Spend your Spring Break with classmates in the wonderful city of Copenhagen, Denmark’s beautiful capital city. This coastal city will serve as the backdrop for your HON 101 course. Long known as one of the “happiest countries in the world” and as the #1 city for work-life balance, you will explore and learn how history, religion, art, spirituality, and philosophy all come together to help one create a better life.
This program is filled with on-site guest lectures, field studies, and cultural activities. Whether you contemplate Confucius while exploring the harbor and waterfront or learn about life and its great mysteries outside the Christiansborg Palace or Rosenborg Castle, this class and trip will prove to be a once in a lifetime experience!
Classe Available (1 hour)
HON 101: Section 044 The Life You Want: Putting It All Together (EL)
Dr. Dan Getz & Dr. Andrew Kelley
This team-taught course will explore and reframe the traditional ideas regarding what kind of life one might want and what role work plays in our lives. We will continue to examine the philosophies encountered in your current and previous HON seminars. Using Copenhagen as our backdrop, we will undoubtedly have wonderful discussions about happiness, aspirations, hopes, and dreams. You will quickly learn how international travel, culture, history, philosophy, religion, and spirituality play an important role in how we live, grow, and view our lives and the lives of others.
March 8 — March 16, 2024
Comprehensive Program Fee of $3,000 includes
- Round-trip airfare from O’Hare
- Twin room with private bath & breakfast daily
- Onsite orientations & tours
- Guest lectures, several class-related events and activities, including visits to major cultural sites and/or museums…and so much more!
Online Pre-Registration (required)
Pre-registration for the March 2024 Spring Break Program Abroad is required.
To pre-register email Jen Jost at email@example.com.
Pre-registration does not require a deposit, and all classes have enrollment maximums, so pre-register early. (Students who need to be wait-listed will be informed.) Courses and programs are contingent on enrollment minimums.
To complete the pre-registration process you must make a nonrefundable $500 deposit on November 1, 2023.
The remaining balance must be paid no later than Friday, January 19, 2024.
You will receive information about deadlines for required documents, the mandatory student program orientation in February, and other program information. (If you do not currently have a valid passport, apply now!)
NOTE: A minimum 2.50 Bradley GPA is required to study abroad. Participating students must be in good academic and disciplinary standing and submit a Medical Clearance Form signed by Bradley University’s health services or your general practitioner. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.