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Seminar in Europe
The Liberal Arts department offers an exciting opportunity for graduate and undergraduate students to complete graduation requirements overseas. Seminar in Europe exposes students to the art of featured regions within the broader context of European history and artistic culture. Note: Extensive walking is a required component of this program.
Academic & Personal Contact Information
Please provide this essential information to ensure you receive important updates about the program, and to confirm you meet academic eligibility requirements.
Welcome! We are excited to have you join us!
What is your last name?
What is your first name?
What is your student ID number?
Are you a graduate or undergraduate student?
What is your major?
All majors can participate in the Liberal Arts Study Abroad program
Who is your advisor? If you are unsure, no worries- just skip this question.
(Last name, First name)
Are you enrolled as an online, onsite or hybrid student?
hybrid (both onsite & online)
What is your email address?
Please confirm your email address.
Study Abroad Prerequisites
Please tell us more about the Art History classes you've taken to date.
While abroad, students learn in non-traditional environments, such as museums and galleries.
Which Art History classes have you taken, are currently enrolled in, or will take before the Intersession Abroad begins?
Having completed one Art History class with a C- or better is required for UG students. GRAD students do not have an Art History prerequisite. Check all that apply.
LA 120: Art History to 15th Century (UG only)
LA 121: Art History to 19th Century (UG only)
LA 222: 20th Century Art (UG only)
GLA 601: The Renaissance Art World & Its Classical Origins (GRAD only)
GLA 602: The Art & Ideology of the 20th Century (GRAD only)
GLA 606: Crossing Borders: Art & Culture in a Global Society (GRAD only)
I'm an American Graduate student (Native Speaker) and studied Western Art History as an UG
I'm an American Graduate student (Native Speaker) but never studied Western Art History as an UG
I'm an International Graduate student and studied Western Art History as an UG
I'm an International Graduate student but never studied Western Art History as an UG
What is your first (native) language?
If English is not your first (native) language, which ESL classes have you completed? (Non-native speakers of English only)
Non-native Speakers of English must complete EAP 4 (UG) or 604 (GR)
EAP 01 (UG) / 601 (GRAD)
EAP 02 (UG) / 602 (GRAD)
EAP 03 (UG) / 603 (GRAD)
EAP 04 (UG) / 604 (GRAD)
English is not my first (native) language, but I wasn't required to take ESL classes at the AAU.
What is your current GPA, if known? (minimum 2.75 required for all students. If you don't know, no worries! Skip this question & continue)
Please discuss & confirm GPA with your Advisor
How long have you been a student at the AAU? (all students)
Less than 1 year
About 1 to 2 years
About 2 to 3 years
About 3 to 4 years
More than 4 years
How did you hear about the Liberal Arts Study Abroad program? (Check any that apply)
From the AAU Website
My onsite teacher announced it in class
My online teacher posted an announcement
I know someone who went on a trip
I attended an online chat
I saw a poster on campus
I received an AAU Broadcaster message (email) about it
Why are you interested in participating in the Liberal Arts Intersession Abroad? (300 word maximum)
While studying abroad is a culturally rewarding and fun experience, it is academically challenging and should not be equated with personal or leisure travel. Students are in class full time during the day, and although there is free time in the evenings, homework is an integral part of the study abroad experience.
Students collaborate on homework assignments in a hotel lobby during their evening free time.
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