Seminar Programs

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UC Davis Seminars Abroad

Seminars Abroad are focused learning opportunities typically offered in September, June or during winter break. UC Davis faculty lead students through UC Davis courses enhanced by field trips, onsite projects and group activities. Programs may be a stand-alone course or an onsite component for a course taught during the regular term on campus. Programs are around two weeks and students receive 2-6 UC Davis units.

2020 PROGRAMS

Sidebar Photo, UC Davis Study Abroad, Seminars Abroad, Antarctica ProgramEcology in Antarctica (NEW)

This experience will introduce students to the history and future of Earth’s most remote habitat and its role in exploration, art, and scientific research.

 

Sidebar Photo, UC Davis Study Abroad, Seminars Abroad, Chile and Peru ProgramHuman Rights and Democracy in Chile & Peru (NEW)

Experience the vibrancy, cultural offerings, and culinary fame of two very different Latin American capitals while connecting with local youth fighting for truth, justice, and democracy.

 

Sidebar Photo, UC Davis Study Abroad, Seminars Abroad, Oaxaca ProgramOaxacalifornia—Multiethnicity and Migration

During Winter break, visit Oaxaca, a city of rich culture, multiple languages and ethnic groups, and examine how global socioeconomic and political forces are shaping a rural population.

 

Sidebar Photo, UC Davis Study Abroad, Seminars Abroad, Water ProgramWater Management in a Mega-City (NEW)

Explore Mexico City as you learn about water supply management from ancient times (Pre-Aztec civilization) through current day strategies and policies.

 

Sidebar Photo, UC Davis Study Abroad, Seminars Abroad, Poland ProgramEquine Welfare and Management in Poland

Immerse yourself in Polish culture and visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites while visiting various horse management facilities in Poland.

 

Sidebar Photo, UC Davis Study Abroad, Seminars Abroad, Italy ProgramRome—Art and the City

A world capital for over 2000 years, Rome has the greatest historical range of art and architecture of any major city.