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Field schools are typically either a faculty-led course taught abroad (normally during the summer term) or a summer school offered by a Concordia partner university abroad. For both, experiential learning plays an important role by providing both teaching and a learning-experience abroad related to course contents. While several models and examples of field schools at Concordia exist, they typically match one of the following examples:
A Concordia course taught by a Concordia faculty member abroad.
Courses taken for transfer credit at a partner university’s summer school.
Courses taught at a host institution with a Concordia professor’s supervision.
Non-credited workshops/activities abroad led by a Concordia professor.
Field schools programs mobilize students, and offer experiential, transformative learning experiences within the structure of a Concordia course.
For more information on Faculty-Led Field Schools, visit Concordia International's Establishing a Faculty-Led Field School webpage.