Marquette University

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Summer School

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Project GO students
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Experience U.S. Higher Education For a Summer at Marquette University!

 

Launching June 11 - June 29, 2018

 

Spend three weeks at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin studying topics such as international business and U.S. history, and honing your English language skills. Immerse yourself in U.S. culture while you explore the city of Milwaukee and live in Marquette's residence halls. This program is open to undergraduate students at Marquette’s partner institutions. Please note that students must arrive in Milwaukee by June 10th and stay through June 29th.

 

Program Components

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Students select from several course options, taking up to 6 credits.

Courses
· Grammar for Academic Purposes (2 credits)
· Listening & Speaking (3 credits)
· United States in the Twentieth Century (3 credits)
· Global Environment of Business (3 credits)

Housing and Food
· Stay in on-campus residence halls
· Eat 3 meals a day in the residence halls

Excursion
· Optional weekend excursion to Chicago

Cost
The estimated program cost varies depending on the total number of credits selected.

· Tuition: $710 per credit (choose 2 to 6 credits)
· Meals, housing, local transportation, & excursion
to Chicago:
$1,325
· Health insurance: $157

Airfare, books, and all out-of-pocket expenses are not included in this estimate.


Explore Milwaukee

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Milwaukee, Wisconsin is located two hours from Chicago and is home to 10 Fortune 500 companies. The city offers 10 miles of lakefront and 15,000 acres of parks, bike paths and beaches.

Milwaukee is often called a big small town. Vibrant and cosmopolitan yet accessible and friendly, it offers everything for your social life, including cultural activities, great restaurants, sports, music, and performance and visual arts. Learn more about our city.

Contact studyabroad@marquette.edu for more information.

 
 
 
 

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