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  • Locations: Dubrovnik, Croatia; Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Zagreb, Croatia
  • Program Terms: Short-Term Spring
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Language of Instruction: English Program Type: Study Abroad
Provider: Faculty-Led Minimum GPA: 2.5
Class Standing: Early College, Freshman, Junior, Senior, Sophomore Faculty Program Leader: Daniel Masters, Theresa Jackson
Advisor: Kara Pike Inman
Program Description:
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Ethnic Conflict and Conflict Management in Former Yugoslavia


Program Description

Program Overview
The breathtaking beauty and rich contemporary culture make it hard to believe that Croatia and Bosnia were central to one of the 20th century’s most brutal wars. This program invites students to explore modern ethnic conflict through an examination of the political and ethnic issues that led to the disintegration of the former Yugoslavia. Students will also delve into how the many ways in which the war’s aftermath continues to indelibly shape the region.

Location & Program Features 
Touring the main areas of the 1990s conflict, in Croatia students will visit Zagreb, the country’s capital which endured Serbian aggression, and Dubrovnik where Serbian attacks on the Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage site, garnered global attention. The program will also take students through Bosnia, with time spent in Mostar, a picturesque village that was a key battleground of the war, one wherein ethnic tension still defines local politics, and Sarajevo, where students will study the city’s brutal four-year siege by Serbian forces. Bosnia’s capital of Sarajevo additionally provides the opportunity for students to learn about Bosnian Muslim culture.


Eligibility 

  • Degree-seeking student
  • Must be at least 18 years of age at time of participation
  • Good judicial standing
  • 2.50+ GPA at time of application

Academic Details

INT 361: Ethnic Conflict and Territorial Disputes (3 credits)

Program Dates

Application Deadline:
December 8, 2019

Tentative Program Dates 
March 6-15, 2020

Financial Details

Estimated Program Fee: $2,927

Program Fee Includes: 

  • 9 nights' accommodation (2 per room)
  • Breakfast
  • One group dinner
  • All entry fees + tours
  • All ground transportation including airport transfers
  • Health insurance
Additional Costs: 
(not included in program fee)
  • International airfare
  • Lunches, some dinners
  • Passport, if needed
Financial Aid and Scholarships

Federal and state financial aid may be applied towards this program. Even if you are normally ineligible for financial aid, you should submit a financial aid application (FAFSA). You may find that you are eligible for additional funding. 

UNCW students may also apply for a UNCW Education Abroad Grant and additional study abroad scholarships. Grant applications and additional information are available at https://uncw.edu/international/abroad/aid.html.


More Information 




This program is currently not accepting applications.