Educational Travel

Day Travel      

Historic Third Ward Tour Milwaukee

Enjoy a walking tour of the famous Historic Third Ward in Milwaukee and fully experience the historic atmosphere and noteworthy architecture of the Third Ward. The district is home to over 500 businesses including unique specialty stores, award-winning restaurants, and Milwaukee’s Public Market. The tour also includes stops at local restaurants and bakeries for taste testing and exploring. If you would like to visit specialty boutiques along the way, there will be plenty of time. Depart UW-Richland at 7:00 am. If you need to be picked up in a town along the way, please let us know.

M April 27th           7:00 am – 5:00 pm                           $69

Study abroad programs

Short-term travel programs are available for UW-Richland students and community members either for credit or as non-credit auditors. Please visit the Study Abroad website for more information and itineraries.

Discovering the Emerald Isle - Ireland 2015

Join us as we experience the history, culture and landscape of the Emerald Isle on this 10-day tour.  

Ireland - the name conjures a land shrouded in myth and legend, steeped in tradition, and surrounded by beautiful scenery. But as connected as the island is to its past, it has contributed so much to the modern world through literature, art, and music. A visit to Ireland is a visit to the past, and a new view of the present. Ireland is the one place on earth that heaven has kissed with melody, mirth, meadow and mist.

Departure dates:  Sunday, May 24 - Tuesday, June 22015

(Departs UW-Manitowoc to O'Hare International Airport)
Fee: $3,850 (based on double occupancy)   / Single room supplement:  $640 (updated)
Group leaders: Suzanne Lawrence, Director of Continuing Education, and former UW-Manitowoc Dean, Dr. Roland Baldwin.

Contact Jessica Laeseke for additional information at 608-647-6186 x227 or jessica.laeseke@uwc.edu

Rainforest & Reef:  Tropical Ecology of Belize 

(Special Topics in Biology)

March 21- 28, 2015

$3,390 

$500 deposit due with application by October 15

Students will receive three UW Colleges credits of BIO 298 (NS/LS) – Special Topics in Biology – Spring 2015. The online component of the course will include six sets of readings and questions to be completed during the first half of the Spring 2015 semester. These assignments are intended to establish a baseline knowledge about the habitats the students will be visiting and investigating.  The travel portion of the course will take place over spring break. During the first half of this seven-day visit to Belize, students will learn about the plants, animals and ecology of the Belize rainforest through guided hikes and field investigations. The second half of the trip will take place on South Water Caye, a pristine island along the Belize barrier reef and part of a UNESCO Heritage Site. During the stay at South Water Caye, students will conduct marine investigations on the reef and begin independent research projects. Lab write-ups and a formal research project report will be due before the end of the term.
Contact Jessica Laeseke for additional information at 608-647-6186 x227 or jessica.laeseke@uwc.edu

 Germany 2015

Berlin, Germany: One City, Many Worlds
Journey to the vibrant, optimistic capital of this fascinating country in the heart of Europe. Behold the drama of a region that experienced monarchy, democracy, National Socialism, communism, and democracy again, in only 70 years. Feel the burden of war, the paranoia of police states, the exaltation of liberation, and the awe of inspired art and architecture. Trip includes travel to beautiful Leipzig and literary Weimar.
Course
POL 160 – Comparative Politics – 3 credits – Summer 2015
Travel Dates
Departure: June 9, 2015
Return: June 18, 2015
Instructor
Dr. Dylan Bennett, Assistant Professor of Political Science
UW-Waukesha
dylan.bennett@uwc.edu
262-521-5552
Estimated Program Cost
$3,550 (includes all program expenses including airfare, lodging, all in-country transportation, breakfast (to include welcome and farewell dinners), entrance fees, insurance, instruction, and study abroad administrative application fee). No additional tuition fees. Price subject to change pending increases in airline arrangements, surcharges and fees.

Out of Pocket Personal Cost
1) Passport which costs $140 (plus $25 execution fee) if you don't already have one; 
2) international Student Identity Card (ISIC) which costs $22; 
3) immunizations if you choose to get some prior to travel; and 
4) spending money such as a handful of meals, souvenirs, calling cards, etc. Estimate $200/week.
Application Deadline: February 15, 2015
A $500 deposit is due upon application. Please make the check payable to "UW-Manitowoc"
Contact Jessica Laeseke for additional information at 608-647-6186 x227 or jessica.laeseke@uwc.edu

 

For a complete list of travel opportunities, registration forms, and the most up-to-date information, please visit the UW Colleges Study Abroad website.