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  • Application Process for Study Abroad : Saint Anselm College
    Study Abroad Office before applying for any program Apply If you are ready to apply to a study abroad program you need to be logged in to your study abroad account on the application site You can then apply as follows Go to the interactive world map or the advanced search to find the specific program in which you are interested Click the Apply link next to the program name This will link you to the application process for that specific program Read through the application forms carefully and complete fully Once your application is complete the Study Abroad Office will review your information You ll receive an email with your application status If your application is approved you will then complete the Study Abroad Enrollment Forms Detailed informated about the Enrollment Forms will be provided with your approval notification Program Provider or Host Institution After you are notified by the study abroad office that you have been Approved to study abroad you will then need to click on the link to the specific program and follow the application instructions for the specific program provider or host institution Do not delay because some programs and locations are very popular and may fill early Students are responsible for the application fee required by the provider organization or host institution A complete application usually includes Application Form Official Transcript Academic Reference Form Personal Statement Preliminary Course Selection Information Each program provider has different requirements confirm requirements with provider prior to starting the application process Simply clicking the Apply button from the SAC application website does not complete the application process It is your responsibility to make sure you have filled out all required and relevant application and enrollment materials necessary for the program you wish to attend Complete the Course Approval process

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  • Financial Planning : Saint Anselm College
    Study Abroad Events and Deadlines Semester and Year Abroad Semester In Orvieto Italy Summer and Winter Abroad Global Seminars How to Apply Financial Planning Scholarship Resources Accepted Students Peer Mentor Student Profiles Study Abroad Blog Saint Anselm College Home Page Academics Study Abroad Financial Planning Main Content Financial Planning Studying abroad is an investment in your future Like any other type of investment it requires careful planning and management However the personal academic and professional rewards that you will gain from this experience will last a lifetime The following information is provided in order to better assist prospective and current study abroad applicants in planning and financing their international experience Program Cost Information Please see the respective funding page for the type of program you are interested in Each page outlines the policies and procedures specific to paying for your term abroad Semester or Year Abroad Summer or Winter Abroad Questions If you have questions about how your financial aid package can be applied to your study abroad program please contact the Office of Financial Aid at 603 641 7110 Saint Anselm College A Catholic Benedictine Liberal Arts College 100 Saint Anselm Drive Manchester New Hampshire 03102 603 641 7000

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  • Accepted Students : Saint Anselm College
    Enrollment Forms on the Study Abroad Portal All enrollment forms are due by prior to the mandatory pre departure session The following forms must be submitted and or completed online Communication Authorization Course Approval Form with signatures of your Department Chair the Director Study Abroad non Saint Anselm programs only Passport Details Copy Pre Departure Orientation Acknowledgement Program Sponsor Acceptance Letter non Saint Anselm programs only Waiver of Liability Release Form 4 Finances Aid and Scholarships The cost of each program varies depending on the length location and other level of support Students participating on non Saint Anselm semester programs must complete the Consortium Agreement for Financial Aid semester year abroad form summer abroad form Visit the Financial Planning page for more information about utilizing your financial aid while abroad The Office of Financial Aid is the main contact for questions regarding how your financial aid will be applied to your study abroad program 5 Travel Book your flight Your program provider will provide you with information on purchasing your plane ticket In the past some students have booked their tickets through STA Travel and Student Universe travel agencies that specialize in working with students studying and traveling overseas 6 Talk with your Family Continue to discuss your study abroad plans with your family program location costs financial aid scholarships classes and grading 7 Housing Considerations Inform the Office of Residence Life and Education that you will be studying abroad Students that have resided on campus the student prior to going abroad are guaranteed housing upon their return from abroad Residential Life has set out the follow procedures for securing on campus housing upon your return from studying abroad Spring Semester Abroad Steps for Participating in Housing Lottery when studying abroad in the spring Be certain to pay your 300

