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  • Locations: Various, Croatia; Various, Germany
  • Program Terms: May Intensive
  • Restrictions: Bentley applicants only
  • COST (click here): May Intensive
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
May Intensive 2017 02/01/2017
Varies by program 05/14/2017 05/26/2017

** Applicants will be notified of acceptance into this program as soon as possible after the application deadline once all applications have been reviewed.

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Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Faculty-led Language of Instruction: English
Eligibility: Undergraduate Faculty Leader: Deichmann, Joel
Credits/Typical Courseload: 3 Co-leader: Malgwi, Charles
Prerequisite: Any internationally-oriented GLS course or permission of professor Program Advisor: Christine Hollenhorst
Earle and Sloan Travel Fellowship Available: Yes
Program Description:
This travel course to Central and Southern Europe introduces students to international tourism and its interaction with passenger transportation. The course begins in Munich, Germany, where we will meet tourism industry experts and make day excursions to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Dachau and King Ludwig’s famous castle Neuschwanstein. Next, we will cross the Alps to the Croatian capital, where University of Zagreb tourism faculty will provide lectures for our group. Finally, we will visit the Adriatic coast and explore the medieval city of Dubrovnik, the setting for the series Game of Thrones. In learning about tourism, which is the world's largest industry, we will make deliberate use of every mode of transportation (plane, train, boat, coach, tram, city bus, taxi, and foot), and embrace each opportunity to gather insights and perspectives from local residents and fellow international travelers alike. The course content focuses upon the factors that affect tourism flows, including the Schengen agreement, the Euro, security risks, and economic recession. We also consider the positive and negative economic, social, and environmental impacts tourism has upon destinations. Working with the professor and local coordinator, students will assist as “trail boss for one day”, and participate in a group research project that can involve interaction with hosts and other travelers.           

Click here for a sample syllabus and itinerary:
GLS 325_GERMANY CROATIA_Syllabus.pdf
GLS 325_GERMANY CROATIA_Itinerary.pdf

Please contact Professor Joel Deichmann for more details.

This program is currently not accepting applications.