Study tours offered
Minot State University’s study tour program introduces students to countries in Europe, Africa, and Asia to discover different cultures. These study tours have been led by Andrea Donovan, associate professor of art and humanities, since 2011.
Last summer, MSU students Conor Donovan and Sallie Mitchell were part of the study tour to Great Britain.
“I enjoyed some of the cultural artistic literary heritage, food, and social activities like going to the theatre, enjoying live musical performances,” Sallie Mitchell said. The students went to London, Edinburgh, and villages around those cities. They also traveled to University of Oxford and Dublin. This tour lasted for almost two weeks in the heart of Great Britain.
Students and alumni who are interested in taking part in the study tour can find out more online through MSU’s study tour website. The coming trip includes stops in Venice, Florence, and Rome.
All in all, Conor Donavan said the study tour could be helpful for students who are thinking of applying for an exchange program or thinking of moving outside the United States so they can have an idea about life outside home.