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Prof. Dora Schoenbrun-Fernandez
(Spanish)
619-388-2228
dschoenb@sdccd.edu
 

Dean Leslie Shimazaki
(School of Arts & Languages)
619-388-2873
lshimaza@sdccd.edu
Office G201

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Study Abroad

2017 Study abroad informatioN


Flag of SpainMadrid, Spain 2017 Information Sessions

 

Spring 2017
Info session #1,
Tuesday, February 14  from: 2:00—3:00 PM  
Location: I4-404, Student Services Building

Info session #2, Wednesday, March 8  from: 10:00—11:00 AM  
Location: I4-404, Student Services Building

Info session #3,Wednesday, April 19  from: 4:00—5:00 PM
Location: I4-404, Student Services Building

Info session #4, Thursday, May 11, from: 2:00—3:00 PM
Location: I4-404, Student Services Building

Contact Madrid program coordinators for more information:  mesacollegemadrid@gmail.com

 

French FlagParis, France 2017 Information Sessions

Fall 2016

Info session #1, Wednesday, October 26, from 3:00PM-4:00PM, room: LRC 229 (Language Lab- 2nd floor of library)

Info session #2, Tuesday, November 15, from 4:00PM-5:00PM, room: LRC 229 (Language Lab- 2nd floor of library)

Info session #3, Wednesday, November 16, from 2:30PM-3:30PM, room: LRC 229 (Language Lab- 2nd floor of library)


Info session #4, 
Wednesday, December 14, from 5:00PM-6:00PM, room: B104.

Info session #5, TBA. Check back soon!


Contact Paris program coordinators for more information: uornelas@sdccd.edu (French) or slazear@sdccd.edu  (Fashion).

 

gilman scholarship workshop

February 28, Time:  1:45—2:45 PM
Location: I4-404, Student Services Building

Applications Due March 7th, 2017 for Summer programs.


San Diego Mesa College is actively sponsoring a study abroad programs for Summer 2017. Go to Current Study Abroad Programs for more details

If you are a student, go to Current Programs or CCIE links for more information about the upcoming Study Abroad Programs. 

If you are a faculty member looking into proposing a study abroad program for the 2017-2018 academic year, go to Faculty Forms to learn more.

Mission Statement

Study abroad programs are designed to promote cross cultural competence, disciplinary scholarship, and foreign language acquisition. They also serve to inspire and inform students, preparing them with the skills necessary to effectively engage with local and global communities and become culturally perceptive citizens.  

Who is Eligible

Eligibility requirements to participate in study abroad programs include being 18 years of age or older by the date of departure, completing of 12 college-level units with a GPA of 2.0 or higher, being in good academic standing and making satisfactory progress, and a student conduct review. Program space is limited and spaces will be allotted on a first-come first-serve basis.

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