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Study Abroad Bis2A 2017

Biomedical Science Courses & Degrees


Biomedical science is an exciting new field with great opportunity for a challenging career. However most students seeking higher education are still unaware of this upcoming field. To those seeking a career in the field of human biology or seeking a laboratory based career with interest in research obtaining a degree in Biomedical Science would be a monumental gain in achieving life goals. Biomedical sciences are made up of many disciplines such as biochemistry, microbiology, Hematology, Anatomy and physiology.

We bring you Biomedical Science Degree and Diploma study programs offered by National Universities and by Private Educational Institutes in Sri Lanka. Some Institutes offer local UGC accredited degrees whereas some Private Institutes offer Foreign degrees.


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Global Mountaineers

Use your education abroad experiences to help earn a Global Mountaineers Certificate in Global Competency!

Coronavirus affects Spring Exchange Programs

The Office of Global Affairs has announced the cancellation of both incoming and outgoing exchange programs for the spring semester of 2021.

Semester Exchange Programs

WVU Exchanges Programs offer the most traditional and economical way to study abroad. Participants pay their regular WVU tuition and fees to enroll at one of WVU's partner universities for a semester, or year.

Why Study Abroad

Study abroad is a transformative and life changing experience learn about the reasons and benefits of studying abroad.

Getting Started

This step-by-step guide will help you navigate the study abroad process, application, and offer useful resources.

Program Search

The Program Search lists all programs available to WVU students. Programs are listed by country, term, length, and program type.

Peyton Cotter | Tokyo, Japan

Peyton is a sophomore International Business Management student. For the 2019 summer, she pursued an international internship with Flip Productions in Tokyo. The two month internship led her to discover that joining the workforce in Asia is her ultimate career goal. Click below to learn more about Peyton's experience and her travels abroad.

Gillian Wanosky | Japan and South Korea

Gillian is a Journalism student with the WVU Reed College of Media. During her 2019 Summer break, Gillian traveled with the Reed College for the Japan and South Korea: Far East Culture, Technology, and Mass Communications program. Click below to learn more about her travels abroad!

Christina White | Honduras & Williamson, WV

Christina is a Senior Biology and International Studies Major at WVU. During the spring of 2019, Christina traveled to Honduras with the WVU Global Medical and Dental Brigades. Her travels then took her to Williamson, WV in Fall 2019. Click below to learn more about her adventures!


Study Abroad in the Azores Islands (Summer 2017)

A 3 week, 3-credit course for students of all disciplines who are interested in environmental studies and island ecology. The course will include a substantial field component and introduce the geology, biology, and oceanography of this unique biogeographic zone consisting of volcanic islands and the surrounding marine environment. Designed for students of any major, with no prerequisites, small group projects will allow students with different levels of scientific preparation to work on simpler or more complex projects to challenge themselves. Taught in English at the main campus of University of the Azores in Ponta Delgada on the island of São Miguel, it is designed to complement the concurrent course Azorean History, Literature and Culture. Portuguese language training is also available at beginner and intermediate levels.

The Azores are lush, volcanic islands located on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge in open ocean waters between Portugal and the United States and provide an astonishing variety of interesting environments in a small region, including exposed and protected rocky and sandy beaches, shallow and deep waters, hydrothermal features, coastal plains and steep volcanic slopes with dense forests. The islands have been called the “Galapagos of the Atlantic”, harbor a number of endemic species, and are a good model system for teaching concepts of adaptation, biogeography, and biodiversity, as well as geology and plate tectonics. Lead instructor Dr. Erik Zettler has done research and taught field courses in oceanography, biology, and geology for over 20 years and this program will also incorporate local experts from the faculty at University of the Azores. In addition to lectures and discussions, the program will incorporate numerous field trips to a variety of local habitats from seashore to the mountains, including at least one boat trip, and follow up with laboratory sessions to catalog and describe what we see and collect in the field.

Natural History of the Azores Islands is a 6 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System 3 US credits equivalent) course accredited by Univ. of the Azores as part of SiPN (the “Study in Portugal Network”). It can be taken alone or ideally integrated with one of two other concurrently offered courses:

“Azorean Literature, History and Culture” (also in English) “Portuguese Language” (beginner and intermediate levels available)

Costs (includes tuition, lodging, and fees):

$2500 for 1 course (3 credits)

$3250 for 2 courses (6 credits)

For additional information including full syllabus and registration instructions: http://www.studyinportugalnetwork.com/build-your-course/

Select “Build your summer”, then scroll down to the Azores courses

For questions or to learn more you may also contact instructor Dr. Erik Zettler (erik.zettler@nioz.nl)


[study abroad]: Broadreach Marine Biology Study Abroad Courses

Hello! My name is Jill Furgurson and I am the Director of College Programs at Broadreach. Our programs offer hands-on, experiential learning designed to get you out of the classroom and immersed in the field of marine biology. Choose from a variety of unique courses and prepare to work alongside scientists in the field, earning professional certifications and college credit along the way.

Our marine biology programs include:

Each Broadreach program offers you the chance to try something new and make friends with peers across the globe – whether you’re kayaking with marine mammals or diving deep with sea turtles in Central America. We take just 10 – 12 students per program and spaces are filling quickly for our 2017 sessions. I encourage you to apply soon to take advantage of this opportunity to gain new skills, earn academic credit and explore your interests on a global scale.

The Fiji Shark Behavior and Conservation program was amazing. It pushed me out of my comfort zone and reinforced my love of the ocean and environment. Although the shark dives were incredible, the most rewarding experiences were on land. I enjoyed helping out for community service and the village homestay was truly an eye opening experience” – Christine I.


UW STUDY ABROAD COVID-19 INFORMATION

As UW-Madison continues to respond to COVID-19, the physical spaces for our study abroad advising offices are closed until further notice.

Meet with professional staff
virtually

All paper documents should be mailed to
International Academic Programs


Internships

Are you interested in gaining professional experience in a global setting? Browse international internship opportunities online through The Intern Group, Global Experiences, Global Engagement Institute, or GoinGlobal.com (log in to Handshake first, then access GoinGlobal). Once you’ve received an internship offer, you’ll need to start an application in the Comets Abroad Portal and report your internship for departmental approval.

  • Terms: Fall, Spring, and Summer
  • Type of Credit: UTD credit or transcript notation
  • Deadlines: varied but typically 3-4 months before the start of the program
  • How to Apply: Once you’ve identified an internship opportunity, click the “Report Your Own Internship” button to start the Education Abroad application. You will also need to report your internship for departmental approval:
    • Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science students should contact the Jonsson Career Services (JCS) Office.
    • All other students should report their internship in Handshake, after reviewing eligibility on the University Career Center website.

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    Make this Your Best Summer Ever

    Session-Based Programs

    CIEE&rsquos four-week short-term summer sessions are spaced, so you can enroll in one, two, or three consecutive sessions for a full summer of academics and cultural immersion. Stay in the same location for all three sessions, or travel to others for an amazing adventure!

    Summer Internships

    Gain practical, hands-on training and academic credit on an eight-week summer internship with CIEE.

    Discover unique opportunities to acquire workplace skills, work in a cross-cultural environment, and develop valuable contacts for life after graduation.

    Specialty & Intensive Programs

    Looking for an in-depth academic experience? Spend your summer with like-minded students with oversight from experienced professors. Together you will develop and hone your academic goals in subjects including


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