Situated in a narrow valley of the central Andes Mountains, Medellín (view map) is the second largest city in Colombia, South America. Dubbed the “City of Eternal Spring,” it’s known for moderate temperatures, innovative urban design, dynamic social and economic advances, and annual flower & lights festivals.
Kelly Garas-York, Elementary Education
Siena (view map) is the capital of the province of Siena, Italy. Located in the heart of Tuscany, Siena is distinguished by its medieval brick buildings and is noted for its central piazza known as Il Campo. The climate is Mediterranean with mild winters (40-50F) and warm summers (75-80F).
Kerry Renzoni, Music Education
Istanbul (view map), formerly Constantinople, is the largest city in Turkey and one of the largest cities in the world. Straddling both Europe and Asia across the Bosphorus Strait, Istanbul is a mix of medieval metropolis and modern Middle East. It experiences cool winters with frequent precipitation and moderately dry summers.
Molly Rutter, Buffalo State Graduate & ENKA Teacher
Applications are accepted through the School of Education Office of the Dean. Applicants must submit a completed application form with an essay of intent, two academic references, and a copy of past grades and current course registration. Handwritten applications are acceptable.
- Open to all undergraduate or graduate students seeking initial certification in a teacher education program
- Must be eligible to student teach during corresponding spring semester
- Must be a currently enrolled Buffalo State student
- Must maintain good academic standing
- Must be able to obtain passport
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