EU-US Atlantis Program
- Topic: Biotechnology, Food Safety and Regulatory Policies
- Academic Credit: 12 semester hours
- Student Stipends available: $5,000 to help with living expenses and language training
- Enroll Now! All student exchanges must be complete by June 2014
Would you like to live for a few months in Austria or France, soaking up the culture, enhancing your language skills and learning about the issues related to food production, marketing and safety? This program allows you to do just that and it provides the money to help you pay for both your living expenses and your language training while you are there. Western Europe, the most popular tourist destination in the world, awaits you. Complete your semester-long exchange program with one of the following partner institutions:
Located in Picardy region of France, and only 49 miles North of Paris, Beauvais is a quaint city that lies at the foot of wooded hills. Beauvais is regarded as a very interesting historical center known all over Europe for its gothic cathedral and its astronomical Clock, unique in the world. It boasts a rich history and the small town is known for its numerous festivals throughout the year. LaSalle Beauvais University trains engineers and future leaders of agriculture and business sectors. LaSalle has about 1,500 students in food science, geology, and the environment.
Vienna, often described as Europe's cultural capital, was home to the Hapsburg dynasty and is the gateway to much of central Europe. A thriving metropolis, Vienna has historically been the home of the world's most famous artists, composers and musicians. BOKU University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences has about 5000 students and focuses on the sustainable use of renewable resources.
Student Stipends available: $5,000 to help with living expenses and language training.