The Zambian Experience: Words in Action
About the Program
What is a global citizen? Find out in Zambia. Embark on a two-week odyssey halfway around the world. Imagine seeing natural wonders, going on safari, and serving a Community Partner. Partner with Zambian artists to tell stories that matter to everyone. Your life will forever change.
Earn 3 total credits in:
CAS 263 International Digital Video Film Making 3 Credits
HUM 263 Theatre as Social Change: Devised Performance in Zambia 3 Credits
Participation in this program will:
- Fulfill the International Studies Core Requirement
- Complete the Experiential Learning Requirement (EXP)
*Note: if you go over 18 credit hours (including these 3 hours) for Spring 2019, you will be charged the overload credits fees
Duane Battle (CAS), email@example.com
Scott Plate (THE/DAN), firstname.lastname@example.org
Travel Portion: May 7 - May 19
May 7 (Lusaka) Arrive in Lusaka, Zambia
May 9-11 (Lusaka) Tour the Barefeet Theater and other sites
May 12-14 (Livingston) Explore Victoria Falls, Museums, and the local market
Tour on a Game Drive Safari
May 15 (Lusaka) Return to Lusaka and participate in a Serviec proejct
May 16-18 (Lusaka) Attend Workshops and Watch Performances
May 19 Return to the U.S.
Program Cost and Fees
Program Fee: *$4,000
*Cost is subject to change and will be finalized Fall 2018. See Study Abroad for specifics including financial aid.
Includes travel, lodging, events, and some meals
$300 non-refundable deposit will secure your space in the program
Full Time Students: The 3-hours of tuition will be counted toward the Spring 2019 semester.
Part- Time Students: Will be charged the tuition costs for 3 credit hours.
See Study Abroad for more details.
Tuition, flight, housing, land transportation, some meals, visa, admission fees, tours, and more…
What’s not included?
Passport, spending money…
Based on financial need additional financial aid may be available.
* Given changing dollar exchange rates, BW reserves the right to make adjustments to the itinerary and program costs as needed.
Prior language study or course-work NOT required
Required – 2.5 GPA, clear student conduct record, must have completed 1 semester at BW to be eligible to apply
Final admittance is subject to faculty leader approval after interviews have been conducted. (note: not all students will be invited for an interview)
Before you are accepted in a Study Abroad program, Explorations/Study Abroad will verify that you meet the following requirements:
- You meet the minimum GPA required for the program you have selected.
- You have not had any student conduct violations within the past 12 months (we will verify this with the student conduct office).
- You have completed at least 1 semester at BW.
- Click the "Apply Now" button.
- Login using your BW user name and password.
- Read and complete the list of application requirements.
- Complete the Interest Statement:
- Open this section on your application portal
- Answer the questions.
- Copy and paste your answers in a word document
- Email your word document to your academic advisor. Your advisor will need to review your responses prior to completing the Advisor Recommendation (outlined below).
- Request your Electronic Academic Advisor Recommendation:
- Open this section on your application portal.
- Search for your advisor by name
- Click send.
- Your advisor will receive an email letting them know they need to login to the Study Abroad website to complete a recommendation form.
- Upload a profile photo
- Read the Academic Expectations- open on your application portal and electronically sign
- Read the Risk and Requirements Form- open on your application portal and electronically sign
- Faculty Interview- Once the above items are complete, the faculty will be in touch to schedule an interview. Final admittance will be determined by the faculty leaders. *Please note, not all applicants will be invited to interview.
If you are accepted in the program, you will be notified via email from the Study Abroad Office. You will need to login to your BW Study Abroad Application Portal to access Part 2 of the application. You will need to commit to participating and submit a $300 non-refundable deposit (details on how to submit the deposit will be outlined on your application portal). This deposit will reserve your space in the program. The remainder of the documents on Part 2 are due by your programs application deadline.
If you decide to cancel your application after committing, your deposit will be forfeited and you may be subject to an additional $300 cancellation fee. Details regarding this are outlined in the Statement of Responsibility and Waiver of Liability.pdf