If you plan on studying abroad with SBCC in the spring or summer 2023, don't miss
the application deadline for the Gilman Scholarship. This scholarship selects students
for up to $5,000 to study abroad in Italy, Japan and Costa Rica.
Start the application process today if you haven't done so already. If you are a US Citizen, undergraduate student who is receiving Pell grants, you are eligible to apply.
The deadline to submit the application, which includes a personal essay, follow-up project and an application form, is due on October 6, 2023. Gilman does not accept late submissions and the scholarship is somewhat competitive.
However, SBCC is a top producing institution, which is due to the many support serviced you can utilize. Get in touch with a tutor, the LRC, SBCC Writing Center, the SBCC EOPS Office or with Dr. Menendez at email@example.com to get help with your scholarship essays.
If you have any other questions about the scholarship, you can contact staff at the Department of State (Visit gilmanscholarship.org/contact-us/)
Cuesta College participates in the Central Coast Study Abroad Consortium, which is
run through Santa Barbara City College. Cuesta College students may participate in
any of the consortium programs. Program information, brochures, and applications are
available in the Cuesta College Transfer Center or www.sbcc.edu/studyabroad
Programs at SBCC have all been created with students in mind, and that means different destinations, classes that transfer units to universities, and excursions that will immerse you into the cultures abroad. Not to forget, the program cost is up to 50% or less than the cost of a study abroad program at a 4-year institution! With many scholarships available to study abroad, it's something that can be attainable for you!
Film Studies, Communication in Tokyo, Japan
SUMMER 2023 Learn the concepts and principles of Intercultural Communication as they experience the "old and new" and "urban and rural" Japan. Study the work of classical and contemporary Japanese film directors and how their work has advanced the international art of cinema.
The summer 2023 program to Japan will allow students to learn the concepts and principles
of Interpersonal Communication as they experience the "old and new" and "urban and
rural" Japan by visiting key architectural and cultural sites in the Tokyo area. Students
will gain an appreciation of the historical, cultural, and linguistic diversity of
the country, and will learn how Japanese people view their society and identity. In
addition, students will understand the significance of Japan's relationship with the
United States. This program will offer a valuable experience for students to gain
an understanding of effective communication in a global society.
Additionally, students will study the work of classical and contemporary Japanese directors and how their work has advanced the international art of cinema. The Film Studies course will analyze landmark films by celebrated Japanese directors in terms of theme, structure and cinematic technique. Emphasis will be placed on the role of the “auteur” director. Japanese directorial contributions to specific genres such as sci-fi, martial arts, and horror will be explored.
June 11, 2023 (leave the U.S.) - July 9, 2023 (leave Japan)
Surfing, Stretching & Relaxation, Spanish Grammar in Costa Rica
SUMMER 2023 - STAY TUNED FOR DETAILS.
Sally Saenger will take students to an unforgettable summer of water activities and other adventures in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica.
OTHER STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS
The Transfer Center has additional information, including catalogs, brochures, and applications for the programs listed below. Cuesta students may participate in any of these programs:
California Colleges for International Education
California State University International Programs
Cal Poly International Education Programs
University of California Education Abroad Program
University Study Abroad Consortium
ACCENT International Education Organization
Cultural Experiences Abroad
American Institute for Foreign Study