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Location: Ha Noi, Hue and Dong Ha, Viet Nam
Department: CHID (Comparative History of Ideas)
Program Dates: June 17 - July 22, 2015
Program Fee: $3,950
Program Director: Christoph Giebel (JSIS / History)
Application Deadline: February 20, 2015 - DEADLINE EXTENDED
Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Department: School of Law
Program Dates: June 22 - August 1, 2015
Program Fee: $5,900
Program Director: Beth E. Rivin
Application Deadline: February 15, 2015
Location: Tinjil Island, Indonesia
Program Dates: August 6 - September 1, 2015
Program Fee: $2,200 + UW tuition
Credits: 3 credits in the Spring at UW; 7 credits in the field
Program Director: Randall Kyes (Psychology)
Application Deadline: Rolling admissions with February 27, 2015 deadline
Note that the program dates for 2015 have yet to be announced. This website will be updated when the information for 2015 becomes available.
Application deadline: to be announced
Program date: June to July, 2015
Location: The Royal University of Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
This program is an intensive six-week training in Khmer language-culture held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It is administered by the Khmer Language Program at the University of Hawai‘i, and in collaboration with the Royal University of Phnom-Penh and the Center for Khmer Studies, Cambodia. It is equivalent to two-semester Khmer coursework at the University of Hawai‘i.
Please visit our websites for details on eligibility requirements and how to apply, and to download application form.
This immersion program focuses on advanced-level Indonesian language acquisition. The program consists of a structured academic program of four hours of language instruction four mornings per week and two-three hours of arts and cultural activities one afternoon per week plus a weekly field trip. One weekend will feature a cultural or scenic excursion in Central Java outside Salatiga.
Instruction is given in small-individualized groups taught by in-country language teachers who have extensive experience teaching Indonesian as a foreign language. Topics for instruction are theme-based and include education, language and culture, history, literature, arts and performance, economics, political and social issues, environment and globalization. One topic is discussed each week.
All applicants should have achieved by June 2015 at least an intermediate level of proficiency in Indonesian, equivalent to the proficiency expected at the end of a fourth-semester or sixth-quarter course. Graduate students, undergraduates of junior or senior standing, faculty members, teachers in elementary and secondary schools, and educational administrators are eligible to apply. It is permitted for students to have graduated immediately prior to the beginning of the summer program.
For U.S. citizens and Permanent Residents, fellowship funding is available for this program from the U.S. Department of Education's Fulbright Hays Group Projects Abroad, which covers full tuition, homestays, books and other classroom materials, plus round-trip international airfare from the U.S. to Indonesia, and related ground transportation. Please indicate on your application if you would like to be considered for this funding.
Applicants who have their own funding for transportation, tuition, and homestays may also be admitted. Qualified students can use Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships from their home institutions, Boren fellowships, or university or private funding to cover these items. All of these funding options should be applied for separately from this application.
Note: Although Advanced Indonesian Abroad is widely recognized as a formal academic program, participants do not receive academic credit for their participation. The program can provide a transcript for students who wish to request academic credit from their home campuses.
CERES Global aims to encourage a better world through harnessing connections and building cross cultural friendships; through sharing ideas, skills and experiences; and through creating understanding between people from diverse backgrounds. CERES Global offers the opportunity for people interested in sustainability, the environment, community development, global equity, health and education to travel to India, Indonesia, Timor, Cuba and Arnhem Land and contribute to local village societies by sharing skills in a range of community engagement areas. Travellers will experience daily village life and work alongside community organisations implementing fresh approaches to sustainability and community development
Indonesia: CERES Global offers the opportunity to take part in a socio-environmental and cultural journey focused on mutual learning and exchange in Indonesia. In Cipanas, Java, we work with our sister organisation YUM, engaging school groups, teching the teachers, and undertaking permaculture, food security and nutrition activities. The Cipanas program lasts from June 26 - July 5, 2015. In Semabalum, Lombok, working with our partner organization the CDC in a gorgeous village setting, we'll learn about local social and environmental challenges and work together on meeting those challenges with the local community. The CERES Global group together with the CDC will engage in English language teaching, organic farming and waste management as well as experience the local culture, traditional weaving, music and dance customs. The program in Sembalum lasts from June 13 - July 22, 2015.
Timor Leste: CERES Global is excited to announce our first community engagement trip to Timor Leste for 10 days in late May to early June, 2015. CERES Global will spend time in Dili, Aileu, Baucan and Baguia, engaging with youth and community groups, environmental and social groups, building friendships and working together to meet various challenges. CERES Global will partner with 'Friends of Aileu' and 'With one seed' to arrange the trip.
The Gilman Scholarship Program aims to diversify the kinds of students who study and intern abroad and the countries and regions where they go by offering awards to U.S. undergraduates who might otherwise not participate due to financial constraints.
Fall 2015/Academic Year 2015-2016 - application process opens January, 2015 and closes on March 3, 2015. Program start between July and October, 2015. For US undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant.
To learn about the many language-focused study abroad opportunities in Southeast Asia, please visit our Language Instruction page.
|Southeast Asia Center|
|University of Washington|
|303 Thomson Hall|
|Seattle, WA 98195|
|(206) 543-9606 tel|
|(206) 685-0668 fax|
|Laurie Sears, Director|
|Rick Bonus, Director of Graduate Studies|
|Sara Van Fleet, Associate Director|
|Tikka Sears, Outreach Coordinator|
|Molly Wilskie-Kala, Program Coordinator|
|Mary Barnes, Program Assistant|
|Linda Cuadra, Graduate Student Assistant|