Zagreb, Croatia’s capital, is the economic and cultural center of the country. The city is a dynamic European hub with a lively café culture and a broad range of architectural monuments from the thirteenth-century St. Mark’s Church, with its elaborately tiled roof, and the massive Gothic Zagreb Cathedral, with Glagolitic inscriptions, to the eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Austro-Hungarian parks and city center.
Students who participate in this internship will attend language classes several times a week at the University of Zagreb that focus on developing advanced-language proficiency. They will carry out internships in the target language that correspond with their various disciplines and professional interests.
2 May–27 July 2018
Students will be responsible for their own housing and meals. The program director will help provide information on housing resources in Ljubljana and Zagreb.
Students are required to enroll in a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester (this means 6 credit hours per term of spring-summer combined). Interns may choose from the following courses according to language skills:
FLANG (Croatian) 305R Language Skills Development (4 variable credit hours)
FLANG (Croatian) 321R Advanced Grammar (3 credit hours)
SLN 330 Cultural History of Croatian (3 credit hours)
FLANG (Croatian) 350R Advanced Language Study for Career Purposes (3 credit hours)
FLANG (Croatian) 490R Special Studies in Second Language Acquisition (3 variable credit hours)
IAS 399R International Internship (9 variable credit hours)
BYU program costs will include LDS undergraduate tuition (increased cost for graduate and non-LDS students), University of Ljubljana or Zagreb tuition, internship placement, and international health insurance coverage
Does not include housing (about €10 a night), textbooks ($30–35), airfare, personal expenses, and meals.
Students are required to participate in the prep course IAS 369R during the second block of winter semester. Part-time BYU students and non-BYU students will need to pay an additional $250 (approximately) tuition fee for enrolling in the required pre-departure class.
Regular BYU tuition scholarships and Federal Insured Student Loans may be applied to international programs.
Students who submit the financial aid section of the ISP application, and who have a current FAFSA form on file at the Financial Aid Office (A-41 ASB), will be considered for a Study Abroad scholarship.
Academic departments and colleges may assist with scholarships and grants. Private grants and scholarships outside of BYU may also assist (see kennedy.byu.edu/scholarships).
The College of Humanities provides a $2,000 program discount for international internships. Contact Professor Lundberg for details.
Complete the online application at kennedy.byu.edu/apply. The application requires a $35 fee.
Students will be notified via e-mail of their acceptance into the program.
Applicants will be interviewed once the application is complete.
Deadline: 20 December 2017
Dr. Grant Lundberg, a professor of Russian, is the faculty mentor of the internship program.
INTERESTED STUDENTS SHOULD CONTACT
International Study Programs
ISP reserves the right to cancel this program, revise its offerings, or make any adjustments to the preliminary cost estimates due to conditions beyond its control.