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  • Meet Dan Bartley...Study Abroad Peer Mentor : Saint Anselm College
    ll also be with a group of students from around the country with different views and beliefs Studying abroad allowed me to appreciate different customs and beliefs while I got to experience a part of the world I had never seen What was the most memorable experience you had while studying abroad To say I love sports would be an understatement I loved soccer or I should say football before I went abroad but I loved it even more after I came back My most memorable experience would have to have been attending football matches in Europe From a 3 rd Division League game in the city of Linz Austria to seeing German powerhouse Bayern Munich play in front of 71 000 fans there is nothing more enthralling than watching a football match in Europe Football matches were also a great way to observe and experience local attitudes and beliefs of people in a setting that is so important in every aspect of their life What was the biggest obstacle you had to face while studying abroad The biggest obstacle for me studying abroad was getting myself to travel on my own and interact with locals in German The students you travel abroad with will become lifelong friends but if you re not careful you ll find yourself staying in your comfort zone of only traveling with American students and speaking English I wanted to come back with a better proficiency in the German language and once I traveled on my own and interacted with locals in German I noticed that Austrians who I met saw I was making an effort to become a part of their community and culture instead of a student or tourist that will only remember the sights and sounds of their country What was your first week like abroad There were so many emotions going through my mind during my first week I had to get accustomed to speaking a different language I remember I froze up and walked away from a deli counter in a Supermarket the day I arrived in Salzburg when an employee asked me if she could help me with anything but I got over that initial fear Ingrid my resident director and her assistant Nicole made themselves available to answer any questions I had Aside from orientation there was plenty of time for me to explore Salzburg and get accustomed to day to day life there AIFS knew we were all anxious to see the city and country that would become home for the next three months They gave us all the information we needed to know but did not baby us that first week Would you recommend this program to others Why or why not I would most certainly recommend this program to anyone Ingrid and Nicole made me feel very comfortable They also took an interest in my own likes and hobbies and always made recommendations for things like places to eat if I wanted a hamburger or

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  • Student Profiles : Saint Anselm College
    Profiles Kristine Adams Olivia Babine Jennifer Doder Kelly Flathers Brendan McCormick John Rogeri Basirat Sanni Study Abroad Blog Summer School Internships Partnerships Careers and Graduate School Library Saint Anselm College Home Page Academics Study Abroad Student Profiles Main Content Student Profiles How can you be sure that studying abroad is right for you Do you have questions that a brochure can t answer Wondering what other students have to say about their study abroad experience Below are some frequently asked questions students ask answered by other students Click through to each participants page to learn more Name Kristine Adams Majors International Relations and Spanish Year of Graduation 2016 Term Abroad Summer 2014 Study abroad program Universidad Nacional de Córdoba through Spanish Studies Abroad Location of study abroad program Córdoba Argentina Read more Name Olivia Babine Major International Relations and Economics Year of Graduation 2015 Term Abroad Fall 2013 Study abroad program Moulay Ismaïl University International Studies Abroad through ISA Location of study abroad program Meknes Morocco Read more Name Jennifer Doder Major Criminal Justice Year of Graduation 2015 Term Abroad Spring 2014 Study Abroad Program Lorenzo de Medici The Italian International Institute through API Location Florence Italy Read more Name Kelly Flathers Major International Relations Asian Studies Minor Year of Graduation 2015 Term Abroad 2013 2014 Academic Year Study abroad program Fudan University through the Education Abroad Network Location Shanghai China Read more Name Brendan McCormick Major Criminal Justice Year of Graduation 2015 Term Abroad Spring 2014 Study Abroad Program National University of Ireland Galway Location Galway Ireland Read more Name John Rogeri Major Economics Year of Graduation 2016 Term Abroad Summer 2014 Study Abroad Program University of Granada through ISA Location Granada Spain Read more Name Basirat Sanni Major Sociology Minors Psychology and Peace Justice Studies Year of Graduation

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  • General Information : Saint Anselm College
    Enroll Saint Anselm College actively seeks a diversity of students The college admits students of any race creed color national and ethnic origin to all the rights privileges programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school Saint Anselm College does not discriminate on the basis of race color creed national and ethnic origin in administration of our educational policies admissions policies scholarships and loan programs

