SJSU study abroad in Finland 2014

San José State University is hosting an Early Summer Study Abroad Program in Jyväskylä, Finland (May 28-June 23, 2014).  Participants may earn 3-6 units of credit by taking courses ranging from creative leadership to international business speaking to Russian language and culture. Program costs are approximately $2500, plus airfare, meals and optional arranged excursions to Stockholm, Sweden and St. Petersburg, Russia. Participants must place a modest deposit ($500) toward their total program fees by March 15th.

Please consider participating in this opportunity to earn up to 6 units in the lush, beautiful town of Jyväskylä, Finland. During your three week stay, you can not only explore Jyväskylä, but, through optional guided excursions, also Stockholm (Sweden) and St. Petersburg (Russia).  Communication and business students may be able to earn credit in their majors/minors.  Courses will be taught in English by international faculty and will include students from around the world.  To learn more, please contact Dr.  Deanna Fassett at or Dr. Andrew Wood.

SJSU study abroad Finland

San José State University is hosting an Early Summer Study Abroad Program in Jyväskylä, Finland (May 27-June 13, 2013).

Please consider participating in this opportunity to earn 3 units in the lush, beautiful town of Jyväskylä, Finland. In just three weeks, explore Jyväskylä, and also, through guided excursions, also Helsinki (Finland), Tallinn (Estonia), Stockholm (Sweden) and St. Petersburg (Russia). Communication, Hospitality and Tourism, and Business students may be able to earn credit in their majors/minors. Courses will be taught in English by international faculty and will include students from around the world. Program costs are approximately $2000 plus travel and meals. To learn more, please contact Dr. Deanna Fassett at Deanna.Fassett AT sjsu.edu or Professor Minna Holopainen at Minna.Holopainen AT sjsu.edu

Participants may earn 3 units of credit in 3 weeks by taking courses ranging from creative leadership to international business speaking to Russian language and culture. Anyone, including graduate students, is welcome.