Study Abroad

Study Abroad with G-RAP

Students in Moscow, 2014

G-RAP sets itself apart from the other RAPs at CU-Boulder in its avid promotion of study abroad. Both the director and associate director of G-RAP lead  short-term study abroad programs in the summer. These CU Global Seminars offer students upper division CU Boulder credits, and qualified G-RAP students receive priority consideration, as well as access to special scholarships.

G-RAP encourages students to begin considering semester and year-length study abroad programs as early as their first year.

St. Petersburg, Russia – May-June, 2015

This program is based in St. Petersburg, where students can earn nine credit hours by studying Russian language & culture. Students take intensive Russian language classes in the morning, visit palaces, museums, churches in the afternoon and attend social events, concerts, operas and ballets in the evening.

Russia Global Seminar Brochure 2014-2015

Students in Bolivia

Students in Bolivia

Coroico, Bolivia – June, 2015

This Global Seminar led by G-RAP associate director Carol Conzelman focuses on the Yungas region in Bolivia. A three-credit course, ANTH 4020: Democracy and Development in Bolivia appeals to students majoring in anthropology, geography, international affairs, environmental studies, political science, economics, and other related disciplines. The course takes place in a rural area with a majority indigenous population, and it focuses on the integrated livelihood strategies and political organization of local communities.

Bolivia Global Seminar Brochure 2014-2015