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  • Course Descriptions : Saint Anselm College
    anselm edu or 603 641 7490 for more information and to apply for Internship before registering Top Education ED 350 GETTING SCHOOLED EDUCATION POLICY AND SCHOOL REFORM ONLINE Many Americans understand that education in the United States is fraught with politics From funding disparities between school districts to teachers qualifications from prayer in schools to teaching Darwinism from high stakes testing to the United States performance rankings globally political perspectives inform how people respond to controversial issues in schools This class will enable students to build a framework for understanding policy contests in the educational context and point to broad bi partisan policy proposals for reforming education in America Top English EN 110 INTRO TO HUMAN COMMUNICATION This course introduces the general areas and concentrations of the study of communication relating to everyday communication interactions Students investigate concepts and basic theories related to a variety of communication contexts including intrapersonal interpersonal group organizational mediated gender and intercultural This course is designed to be an entry level introduction to the discipline of Communication EN 221 PUBLIC SPEAKING This course stresses building effective speaking skills necessary for professional careers and participation in civic life Students learn various strategies that are available for assessing and meeting the demands of speaking situations Assignments include a series of informative persuasive and commemorative speeches EN 236 18 th CENTURY BRITISH LITERATURE The study of British literature from the late seventeenth century to the early nineteenth century decades in which Enlightenment ideals spread across Europe print culture expanded dramatically and exploration and trade brought a new awareness of the larger world analysis and criticism of representative works of poetry Pope Swift Johnson Gray drama Behn Goldsmith Sheridan and prose Addison and Steele Defoe Swift Fielding Austen EN 251 SHAKESPEARE Close reading of representative comedies histories and tragedies EN 481 EN 482 INTERNSHIP Student originated internships supervised by the English Department in areas of communication publishing journalism and theater Four credits each Top Fine Arts FAH 101 INTRODUCTION TO ART An introduction to the language and history of the visual arts including the visual elements media and methods used by artists and a chronological survey of the major periods artists and works in the history of art Open to students from all backgrounds with no previous experience in the visual arts necessary FAS 110 DRAWING I A beginning level course open to students with little or no visual arts experience The methods of rendering a variety of subjects including still life portrait and human figure in a variety of drawing media The works of contemporary and historical artists are examined through slide lectures Studio and materials fees charged FAS 220 PAINTING I The principles of color theory and composition are explored in this introduction to the materials and tools of oil painting Students work from life to create still lifes portraits figure studies and landscapes Studio work is complemented by readings critical writings museum visits and discussion of artistic works of the past and present In addition to the studio fee students are responsible for purchase of paints and some supplies FAS 240 PHOTOGRAPHY I An introduction to black and white photography including the history technique and aesthetics of photography Students are taught to operate a 35mm camera develop black and white film and make prints Assignments stress the different elements involved in making a successful photograph Students are expected to have their own manually operated 35mm camera Studio and materials fees charged FAS 272 DIGITAL ART IMAGING I An introduction to the use of the computer as an artistic instrument The intent of this class is to provide students with the fundamental information and skills needed to analyze and produce digital media and apply those skills to both fine art and commercial environments Creative and expressive approaches are favored Materials fees charged Top History HI 101 ORIGINS OF EUROPEAN CIVILIZATION Western Civilization from its Middle East origins to approximately 1600 HI 374 ST HOLLYWOOD AND U S HISTORY Few institutions of pop culture loom larger in the popular imagination than movies Since the advent of film movies have reflected social political and cultural change even as they have helped to shape values and ideas in American society at large This course examines the phenomenon of Hollywood filmmaking and encourages students to see movies in a different way as historical sources windows through which we can understand the social political and cultural transformations of the twentieth century America Top Modern Languages and Literature SP 150 SPANISH SEMESTER II This course is a continuation of SP 100 and helps students with a basic knowledge of Spanish improve all four skills of reading writing speaking and listening In addition to a review of vocabulary and grammar and task oriented practice through in class activities online exercises and chapter projects oral and or writing intensive the course material includes topics of historical and cultural importance corresponding to the Spanish speaking world aimed at helping students develop cultural knowledge culturally appropriate behavior and cultural empathy SP 150 involves three class hours and one weekly session of conversation with a Native Speaker SP 200 SPANISH SEMESTER III ONLINE An integrated course for students having a basic command of Spanish Later phases of the course include introduction to a variety of cultural and literary reading selection in Spanish SP 300 SPANISH SEMESTER IV An integrated course for students having a basic command of Spanish Later phases of the course include introduction to a variety of cultural and literary reading selection in Spanish Top Philosophy PH 105 A HUMAN NAUTRE SEMINAR MIND AND COSMOS This introductory course deals with the traditional topics of speculative philosophy pertaining to Nature the human person and God PH 105 B HUMAN NATURE SEMINAR LOVE AND DEATH Love and Death define the human condition as perhaps no other pair of concepts can What is this thing called love and how is it a response to what Camus calls the cruel mathematics of human mortality This course examines the basic problems

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  • Study Tours : Saint Anselm College
    Academics Summer School Study Tours Main Content Study Tours The following summer study or field studies programs are being offered during the summer session If you have questions please contact the coordinators for each program Course Sec Course Title Instructor Credit Italy CL 280 A Archaeological Fieldwork Rulman 03 by Arr CL 280 B Archaeological Fieldwork George 03 by Arr CL 281 A Study Tour Seminar George 03 by Arr

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