Take advantage of a rare opportunity to be immersed in the Swedish culture and visit Swedish schools! This faculty-led program will allow you to experience the richness of the Swedish educational system, and its similarities and differences with American schools. You will also explore the sights of charming Stockholm and Kristianstad, and form lasting bonds with fellow program participants. Further information about this program is available from Dr. Linda Zane as well as the Office for Global Engagement which is located in Spotts World Culture Building-Room 002C-Ground Level. Participants in this program are required to enroll in any one of the following courses: ELEC 200, ELEC 237, ELEC 348 or ELEC 470 during the Spring 2020 semester.
Sweden Flyer 2020.pdf
Sweden FAQ 2020.pdf
Faculty Leader Information
Dr. Linda Zane
|Fall publicity for Spring Break-Faculty Led Programs begins
||September, October, November
|Apply for your passport
||Immediately upon application (a passport copy will be due in December 2019)
|Student applications & application fee due
||Last day of Spring registration (November 15, 2019)
|Official acceptances announced
||Last week of November/First week of December
|Students billed for program fees
|Airline reservations confirmed
||Mid January (airline charges are non-refundable once the flights are confirmed in January 2020)
|Pre-Departure meetings with Directors
||Wednesday/Thursday/Friday before Spring Break (exact dates TBD)
||Friday/Saturday/Sunday of Spring Break (exact dates TBD)
A non-refundable application fee of $125.00
will be paid at the time of application. The application fee covers the cost of an international student identity card ($25.00) and $100.00 non-refundable administrative fee. Applicants are responsible for meeting with Financial Aid in 107 Maltby Center to determine financial aid eligibility to cover program costs noted below. Financial aid eligibility is not guaranteed.
B.A Manes Sweden Scholarship Information:Sweden Scholarship Application.pdf
Estimated Costs: $2099.00
- International airfare
- Most program activities/site visits and excursions
- Shared accommodations
- Most breakfasts
- In-country transportation
- Basic international travel insurance (provided by the ISIC card)
** We recommend an estimated $500.00-$600.00
in personal spending money to cover meals beyond breakfasts and incidentals including personal shopping. This estimate is determined by previous student reports of personal spending and may vary by participant.**
Health and Safety
For general safety and security information for students abroad visit U.S. Students Abroad.
For information regarding vaccines and medicines visit the CDC. **Vaccines are the financial responsibility of the program participants and not covered in the above costs.
To learn more about international travel in this country, click here.