With nearly eighteen study abroad programs for 2013, students accepted into the program could find themselves studying in China, Scotland, India, South Africa, Turkey, Brazil, and numerous other amazing locations.
Our trip began in Dublin, Ireland's capital, where we visited museums, the historic Kilmainham jail, the Guinness Brewery, and explored Dublin's shopping and dining districts. From Dublin, we traveled to the town of Thurles (pronounced "turl-lis"), which is where we stayed for the bulk of our visit. Here, we completed our coursework. Music Appreciation, British Literature, and Speech were the three courses offered to the students on this trip.
I strongly suggest all students to look into traveling abroad at Vol State with TnCIS. Scholarships are available to eligible students. Learning in another country provides an entirely new perspective on education and opens you up to so many new and diverse viewpoints. Check out www.TnCIS.org to view the available programs.
The program will be taking applications soon. Visit this web page to get details on how to apply here at Vol State: http://www.volstate.edu/International/