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Communication Study Abroad, Salzburg College, Salzburg, Austria

Spring  2013

Austria 

Program Full

Program Description:

Salzburg is one of the most beautiful cities of Europe, which has been carefully preserved over the centuries. It is surrounded by spectacular landscape, lakes, Alpine foothills and mountain peaks. Salzburg is known worldwide as the city of Mozart. In fact, much of the town still looks the same as it did in Mozart’s days. Salzburg has also become famous as the city of "The Sound of Music" film.

The Salzburg College study center is located in the heart of the Old City. It occupies a 16th century town house on Ursulinenplatz, a small square flanked by a historic city gate and one of Salzburg's famous Baroque churches.

Salzburg College offers you an academic program tailored to your needs, with small classes and dedicated professors who encourage you to integrate your personal experience into your course work. Make Salzburg, Austria, and Europe your classroom!

Additional Information:

Passport Services Available on Campus

Student blog:  erinconcelman.wordpress.com   (fall semester 2012)

Learning Outcomes:

Participants of this program will be expected to realize the following outcomes:

DISCIPLINARY OUTCOMES (per course syllabi)

GEOGRAPHIC AWARENESS

  • Describe the main cultural, geographic, physical, politico-economic, and social characteristics of the host country.
  • Discuss how the host country fits within the global physical, cultural, political or economic systems.

SELF-AWARENESS

  • Describe how the program impacted their personal culture and values.
  • Provide examples on how the program experiences affected their academic, professional, or personal goals.

SELF-RELIANCE

  • Provide examples of how they may use their program experiences to deal with challenging situations in the future.
  • Provide examples of how to avoid conflicts from misunderstandings due to cultural differences.

COMMUNICATION

  • Communicate in writing how their program experience makes them more valuable to a prospective graduate program or employer. 
Program Prerequisites:
Minimum GPA: 3.00 cumulative
Language: English
Proficiency Level Required: English
Other Prerequisites: 
Courses[click to expand]:
COM-4461 Intercultural Communication - Salzburg
Academic Institution: Salzburg College, Salzburg, Austria
Catalog Description:

The description of the Intercultural Communication module at Salzburg College can be found here.

Course Prerequisites:

Per syllabus.

Credit Hours: 3.00


COM-3955 Study Abroad: International Public Relations
Academic Institution: Salzburg College, Salzburg, Austria
Catalog Description:

The description of the module International Public Relations at Salzburg College can be found here.

Course Prerequisites:

Per syllabus.

Credit Hours: 3.00


COM-3955 Study Abroad: Photography Seminar
Academic Institution: Salzburg College, Salzburg, Austria
Catalog Description:

The description of the Photography Seminar at Salzburg College can be found here.

Course Prerequisites:

Per syllabus.

Credit Hours: 3.00


ADV-4941 Advertising Internship - Salzburg
Academic Institution: Salzburg College, Salzburg, Austria
Catalog Description:

The description of the module Internship: Experiencing the Austrian Workplace can be found here.

Credit Hours: 3.00


PUR-4941 Public Relations Internship
Academic Institution: Salzburg College, Salzburg, Austria
Catalog Description:

The description of the module Internship: Experiencing the Austrian Workplace at Salzburg College can be found here.

Credit Hours: 3.00


RTV-4941 Communication Internship - Salzburg
Academic Institution: Salzburg College, Salzburg, Austria
Catalog Description:

The description of the module Internship: Experiencing the Austrian Workplace at Salzburg College can be found here.

Credit Hours: 3.00


JOU-4941 Journalism Internship
Academic Institution: Salzburg College, Salzburg, Austria
Catalog Description:

The description of the module Internship: Experiencing the Austrian Workplace at Salzburg College can be found here.

Credit Hours: 3.00


RTV-4941 Radio Television Internship
Academic Institution: Salzburg College, Salzburg, Austria
Catalog Description:

The description of the module Internship: Experiencing the Austrian Workplace at Salzburg College can be found here.

Credit Hours: 3.00


COM-2955 Study Abroad: Special Topics: Intercultural Studies in Understanding Austrian Culture
Academic Institution: Salzburg College, Salzburg, Austria
Catalog Description:

The description of the module Understanding Austria at Salzburg College can be found here.

Credit Hours: 3.00


Program Components and Costs:
Component: Administration
Services: 
Price (in US Dollars): 250.00
Requirement: Mandatory
Payments:
Payment due:  Pending application approval
Study abroad fees are posted to the UCF student account. Payment procedures, types and cashier locations can be found here, on the UCF Registrar's website.
Faculty Program Coordinator:
Name: Rebecca Morales
Email: nassc@ucf.edu
Office: NSC 143
Program Dates:
Program Begins: 2013-01-13
Program Ends: 2013-04-26
Program Deadlines:
Last day to apply: 2012-09-15
Academic Institution:
Salzburg College, Salzburg, Austria 
Additional information:
Program Map
Nearest US Embassy Abroad
US State Department Country Information
Currency Exchange Information
Visa Information:
Visa Required: Yes
Visa Application Date: 
Estimated Cost of the Visa: 145.00
Additional Visa Information
Your visa requirements and cost may vary if you are not a US citizen. Please let OIS staff know if you are not using a US passport to ensure that we can address any differences in the immigration requirements.

Program Cost Disclaimer: The program cost does not cover UCF tuition, airfare (unless a program expressly and specifically includes this), independent travel, or personal expenses. Cost is approximate and may fluctuate due to changes in foreign currency or unforeseen circumstances. UCF reserves the right to alter or cancel the program at any time. In such cases, the university shall not be liable for airfare, transportation costs and/or any other costs incurred by the student. UCF, Office of International Studies will make reasonable efforts to notify students through reasonable means to inform the students to reserve their flights. Students should consult their travel agent about buying travel insurance to defray unanticipated costs in the event travel plans change. UCF will make reasonable efforts to notify students via Knights email when any significant changes are being made to the program. It is entirely within UCF's discretion as to what changes are considered significant.

University of Central Florida
Office of International Studies
4000 Central Florida Blvd, Millican Hall room 107 Orlando, FL 32816
Telephone (407) 882-2300 | Fax (407) 882-0240 | studyabroad@ucf.edu