Brescia University offers various study abroad opportunities.
Some of these opportunities are also open to alumni and friends of the University. Such is the case with our upcoming May 2014 trip to Budapest, Krakow, Prague, and Vienna. Italy. This trip takes place May 19-30, 2014. Assistant Professor of Political Science, Dr. Anna M. Kuthy, is organizing this trip for Brescia.
Below is the price breakdown until November 30:
|Over 26 Years Old||Under 26 Years Old|
|Flights: Louisville—Budapest, Vienna—Louisville:||$1,700|
|Hotels: 2-3* hotels/double occupancy rooms: $50/night:||$550|
|Train travel between cities if you’re over 26 years old:||$450|
| If you’re under 26 years old:||$250|
|Transportation between train stations/airports and hotels:||$250|
|Food: accounting for lunches and dinners only:||$500|
|Museums if you’re over 26 years old:||$200|
|If you’re under 26 years old:||$100|
For travelers under the age of 30, the price is currently set at $3,732. For those over 30, the price right now is $4,032.
The price includes the following: airfare (Louisville—Budapest, Vienna—Louisville), 2-3 star hotel accommodations, comprehensive insurance, all breakfasts, 4 dinners, travel bus, travel guide, and all excursions included in the trip. Depart from Louisville on May 19th and come back on May 30th.
Additional cost: remaining dinners, lunches, and any additional places you might want to visit.
The prices are adjusted on the first day of each month based on the airline prices. The price that you’re seeing now is guaranteed until the end of November.
The EF College Tours, organizations with which we would be going, has a monthly payment plan. As you enroll, you would have to pay $240 for enrollment fee and insurance. The remaining balance is split into monthly installment of $730 (under 30) and $790 (over 30).
This trip is accompanied by a 3 credit hour course offered in the Spring semester (SA300X). This course will be interdisciplinary and may count towards your major (based on the approval of the Area Coordinator). You don’t have to register for this course to participate in the trip, however.
Students who are majoring or minoring in History, Art, Psychology, Political Science, Theology, or Integrated Studies should give this opportunity serious consideration.