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  • Locations: Wroclaw, Poland
  • Program Terms: Spring Break
  • Budget Sheets: Spring Break
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Study Abroad Adviser: Cornell, Jodi
Program Director:
Koziel, Jacek
Housing Options: Dormitory, Hotel/Tourist Lodging Language of Instruction: English
Host Country Language: Polish Online Course Catalog Available: Yes
Sponsor:
Iowa State
ISU Course:
TSM 593
Program Group: College of Ag & Life Sciences
Program Description:
Wroclaw City

Trip focus: advanced topics in ABE research, site visits to leading global and local plants in Wroclaw area (food processing, automotive, chemicals and pharmaceutical, IT, mechanical engineering), networking with students and faculty at university research labs. 
Agenda: technical program will be finalized based on research interests of participating students.  Cultural agenda will be integral part of the trip.

Course Information: TSM 593, 2 credits; Meeting times: to be arranged (3 pre-trip meetings focused on logistics, trip agenda, and deliverables; 1 post-trip seminar)

Approximate program fee: $2200.00 (included roundtrip airline ticket; transportation; food; lodging; entrance fees; CISI insurance).
Out of pocket expenses estimated: $150 for incidentals, $105 study abroad center admin fee, $135 passport if you don't have one yet*
CALS students who are first time int'l travelers should contact jcornell@iastate.edu to see how you can get the cost of your passport reimbursed.

WUELS Main Building


Wroclaw in the Evening

Important Note Regarding Missing classes: Please note that participation on some travel courses require you to be away from campus for some school days. The College of Agriculture & Life Sciences tries to minimize the number of days missed for this purpose, but in some events, the inflexibility of the travel schedule prevents us from working completely within our breaks. Should you choose to enroll in a travel course that requires missing some class(es) on campus, you will need to contact your instructor directly to inquire whether or not arrangements can be made to make up this class work and/or exams. The CALS Study Abroad office can provide you with a letter explaining the dates of the trip. However, it is your responsibility to contact the instructor to determine the potential impact on your grade before signing up for a Study Abroad program. The instructor is responsible for determining the impact of any absence from class.
 


This program is currently not accepting applications.