Programs : Brochure
- Locations: Copenhagen, Denmark; Helsinki, Finland; Stockholm, Sweden
- Program Terms: Summer
- Dates / Deadlines
All TnCIS programs are academic in nature and course work that takes advantage of the program location will be the central focus. Programs offered by TnCIS through any member institution are in keeping with SACSCOC policies for each respective institution where compliance is monitored at the institutional level. TnCIS program courses are for credit only.
On the Grand European Capitals I program, students will enroll in ONE course. For more information about each of these courses, including pre-requisites and syllabi, use the button provided below.
In the GEC I program students will have the option of taking one of the following courses: Life Span Psychology, Computer Applications, Principles of Macroeconomics, and Contemporary Topics in Scandinavian Marketing. Students in the GEC II program will have the option of taking one of the following courses: Independent Study in Economics, Developmental Psychology/Lifespan Development, Principles of Financial Accounting, Fundamentals of Speech Communication, English Composition II, and Special Topics in Marketing.
Please Note: Prospective students should be aware that study abroad programs require a great deal of walking. You should be prepared to walk between one and five miles each day. You may also walk over steep, uneven, possibly slippery or rocky terrain, even in cities.
Excursions May Include
Depending on the course that you take, professors will arrange local academic site visits related to their courses, therefore not all excursions will include all students. As a group, we may take part in:
• Walking tour of Helsinki, Soumenlinna, Temppeliaukio Church, Senate Square and Market Square
• Walking tour of Stockholm, Skansen, Vasa Museum, Gamla stan, Stocholm Palace
• Walking tour of Copenhagen, The Little Mermaid, Rundetaarn, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
Each student will be provided with means of transportation in each city and the opportunity to visit world-famous museums and other points of cultural and historic significance. There may be multiple academic site visits in and around the cities of Helsinki, Stockholm, and Copenhagen.
Class schedules will vary due to travel and excursion days/times and will be established by each professor. Classes may be scheduled four to five days a week, usually in the morning and/or early afternoon. Depending on the class, classrooms in the facilities may be used as well as local libraries and other public spaces most suitable for the discipline.
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Summer||2018||02/11/2018 **||December or February||06/04/2018||06/24/2018|
|NOTE: Applications submitted by the early deadline (12/03/2017) will be notified of acceptance in December. Applications submitted by the regular deadline (02/11/2018) will be notified of acceptance in February.|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.