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Study Abroad
2016 Study Tours

Faculty-led, Short-Term Study Tours

LOCATION   DATES    DURATION    SUBJECTS   FACULTY
PolandMay 14-22, 201610 daysStudying the HolocaustDr. Craig Coenen, Dr. Jack Tabor
SpainJuly 2-20, 201618 daysSpanish Language, Architecture, History and CultureProfessor Daniel D'Arpa

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Cuba Poland     print flyer (pdf)
The Holocaust: Study Abroad in Poland

9 days: May 14-22, 2016

Includes
Accommodations and breakfasts; English-speaking tour assistant; local guides; admission to: Krakow - St. Mary’s church, Schindler’s Factory, synagogues (Remuh and Isaac); Auschwitz - concentration camp museum, Auschwitz Jewish Center; Warsaw - Nozyk synagogue and cemetery, Pawiak Prison, Musem of the History of the Polish Jews, Warsaw Uprising Museum, Jewish Institute; transportation by minibus/coach and Warsaw-Krakow train ticket.
Not Included: travel insurance, gratuities, lunches and dinners.

Highlights
Depart Newark to arrive in Warsaw, Poland for 3 nights. In Warsaw, we will visit its many historic places in the Warsaw Ghetto including the Umshlagplatz, Jewish Cemetery, and Nozyk synagogue and throughout the city. We then take the train to a 2-night stay in Krakow, where we will visit the Jewish Quarter (Kazimierz) and its synagogues, the Jewish ghetto, Oskar Schindler's factory, and Plaszow forced labor camp. We finish our trip with 2 days and nights in Oswiecim, the town nearest to Auschwitz. We will visit Auschwitz and Birkenau as well as explore the history of Oswiecim and Auschwitz sub camps, including Monowitz.

Associated Course
  • HIS215 The Holocaust and Other Genocides (3 credits)

    Faculty Leaders
  • Dr. Craig Coenen (History)
  •   LA123   609-570-3533   coenenc@mccc.edu
  • Dr. Jack Tabor (English)
  • LA133 609-570-3838 taborj@mccc.edu

    Cost:  $2500
    Deposit:  $500 due 12/15/15
    Full Payment Due:  1/25/16
      more details / how to apply
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    Spain Spain     print flyer (pdf)
    Spanish Language, Architecture, History and Culture

    18 days: July 2-20, 2016

    Includes
    roundtrip airfare; all accommodations; 18 breakfasts, 17 lunches, 17 dinners; all ground transportation in Spain in private air conditioned travel buses; all admissions and guided tours in English at each site; roundtrip shuttle between OCC and airport; meal tips, taxes

    Description
    An amazing 18 days / 17 nights guided architectural and cultural journey to some of the most historic and iconic Andalusian cities in Spain. During your time in Granada, Spain you will be enveloped in the Moorish influenced culture, gastronomy, Castilian language and tour the breathtaking Alhambra, the Mezquita of Córdoba, view Picasso's art in his hometown of Málaga, enjoy the pristine coastline of Spain's Sunny Costa del Sol, learn about the mystical dance of "Flamenco," enjoy the art and culture of "tapas," explore underwater caves, enjoy tea in the aromatic Albaicin district, hike the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains, live with a Spanish family or student residence. Your seminar concludes with a live flamenco show and traditional dinner in the Caves of the Albaicin.

    Highlights
    • Reside in a family home, stay in the iconic city of Granada where the fall of the Moorish empire was realized;
    • Visit Granadian sites of the Cathedral of Isabella, the Albaicin, the Arabic tea shops, Arabic baths, hike the Sierra Nevada Mountains, a vineyard, an olive grove, Tapas tour, enjoy the gardens, terraces and patios of the majestic Moorish palace "The Alhambra";
    • Experience excursions to the cities of Málaga, Almería, Córdoba and Tarifa;
    • Swim in the Mediterranean Sea and enjoy the sunny summer days on the famous Costa del Sol;
    • Attend a private flamenco class, a live Flamenco Show with paella and tapa traditional dinner;
    • Enjoy the vistas of the Spanish White Washed villages and towns surrounding Granada;
    • Immerse yourself in the South of Spain and improve your language skills significantly;
    • Attend language course work each morning.

    Associated Courses
  • Spain Study Seminar (3 credits)

    Faculty Leader
  • Prof. Daniel D'Arpa
  •   LA125   609-570-3318   darpad@mccc.edu

    Scholarships available for MCCC students!
    Cost:  $4,302 (trip and MCCC tuition/fees)
    Deposit:  $500 (non-refundable)
    Full Payment Due:  
      Registration
    Begins:  1/4/16
    Ends:  4/30/16
      more details / how to apply
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