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HIST 1909W Freshman Seminar Abroad: Understanding New Zealand: Re-imagining Kiwi Culture

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ATTENTION ADVENTUROUS FRESHMEN!

The Department of History, the Learning Abroad Center, and Professor Evan Roberts are proud to offer a freshmen-only Fall semester/Winter break study abroad opportunity to learn about and visit New Zealand.

Attend class on the UMN campus beginning on September 30, 2013, and visit beautiful Auckland and Wellington, New Zealand from January 3-18, 2014. In New Zealand:

  • Explore Auckland, a multicultural city overlooking sparkling waters and Wellington, a cosmopolitan urban jewel with a bustling waterfront
  • Wander amidst native plant and bird life while tracing the extraordinary history of Matiu Somes Island, located in Wellington's stunning harbor
  • Learn about Kiwi society by meeting with journalists from the New Zealand Herald and visiting the Parliament to discuss the unique political system

Please note you must apply for this seminar through the Learning Abroad Center first in order to obtain a permission number to register on OneStop. For more information, visit: http://www.umabroad.umn.edu/programs/fsa.php or contact Sarah at tschi066@umn.edu. Registration deadline is Sept 14. Financial aid and scholarships are available. FreshmanSeminar.StudyAbroad.HIST1909W.Fall2013.pdf

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