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Studying in the Netherlands

Comparative Education  
(EDU2011)

Prerequisites for EDU2011: EN1011 or WRT1011 (English Comp & Rhetoric), F.Y. Studies, 1000-level Social Science or Education course (or permission of instructor)

+/-May 26 - June 16, 2018

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 Academic Director: Ann McCloskey   

 Program Director: Liza Burns 

Primary goal: To explore the historical, cultural, political, and economic forces that shape educational issues

  • Study in the picturesque town of Leiden (a small, historically and culturally rich university town near Amsterdam)
  • Live in Webster University suites overlooking the harbor and windmills
  • Gain firsthand experience of Dutch culture via an in-depth exploration of education in The Netherlands
  • Enjoy day excursions such as rowing along the canals, walking tours of Amsterdam, & biking to the North Sea
  • Visit local schools in order to compare cultural differences in educational access and opportunity (including for students who learn differently)

Special considerations:

  • No real language barrier as most Dutch speak fluent English
  • Biking competency important for some outings but alternative transportation possible

Syllabus for ED2021 (This is the syllabus from 2016, stay tuned for 2018 syllabus)

Itinerary (stay tuned)

Country Handbook (stay tuned)

Travel Information (stay tuned)

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Cost for the trip is $6,000* and includes:

  • 3-credit course
  • Group flights
  • In-country transportation
  • Field trips and housing
  • Some group meals
  • Price does not include individual spending money

Landmark College's "Global Engagement" Scholarship offers a 50% scholarship to a select group of eligible students. Information about eligibility and application process here.

* Discounts for students enrolled in back-to-back summer Study Abroad programs. Pair this program with studying in Berlin.

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