Short-Term Programs provide you with the independence of an exchange but over a shorter time period. Most programs are offered in the summer, and run for two to six weeks. You may qualify for transfer credit and scholarships, depending on the program. Looking for a short-term, independent study abroad opportunity? Camosun exchange students at the Ara Institute of Canterbury, New ZealandApply Now New Zealand Indigenous Study Tour Ara Institute of Canterbury, Christchurch, New ZealandThis study tour explores the Māori and Pasifika path toward self-determination, language revitalization, and community success. You will travel to New Zealand for two weeks and participate in Māori and Pasifika language and theory classes. A marae (meeting ground) stay on the weekend will enhance your immersion experience within the culture and practices.WhenMarch 17 – April 2Deadline to applyDecember 15, 2023 (Closed)InformationFor more information please contact Studyabroad@camosun.ca Korean Language and Culture Hallym University, Chuncheon, South KoreaThe Hallym University experience includes a diverse curriculum, experienced and professional faculty, and a global campus. Located in the northern part of South Korea, you can discover the surrounding mountains and lakes, hop on a quick train ride to Seoul, and visit stunning national parks nearby. WhenJune 01- June 19Deadline to applyThis program is not running in 2023InformationFor more information please contact email@example.com Summer School in Sweden Jönköping University, Jönköping, SwedenWith over 350 exchange partners from all over the world, Jönköping University is one of Sweden’s top international exchange institutions. You will study in the School of Education and Communication where courses examine media, communications, international work, human resources, and education. Program detailsKansai Gaidai University, Japan Asian Summer Studies Program Kansai Gaidai University, Hirakata City, Osaka Prefecture, JapanDiscover Japan and Asia at Kansai Gaidai University. You will study alongside 600+ students from 40 countries. Develop your Japanese language skills, explore changing business topics, examine current social issues, and learn more about Japan's unique history and culture.When Japanese Level 1: June 12 – July 21Japanese Level 2: June 12 – July 21Learning Kansai Japanese: June 12 – June 30Business Japanese: June 12 – June 30Let’s Begin Learning Japanese: June 12 – June 30Deadline to applyApril 28, 2023InformationKansai Gaidai University Summer Online ProgramSummer Program 2023 Central Europe: History & Culture Palacký University Summer School, Olomouc, Czech RepublicHistory, culture, and students are the core of the Czech town Olomouc (Olla-moats), where Palacký University is located. Palacký University is the second oldest university in the Czech Repulic. At Palacký University, you can choose from a variety of courses offered in English and learn Czech as a Foreign Language.WhenDates vary by programInformationPalacky summer school programs Ocha Summer Program, Ochanomizu University, Bunkyo City, Tokyo, Japan Ochanomizu is a women’s university that traces its origins to 1875 and ranks among one of Japan’s top universities. Located in the heart of Tokyo, Ochanomizu is a comprehensive university with a rich history and a close-knit community.Camosun has a short-term program agreement in place that allows up to four Camosun students per year to enrol in one of Ochanomizu’s special summer programs.ProgramsOption 1: Japanese language courses: - Introductory Class for absolute beginners: students with no prior experience learning Japanese - Introductory Class for beginners: students with N5/CEFR A1 or equivalent proficiency - Pre－Intermediate Class: students with N4/CEFR A2 or equivalent proficiencyOption 2: Select one of the following: - Gender, Globalization and Diversity in Contemporary Japan - Food, Crafts and Physical Activities in Japan - Advances in Natural SciencesInformationPlease book an appointment with Study Abroad for program and application information.