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Based at RIT’s international campus in Dubrovnik, Croatia, families will explore Adriatic culture, history, and ecology through guided tours, interactions with locals, and sampling local cuisine. This one-week, hands-on experience led by RIT faculty and staff will help you build new family connections and contribute to your own personal and professional growth.
Here’s what past participants said:
"Being in a learning environment with my family was a great experience. I enjoyed watching my daughter ask questions and learning about the many new experiences." -RIT parent
"I have always dreamed of going to Croatia, so when I found out that RIT had a campus there, I knew this would be the opportunity. What made it even better was not only could I visit this beautiful country with other RIT students, but I could experience it with my mother." - RIT student
"I never had the chance to study abroad, and it seemed like a great way to experience a little bit of that for myself while my daughter explored it as an option for herself." -RIT parent
"We chose to participate in this program because we thought exploring Croatia would be a wonderful opportunity. Our expectations were exceeded on this trip. I would encourage anyone, that has the opportunity, to participate in this program." - RIT graduate student
"This program is a great way to get families together to meet new people, see new places, and learn new things together." - RIT parent
The Explore Croatia agenda includes:
Note: agenda subject to change
Who: Parents and your RIT student or recent RIT alumni. Siblings (preferably 16 and older) are also welcome to participate.
Dates: May 18-27, 2019
Program Cost: $1,900
Program cost includes:
*Hotel cost based on double occupancy (2 family members per room); other arrangements may require an additional cost
Out-of-pocket estimated costs: $2,000 per person
Apply: Applications are due on February 1, 2019.
Acceptance: Program acceptance decisions will be made by early February, 2019. A deposit of $750/participant will be due at the time of acceptance in order to reserve your spot. RIT student eligibility to participate is dependent on RIT conduct records.
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