Field schools allow you to have an immersive experience while travelling and studying with other students and faculty leads. Because field schools are typically much shorter than exchanges (usually 3 to 5 weeks), the cost of participation is usually significantly less than an exchange.
Upcoming Field Schools
North Island College's Office of Global Engagement is excited to announce two field school opportunities for students (travel permitting):
- Jordan: a 3 week Field School contributing to the Khirbat al-Mukhayyat Archaeological Project, also called the Town of Nebo Archaeological Project. This field school will take place in June 2022.
- Japan: a 10 day Field School to the coastal city of Wakayama, in Japan's Kansai Region. Fishing, Indigeneity and the Asia Pacific will take place in 2023.
It’s hard to put into words how extraordinary an experience it was. Anyone who has the opportunity to do a field school should do it. You learn so much, not just about another culture, but about yourself. It was life changing.
Complete the Study Abroad Application package and submit it to NIC’s Office of Global Engagement.
If you are interested in taking part in a field school in another part of the world, speak with faculty and your department chair about possibly creating a new field school.