigine and Maori cultures, visit Sydney, and experience a booming agri-tourism industry.
• Cairns, Australia
• Great Barrier Reef (full day)
• Sydney, Australia
• Hamilton, New Zealand
• Rotorua, New Zealand
Estimated program cost:
$4,500 - $5,000 and $299/credit hour tuition
• All airfare & land transportation
• All housing
• Every activity on itinerary
• Some meals
SPEND TWO WEEKS IN THE HEART OF EUROPE
Come with us to Prague, Czech Republic to learn about this historic city and the surrounding area of Central Europe. This adventure will take you to historic cathedrals, amazing castles, beautiful chateaus, and famous breweries. You’ll also see classic architecture and significant World War II sites. The program will also focus on how the agricultural industries of the region have adapted during the post-communist period. Added features include a weekend trip to Krakow, Poland and a free, long weekend for a personal or small group excursion to places like Berlin, Budapest, London, Paris, Rome, Salzburg, or Venice!
The last week of May and the first week of June 2014
All OSU students from ANY major and class level
• $1,000 course fee (includes accommodation, meals and ground transportation)
• Approximately $1,000 for airfare
• Scholarships are available
Dr. Rob Terry
THE NILE RIVER. WILDLIFE. AGRICULTURAL SITES.
THE EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME
Known as the Pearl of Africa, Uganda has received accolades as the best tourism destination in 2012. Uganda offers a unique mix of agriculture and natural resources as well as a plethora of wildlife and a rich culture. Students will visit agricultural operations, including those producing tea, sugar cane, rice, corn, livestock and/or poultry, and will visit sites like the Nile River and Queen Elizabeth National Park. They also will enjoy ethnic foods, visit educational and service agencies, and network with Ugandan entrepreneurs.
July 7 – July 20 (roughly)
Estimated program costs
• $897 tuition
• Airfare to and from Entebbe, Uganda
• Maximum $400 in other fees
CID for enrollment
Dr. Shelly Sitton