Students will spend the duration of the trip exploring both urban and rural Japanese towns and cities, historic museums, hands-on learning about local fishing practices within Japan's indigenous community, and Canada's deep rooted connection to the town of Mio.
Date: 2023 (Exact dates TBA)
GLS 140 - Fishing, Indigeneity and the Asia Pacific (Introductory) or GLS 240 - Fishing, Indigeneity and the Asia Pacific (Comprehensive) – 3 credits
GLS 241 - Field School: Fishing, Indigeneity and the Asia Pacific – 3 credits
The courses will be offered in January 2022 prior to the Field School.
Field schools allow you to have an immersive experience travelling and studying with other students and instructors, but cost less than an exchange due to their shorter duration.
Those interested in this exciting opportunity are welcome to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
To find out if you qualify for financial assistance, check the Study Abroad Financial Support webpage.
Learn more about Study Abroad opportunities at https://www.nic.bc.ca/international/study-abroad/field-schools/.