Center for International Education

Short-Term Programs

 
 

Specialized short-term trips with Adelphi faculty as your guides.

Adelphi offers a wide range of short-term programs abroad led by Adelphi faculty during the January intersession, spring and summer. Faculty-led study abroad programs are an excellent way to earn Adelphi credit and study a special topic with an Adelphi professor in a new cultural context.  Current and upcoming programs are listed below, with an asterisk indicating summer programs at our partner institutions (NOT led by Adelphi faculty).  Apply early as each program has limited enrollment.

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Intersession 2017:  ApplicaTIONS OPEN NOW!

Note that programs are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis in the order that program deposits are made (not in order of application completed).

 

SPRING BREAK 2017

  • Coming in September

 

SUMMER 2017

  • Coming in September

 

PAST PROGRAMS

INTERSESSION 2016

  • Experiencing London Theatre
  • Nursing Service-Learning in Costa Rica
  • Service-Learning in Guatemala
  • Global Perspectives: Cuba in Transition
  • Education & Community Service in Cuba
  • Management of Productions and Operations in China

SUMMER 2016

  • Adelphi in Crete: Archaeological Anthropology in Crete
  • Multicultural Issues in Counseling in Orvieto, Italy
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • Summer Chemistry Research Program at Warsaw University, Poland  (contact Professor Justyna Widera, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, for more information)
 
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For further information, please contact:

Center for International Education
p – 516.877.3487
e – cie@adelphi.edu

Chinese Medicine
Learn about acupuncture, moxibustion and other traditional techniques.
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Kingston University
Study in London for a semester and earn credit in a variety of subjects.
Learn about studying in London
Issues in Counseling
Travel to Italy & live in a monastery while studying multicultural approaches to psychology.
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