CGE Winter Break Programs are open to all undergraduate and graduate students, including students who do not attend George Mason.
Program participants earn three credits in two weeks or can audit the program course. CGE staff are currently working on arrangements for the 2014 winter break programs. Check back here often for updates or apply online today!
|Ecuador||Spanish Language Study in Quito|
|France||French Language Study in Bordeaux|
|Belize||Ridges to Reefs|
|Cambodia||Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Community Development|
|Central America||Sustainability, Develpment and Tourism in Costa Rica and Nicaragua|
|Colombia||Colombian Geology: Volcanoes, Glaciers, and Surficial Processes|
|Cuba||"Experience Cuba" History, Culture, Tourism and Sustainability|
|Foreign Investment, Development, and Global Integration|
|England||London Theatre Tour|
|Public Relations in London|
|Great Cities||A Journey to Post-Communism: Berlin, Budapest, Belgrade, Sarajevo|
|Greece and Turkey||Cities and Gods from Athens to Istanbul|
|Kenya||Ecology and Conservation|
|Peru||Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail in Peru|
|Switzerland||Survey of International Organizations|
|Vietnam||Culture, Politics and Economy|
Scholarships are available to George Mason students. George Mason students can click here to download the CGE Global Perspectives scholarship application. Mason students may also use financial aid to cover a program's cost. If you are not a George Mason university student check with your study abroad office or office of financial aid to learn more about how to cover the cost of your study abroad.
Center for Global Education
Johnson Center, Room 235
George Mason University
4400 University Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030-4444
We are located on the second
in Room 235 in the Johnson Center above the food court.