Faculty Led Summer Program
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This nine-day program immerses students directly into the issues facing international refugees that seek asylum in the Mediterranean island country of Malta. Students will spend 9 days in Malta with intensive site visits including the United Nations Refugee Agency, the International Organization for Migration, the General Workers Union, and various NGO’s committed to assisting refugees with legal council, integration into European culture, and work assistance. While in Malta, students will also have the opportunity to directly help refugees by teaching English during the program. This course also includes visits to major sites in Malta, including visits to Malta’s archaeological sights, Valletta (home of the Knights of Malta), the ‘Silent City’ of Mdina, and other historical sights and museums.
Dr. Edward Zammit is a professor of Industrial Sociology and Industrial Relations at the University of Malta. He received his Doctor of Philosophy and Masters of Literature at Oxford University, as well as his Bachelor's degree at Loyola University Chicago. He knew the namesake of the Rome Center, Mr. John Felice.
Currently he serves as Chairman of the Employment Relations Board, Board Member of the Malta Statistics Authority and the Foundation of Human Resource Development. Formerly he was also Chairman of the Cooperatives’ Board and Deputy Chairman of the Employment and Training Corporation. He is member of the International Industrial Relations Association, the International Sociological Association and the International Institute of Sociology. He has collaborated on a number of research projects under the auspices of the European Trade Union Institute, the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, and the European Commission - particularly on social dialogue. He has issued a number of academic publications on various aspects of work, labour relations and social dialogue with particular reference to Malta.
Students participating in this course will receive 3 credit hours. Subject areas are to be determined.
During this course students will stay in shared apartments at the University of Malta Residence. Some meals are included.
University Residence in Malta
May 7-16, 2015
PROGRAM FEE TO BE DETERMINED INCLUDES:
- Some meals
- All accommodations
- Local transport in Malta
TUITION FEE OF $2,115 INCLUDES:
- 3 Credit hours of Loyola May term tuition
- Lectures from local experts
- All academic excursions and program activities
TOTAL COST: TBD
Not Included: $100 OIP non-refundable application fee, airfare, personal spending money, other meals, optional baggage and travel insurance, and incidental expenses. All students will be required to purchase the Loyola CISI international health insurance separately(approximately $20).
Awards of $2,500 are available for Loyola students. Students must be a full time enrolled Loyola undergraduate who has applied and been accepted to Loyola's May-Term program and demonstrates financial need. Click here for more scholarship information.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, March 23, 2015
Space is limited—apply today!
As part of the online application you must upload a copy of your valid passport or passport application receipt and pay by credit card a $100 non-refundable Office for International Programs (OIP) study abroad fee.
For more information, contact Kelly Heath in the Office for International Programs at email@example.com or 773.508.3307.