Study at the University of York this Summer

The Department of Chemical Engineering is launching a new 6-credit summer course at the University of York; CHE392:  Energy, Sustainability & Society. This course is suitable for students pursuing a degree in engineering, science or political science.   The program runs from July 13 – August 21, 2015.  For more information visit


Study Archaeology in Torano di Borgorose

The San Martino Archaeological Field School is a summer program designed to teach students about archaeological field and laboratory methods, geophysical prospection in archaeology, and the archaeology of ancient Italy. The course is taught on site in  central Italy, and participants learn through first-hand experience  excavating at the San Martino site as well as through lab work,  assisting in geophysical studies, lectures, readings, and guided  museum and archaeological site visits. Participants live in the small town of Torano di Borgorose, where they have the opportunity to  learn about life in modern as well as ancient Italy.  The program runs from  July 10 – August 10, 2015. For more information visit

Torano di Borgorose, Italy

Visit Rennes, France this Summer

Rennes has had a sister city relationship with Rochester for more than 40 years and has long welcomed UR students to study. Students meet every weekday in a building located in a picturesque cobblestone street in central Rennes.  Afternoons and evenings are usually free for exploring the city, enjoying its cafes and restaurants, parks and markets.  Students receive 6 credits for either FR 157 or FR 207.  The program runs from June 24 – July 23, 2015.  For more information visit


Study in Berlin, Germany this Summer

Geographically and politically at the center of the new Europe, Berlin links Eastern and Western Europe and will show you the world as you’ve never seen it before.  The group will tour Berlin and the surrounding areas by land and by boat. Students will have the benefit of a family homestay experience while in Berlin. Students enroll in either German 157 or German 207, either of which can count toward a humanities cluster in German, or toward the Major or the Minor in German. Students receive 6 credits. The program runs from May 22 – June 20, 2015.  For more information visit