Students should visit Carolina’s Study Abroad web site for information.
UNC Jewish Studies in Buenos Aires Summer (Summer 2016): The Study Abroad Office, the Department of Romance Studies and the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies are delighted to offer a new undergraduate summer study abroad program in Jewish studies in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This will be a faculty-led program focusing on Jewish life and culture in Buenos Aires, one of the most multicultural and historically diverse cities in Latin America. The Jewish culture and history of Buenos Aires will be studied in a transnational frame, addressing immigration and global issues. Learn more at: http://studyabroad.unc.edu/programs.cfm?pk=2285
Study Abroad in Israel UNC-Chapel Hill offers a variety of study abroad options in Israel, including semester, year-long and summer programs. Carolina students with advanced knowledge of Hebrew can study along with Israelis at any number of Israeli universities, and we also have programs taught in English geared at students with less advanced Hebrew skills. As a student at UNC-Chapel Hill, you can study at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, the University of Haifa, the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Tel Aviv University and the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies. Learn more about Carolina’s study abroad in Israel programs
Archaeological Dig at Huqoq, Israel Led by UNC-Chapel Hill Professor Jodi Magness This field school program, directed by Professor Jodi Magness of UNC-CH (and co-directed by Dr. David Amit of the Israel Antiquities Authority), provides students with the opportunity to participate in an archaeological excavation while learning about ancient and modern Israel. Huqoq (modern Arabic name: Yaquq) is a small ancient village located 1.5 miles to the northwest of the Sea of Galilee in Israel. An ancient synagogue building, the remains of which are still visible in the midst of the ruins of Huqoq, will be the focus of the Huqoq Excavation Project (HEP). Huqoq has never been excavated.