What is a Carleton Course Taught Abroad?

Some academic units offer courses taught abroad, i.e. courses taught by Carleton instructors to Carleton students, outside of Canada. The topics of these courses can change from year to year. They are run in a range of different countries and can be run by different faculty and different departments.  These courses are usually held in the early summer term and typically take place over a three week period.

These courses are open to BGInS students who have third year standing at the time of the course, though EURR 4320 also has some additional course prerequisites.

The four Summer 2018 Carleton Courses Taught Abroad are as follows:

GINS 3300: The Making & Unmaking of International Law (Summer 2018: the Hague, Netherlands)

AFRI 3100: Social Media and the Public Sphere in Africa (Summer 2018: Nairobi, Kenya)

EURR 4302: European Study Tour and Internship Program (Summer 2018: Various)

RELI 3850: Topics in the Study of Religion Abroad (Summer 2018: Israel)

Required Documentation

Students doing a Carleton course taught abroad must complete the Carleton travel registry and the applicable forms and documents for Carleton courses taught abroad.

Note: Only students who have received written confirmation that they have been accepted into a Carleton course taught abroad should submit these forms..