The University of Missouri offers a wealth of study abroad opportunities. The University’s International Center website is a great resource for exploring these opportunities.
Truman School Associate Professor Dr. Mary Stegmaier hosts a Spring Break excursion to Brussels, Belgium to learn first-hand how the European Union is dealing with pressing policy issues. Students meet with policymakers from European Union institutions and related organizations. This trip is part of the online semester-long course “Institutions and Policies of the European Union”.
Study Abroad for Spring 2019 – Belgium
Public Affairs 8850 Policies and Institutions of the European Union in Brussels
Spring break 2019
Led by Mary Stegmaier, email@example.com
Application deadline Nov 1, 2018
Learn More: international.missouri.edu/Belgium
Truman School Affiliated Professor Dr. Judith Stallmann co-leads (with CAFNR Associate Professors Dr. Sarah Low and Dr. Francisco Aguilar) a three-credit course offered in summer semester that includes 2 weeks intensive study at the University of lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland. The program varies each year to give a flavor of the policy issues of the country and to address new rural issues and policies, but it always includes cross-country cmparisons of rural, agricultrual, environmenatl and social policies as they affect rural areas and people.
Study Abroad for Summer 2019
Public Affairs 8860 International Comparative Rural Policy
June 15-June 29, 2019
University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland
Led by Judith Stallmann, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about study abroad, visit: https://international.missouri.edu/study-outside-the-us/index.php or contact Heidi Prillwitz, Sr. Study Abroad Coordinator, PrillwitzH@missouri.edu, 573-882-6007.