Plan II and LAH Offer Rome Study Abroad Program Starting in Summer 2014
Application due November 8
Posted: September 9, 2013
The Plan II and Liberal Arts Honors Program is thrilled to announce the return the Rome Study Abroad Program during the summer of 2014! Led by legendary Professor Karl Galinsky, 15-18 students will have the incredible opportunity to live, study and experience life abroad in Rome, Italy.
Upcoming Information Sessions:
- Tuesday, September 24, 5:00pm-6:00pm, CLA 1.302D
- Thursday, October 10, 5:00pm-6:00pm, CLA 1.302D
- Wednesday, October 23, 12:00noon-1:00pm, CLA 1.302D
Application Deadline - November 8, 2013
Application Form (coming soon)
Program Goals, Details and Timeline
Goals: One of the priorities for both the Plan II Honors Program and the Liberal Arts Honors Program in the 21st century is an active commitment to Study Abroad: we see our students as “Citizens of the World” and feel it is of the utmost importance that they have the opportunity to study, travel, and experience cultures outside of the US. Plan II and Liberal Arts Honors strive to provide study abroad opportunities for our students to travel and learn with the best UT faculty, experiencing high quality honors level courses, all the while earning credit for specific degree requirements needed to complete the Plan II Major, Humanities Major, or Liberal Arts Honors Program.
Location: Rome, Italy
Program Dates: June 1-29, 2014 (4 weeks)
Participants: 15-18 students
Eligibility: The 2014 Rome Program will be open to students from both the Plan II Honors Program and the Liberal Arts Honors Program (LAH)/Humanities Majors.
For more information, please go to the Rome Program information page here.