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  • Locations: Dublin, Ireland; London, United Kingdom; Manchester, United Kingdom
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Restrictions: WSU applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Faculty-led Language of Instruction: English
Faculty-led: Yes
Program Description:
 
Faculty-led programs
 

Health, Exercise, & Medicine: An International Perspective (England & Ireland) | Faculty-led Program

 
This program has reached capacity and is no longer accepting applications.


This program is an interdisciplinary faculty-led course designed to expose students to medicine, health and exercise in a society outside of the United States. Students will engage in multiple, different learning opportunities; including peer group presentations, lectures/discussions from specialists in their field, placement in clinical sites to interact with peers and mentors from the United Kingdom and hands-on learning experiences in various settings. This program is intended for Nursing and HERS students, but applications from other students (particularly healthcare oriented students) will be considered. The major topics or themes for this program include: 

  • International Health Care

  • Nursing

  • Sports Rehabilitation & Athletic Training

  • History of Medicine

  • ​​Culture of England & Ireland

  • ​Athletics of England & Ireland

​Students must have the ability to walk sometimes up to 10 miles/day. Students are responsible for their own luggage, sometimes carrying it upstairs at their accommodations. If warm summer, London can become a bit tropical as air conditioning is rare.

PLEASE NOTE: Participation in this program requires a valid passport through at least January 25, 2021. If you do not have a valid passport or your passport is set to expire before this date, please apply for a passport if you hope to participate in this program.

TENTATIVE DATES
July 5-24, 2020

DESTINATIONS
  • England: Manchester and London
  • Ireland: Dublin
COURSE
HERS 305 - 3 credits*
  • Counts for GEP Goal 8
  • *The faculty leaders have applied for this course to be 4 credits. The determination will be made in October 2019. 
PREREQUISITES
None

COSTS
  • Range from $4,700 - $5,700 depending on enrollment min/max.
  • The program cost includes: WSU tuition and fees for the HERS 305 course, roundtrip airfare, transportation throughout the duration of the program, most meals, all lodging, admission & event fees for group educational activities, insurance for the duration of the program, and the Study Abroad administrative fee.
  • After being accepted by the faculty members, students will have one week to pay the $500 confirmation deposit required to secure their spot in the program. This deposit will go toward the final program cost. 
FACULTY LEADERS
  • Brian Zeller, PhD, ATC (BZeller@winona.edu)
  • Susan Zeller, DNP, APRN, ACNP-C (SZeller@winona.edu)
CONTACT INFO
Kathy Jicinsky, Assistant Director of Study Abroad for Faculty-led Programs
kathy.jicinsky@winona.edu or (507) 457-5019
143 Maxwell

DEADLINES
  • Friday, October 4, 2019 at 11:59pm: Extended application deadline. The faculty leaders will review all complete applications as of the deadline. After being accepted for the program, students will have one week to pay the $500 confirmation deposit in order to secure their spot. Late or incomplete applications will not be reviewed.Please review the Selection Criteria.docx for applications. 
  • April 6, 2020: If you are accepted for the program and withdraw after this date you are financially responsible for the full cost of the program regardless of participation.
    • NOTE: This deadline is 90 days prior to the start of the program. As detailed in the Cancellation, Financial, and Conduct Policies - faculty-led document students must review & electronically sign as part of the application for this program, students and families are strongly urged to consider purchasing travel cancellation insurance. The Center for Global Education does not endorse any particular travel insurance coverage, but quote comparisons can be found at insuremytrip.com. Review closely what the cancellation insurance includes and what it does not include. Cancellation insurance must be purchased immediately after acceptance into the program for the insurance to be effective.
  • June 14, 2020: Full payment for the program is due by this date. If you can show you have spring semester financial aid/private loans to cover your outstanding balance for the program, you will be allowed to participate even with a balance as of June 14, 2020.


Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.

This program is currently not accepting applications.