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All Winter 2015-16 Programs

Application Deadline Oct.17 2016

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Take six credits in Spanish language or literature at the Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, one of the most prestigious in Argentina. The small classes are staffed with one instructor and several local students.

Dates: December 31 2015 to January 23 2016

Spanish Language & Literature


The program is located on the beautiful Melbourne Burwood Campus. Often referred to as the "cultural capital of Australia", Melbourne is the birthplace of many Australian cultural institutions.

Dates: January 3 2016 to January 23 2016

Australia Today


Students will live in the Hotel Villa Romana, located in Barra, close to two popular beaches and a shopping center. Barra is the neighborhood of Salvador immortalized in songs by Veloso and Caymmi.

Dates: January 4, 2016 to January 25, 2016

History, Politics, & Music of Brazil


Hunter College joins forces with SUNY Brockport to provide students with a unique experience in Ghana, at the University of Ghana at Legon. Accra has a lively nightlife and an "non-touristy" atmosphere.

Dates: December 28 2015 - January 18 2016

Ghana: The African Experience


This course offers a survey of the literature of the Italian Renaissance and a study of the contribution in the fields of art, politics, and philosophy by the likes of Michelangelo, Donatello, Leonardo, and Raphael.

Dates: January 3 2016 to January 24 2016

Perfoming Arts of India


Study in Jordan this January with Hunter College's Arabic Language program in Amman. Amman is a vibrant, diverse, and safe Arab capital. Our program is held at the Qasid Institute, Arabic language institute.

Dates: December 27 2015 - January 27 2016

Arabic Language Immersion


This exciting new program offers a course in the study of primate diversity, ecology, behavior and conservation in an African rainforest that hosts some of the highest densities of primates in the world.

Dates: January 4 2016 - January 19 2016

African Primates: Diversity, Ecology and Conservation

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