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ENGR 4060 France (May 15 - 29, 2019)
Immerse yourself in the history, culture, and technology of France!  On this trip you will gain an understanding for France's past, present, and future as you travel to Marseille, Lyon, and the city of light - Paris.  
We will visit both historical monuments and some of France's leading technological and engineering companies.  From marine engineering in the port city to the inner workings of the Eiffel Tower, this trip covers it all!  
Some other possible side trips will be Point du Gard, Nimes, Normandy, and Versailles.  
Visits to Engineering companies will be arranged.  
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Check out our CEAT Study Abroad scholarship page for scholarship opportunities:  

*Architecture students may have an opportunity for a Department scholarship!

Itinerary

  • May 15 – 29, 2019.  Participants will travel to Stuttgart, Munich, and Berlin with day trips to Neuschwanstein Castle, Dresden, Potsdam, and Dachau..  
Wednesday, May 15, 2019 to Wednesday, May 29, 2019

1-3 Pre-Trip meetings will be required. TBD at a later date.

Instructor:  Professor Carisa Ramming
carisa.ramming@okstate.edu

To Enroll:

Please check with your academic advisor before enrolling in any of our study abroad and travel courses.

Scholarship/Fees

$3000 includes 3 credit hours of tuition, housing, local transportation, field trips, admission fees, international health insurance, and some group meals.  

CEAT Study Abroad Scholarship (Due February 1, 2019) and OSU Provost Scholarship (Due October 15, 2018 early bird and February 1, 2019 final deadline – registration at http://abroad.okstate.edu required).  FAFSA benefits may be used in the summer session if enrolled in 6 hours minimum. http://ceatstudyabroad.okstate.edu/scholarships 

Payment Schedule:

Registration is required at http://abroad.okstate.edu (Due March 1, 2019).  Once accepted into the program, students should enroll in the course for the summer session in Banner.  You must be registered to be eligible for a Provost Scholarship.