The Joint Program in English and American Studies
Graz International Summer SchoolGraz International Summer School at Seggau Castle is now accepting applications. Students who are interested in going to Austria for this program should contact their respective program advisor to make sure credit can be transferred in to your graduate program. After that, please see us to discuss the next steps, contacts, etc. Dates are usually the first two weeks of July.
Semester in Venice
The English Department (with help from the Erasmus+ Fund and Ca’ Foscari University - Venice) is now accepting applications for a one-semester period to be spent studying full-time at Ca’ Foscari University, Venice, Italy, in Spring 2017. The successful applicant will spend 6 months in Venice, receiving 850 Euros per month and an additional 1100 Euros towards travel expenses to and from Venice.
Graduate students can apply by filling out the APPLICATION FORM and submitting it, along with the required additional documentation, to Prof. Andras Kisery, via email attachment.
Further information can be found in the CALL FOR APPLICATIONS. The additional documents required for the application are listed under Art. 6.2. of the Call. Students should consult with their graduate program advisor to make sure that the selected courses will count as eligible transfer credits toward their program, and fill out a LEARNING AGREEMENT form.
(This program has now expired. Please visit the website for updates on its renewal in 2019.)
The English Department (with help from the Erasmus+ Fund and Ca’ Foscari University - Venice) has secured funding (850 euros a month for 6 months & 1100 euros for the travel expenses) to send two students (MFA, Joint Degree MA, Language and Literacy MA, Literature MA) to Ca’ Foscari in fall 2016.
Application materials deadline: February 1, 2016 (PASSED)
The scholarship for Fall 2016 was awarded to Jacqueline Phillips (MA student).
The scholarship for Spring 2017 was awarded to James Mustelier (MFA student).
Last Updated: 12/10/2018 16:15