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Congratulations 2014 Alpha Sigma Nu InducteesPlease join us in congratulating this year’s Alpha Sigma Nu inductees from nursing, Jacob Armstrong, Sonya Wyrobek, and Kennedy Chelberg.
Kelsie Deisinger receives Student Leader of the Year Award from EnactusCongratulations to SU nursing student, Kelsie Deisinger (BSN ’15), who received the Student Leader of the Year Award and was one of 2 finalists for the Ambassador of Enactus award. She will receive two scholarships as a result of her accomplishments in Seattle Enactus.
New SU Clinical Performance Lab Video TourNever had a chance before to
visit our state-of-the-art nursing training facility? Check out this new
video tour of the Seattle University Clinical Performance Lab and see for
yourself where our students learn their essential nursing skills.
Regardless of the program you are applying for, ALL STUDENTS are required to submit their application via the Education Abroad Office online application system, HORIZONS. Students will be prompted to choose which program they are applying for and then will be directed to a series of standard short-term or long-term immersion questions and a set of questions specific to nursing and their chosen program. In addition, for both short-term and long-term programs you will need to obtain two letters of support/recommendation from an S.U. faculty member speaking to your potential for success in an education abroad program. You will provide the faculty member instructions and they will log-on to the HORIZONS system to complete the recommendation online. Submission of an application indicates you grant permission to the CON to review your unofficial transcript to verify your GPA and academic standing as part of the application process.
All applications for short-term programs (≤ 4 weeks: Belize, Nicaragua) are due to HORIZONS by 13 December 2013.
All applications for 2013-2014 long-term SU sponsored programs (> 4 weeks; Sweden) are due to HORIZONS by 10 January 2014.
Sweden - for undergraduates
The Mälardalen Nursing Program allows students to study nursing in a country renowned for justice-oriented health and social policy. Students study the role of nursing in the Scandinavian healthcare system while gaining practical experience through clinical courses alongside Swedish and foreign exchange students. This is the only long-term study abroad program available for nursing students, who will spend two quarters in Sweden, taking all nursing courses. This programs also fits within a modified nursing program of study and does not extend the student’s expected graduation date. The program is currently for TRANSFER nursing students only.
Click here for the 2014 Sweden Course Flyer and Education Abroad Office program page. Please contact Jennifer Fricas, Global Engagement Director, for more information.
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