The Daegu Gyeongbuk English Village (DGEV) has been established via a partnership between the University of Colorado Colorado Springs and Yeungjin College located in Daegu, South Korea. The purpose of the DGEV is to train students of all ages in the usage of the English language and cultivate a global learning environment for the 21st Century. Additionally we wish to establish an environment which provides English education of South Korean citizens in an experiential learning environment of western cultures.
Bridge Courses provide the option of short-term academic study and English language study at the UCCS campus. Courses range from four to eight weeks though adjustments may be considered. For more information please contact Ms. Mary Hanson firstname.lastname@example.org, 1-719-255-3218.
International Faculty Training Programs provide opportunities for faculty and administrators to study at UCCS in an academic area as well as English language and culture over a specified number of weeks. The programs are flexible in regards to topics and duration and provide an excellent opportunity for international educators to spend time in the United States with their peers. For more information please contact Ms. Mary Hanson email@example.com, 1-719-255-3218 or Mr. Anthony Shull at firstname.lastname@example.org, 1-719-255-7528
The Balsells Graduate Fellows Program within the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences provides graduate fellowships to outstanding students from Catalonia to pursue master’s degrees in various fields of engineering and computer science. Funding is provided by partnership between the Balsells Foundation and the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. For information please contact Ms. Nancy Hoist email@example.com, 719-255-3543 or Ms. Wangyun Chao firstname.lastname@example.org 719-255-7218. http://www.uccs.edu/eas/academics/balsells.html
Women’s and Ethnic Studies 2900: Introduction to Global Studies within the College of Letters, Arts & Sciences is a two-week, independent study travel course for high school students. The course is designed to supplement existing international travel, earn university credit, and learn while experiencing new cultures. For more information please contact Dr. Abby Ferber email@example.com, 719-255-4139 or go to: http://www.uccs.edu/lases/programs-/global-works-travel-program.html
The Travel Study Courses for language learning within the College of Letters, Arts & Sciences offers International Field Courses and Exchange Programs in Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Spain, France and other countries. For more information please go to: http://www.uccs.edu/languagecenter/study-abroad.html
The Counseling Study Abroad Program provided by the Department of Counseling and Human Services within the College of Education involves a two-week study tour, public school visits, and counseling course in South Korea during the month of May. The program includes three graduate credits which are applied to COUN 6111. For more information please contact; Dr. Julaine Field firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Rhonda Williams email@example.com.
The College of Business Global Education Programs provide a myriad of international study and partnership opportunities ranging from certificate programs to dual degree programs with short interim field excursion studies to summer study abroad to semester and year-long abroad programs. Partnering with accredited business schools in Germany, Taiwan, France, Austria, Sweden, and the Netherlands the College of Business at UCCS is determined to prepare students for success in the international business community. For more information please go to: http://www.uccs.edu/business/index/academics/international-programs.html. For information regarding COB study abroad undergraduate programs please contact Ms. Rashell McCann firstname.lastname@example.org. For information regarding COB study abroad graduate programs please contact email@example.com. For international partnering please contact Mr. Tom Zwirlein firstname.lastname@example.org.
(All, I am currently working on some program delivery shells that we’ll eventually be able to link to from here for the International Faculty Training Programs. In the interim our contact information will give those interested a way in which to get more information. A lot to do yet.) Any other programs that would make sense in listing at this point please forward on to me? At one point I would like to have a College section here dedicated to the programs from the the various UCCS colleges/schools which lists their international initiatives (eg., the COB, LAS exchange programs, CoEAS Balsells program, research, etc.) Our approach to this has always been what the OIA has done/is doing; however, it’s time we shine a spotlight on what the faculty are doing. Naturally, this information will need to be collected and paragraphs typed up with links where appropriate.