- Summer: March 1
About University of Otago Summer
Spend this summer at the second southernmost university in the world. Study landscape development and environmental change in South Island, New Zealand
University of Otago Summer Benefits
- Study at New Zealand's oldest university and a top-ranked research institution
- Located in a premier New Zealand college town, an ideal setting for students interested in both quality academic opportunities and outdoor adventures
- An independent assessment period gives you the flexibility to travel or return to the states to complete your coursework
- Courses include field study opportunities such as Mt. Cook, Queenstown, local museums, coastal environments and a Maori Marae outside of Dunedin
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Academics at University of Otago Summer
Please note that this program has a unique teaching structure: students are in class in Dunedin for three weeks, after which they have seven weeks to complete their final assignments. During this time, students can travel or return to their home country, so long as they complete their final assignment by the deadline.
To view course details, view the University of Otago International School website.
Students enroll in one course for a total of 3 U.S. semester credit hours.
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The IFSA Team
IFSA has a dedicated team who are here to help you prepare to achieve your goals. Feel free to reach out. We are happy to answer your questions!