■ How to apply
Students interested in applying to the
Psychology in Europe program should contact UMW Psychology
Denis Nissim-Sabat. A minimum 2.0 GPA
is required. Once accepted by Professor in Europe
Nissim-Sabat, students register to study abroad
on the UMW Eaglelink portal (go to the
Summer 2010 Study Abroad
“Academics” tab, click on the “Study Abroad”
channel, and follow the prompts). Non-UMW
students may apply, but must include a letter
of recommendation from a full-time professor
at their institution. Those candidates will be
selected on the basis of their academic records
■ Program Fees
The total cost of the UMW Psychology
in Europe summer program is $3,900. The
total cost includes round-trip airfare from This two-week program will include
Dulles International Airport to Heathrow visits to the cities of London,
Airport and return from Vienna International
Amsterdam, Wurzburg, Prague, and
Airport to Dulles; airport transfer to hotel;
hotel accommodations including all taxes,
Vienna to trace the development
gratuities, and breakfast; youth Eurailpass; of psychology in Europe prior to its
public transportation tickets within each city; origin in the United States.
and admission to all the educational activities.
The fee does not include the cost of tuition,
lunch, dinner, and other incidentals. A non-
refundable deposit of $500 is due Jan. 29, 2010,
along with registration. Subsequent payments For further information please contact:
are due Feb. 12 ($1,700), and March 15, 2010 Denis Nissim-Sabat, Ph.D.
($1,700). A 10 percent late fee will be imposed Professor of Psychology
on outstanding balances after March 15, 2010.
540.654.1558 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that the program costs are subject
to change without notice, depending on the
exchange rate at the time of payment.
University of Mary Washington
Office of International Academic Services
Here is a unique opportunity to see the
original house where Sigmund Freud treated his
to view the
used to report
their hidden Dachau
Down House, Charles Darwin’s home
the house Freud’s couch ■ Course Work and
■ Psychology Darwin wrote On the Origin of Species, and
in Europe where Virginia Woolf lived outside of London.
The seminar will be limited to 12 students.
The Department Each student must have been enrolled in General
Hear formal presentations at the Centre for the
of Psychology of the Psychology. The course is an interdisciplinary
History of Psychology and the Viktor Frankl
University of Mary course, and each student will receive three
Institute. Experience the concentration camp
Washington will offer credits that will count toward the Global Inquiry
and gas chambers at Theresienstadt, outside
the fourth Psychology requirement. Prior to leaving for Europe, each
of Prague, which stands as a reminder of the
in Europe course student will be provided with a syllabus outlining
genocide and extermination of six million Jews.
May 10–24, 2010. This the major requirements for the course. In
two-week program ■ Excursions addition, each student will be asked to keep a
will include visits to The trip has daily log of his or her experiences and submit the
the cities of London, Amsterdam, Wurzburg, been designed log at the end of the trip.
Prague, and Vienna to trace the development of
psychology in Europe prior to its origin in the
to provide each
student with an
Hotel accommodations for each student will be
United States. opportunity to
made in three-star hotels. Each student will share
Students will visit nine psychology-related experience each
a room, which will be equipped with twin beds
sites, which will include the Freud Museum city and country.
and a private bath.
in London, Charles Darwin’s House, Virginia Although
Woolf ’s House, Van Gogh Museum, Anne psychology-related visits are scheduled for each
Frank House, Centre for the History of day, each student will have the opportunity,
Psychology, Theresienstadt Concentration during the remainder of the day, to sightsee and
Camp, Viktor Frankl Institute, and Freud’s experience the culture in each country. Students
House in Vienna. In addition, two walking will be provided with a list of additional sites and
tours of Vienna are planned: one of the Jewish will be free to choose the ones they wish to visit.
Community and the other of Vienna Woods.
Students will grow to appreciate the different
cultures and the influence they have had upon
the development of psychology.
Centre for the History of Psychology