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This is a wonderful travel-study opportunity available for BYU-Idaho students. The semester it will be offered is yet to be determined. The tour will allow students to study Humanities in historically significant Istanbul, to become better world citizens in great cradles of two world religions, to discuss philosophy of religion while marveling at the Parthenon in Athens, and ponder the teachings of Paul where he delivered them in Ephesus and Corinth. For a total of 21 days the walls of the classroom peel away and the classroom becomes great sites in Turkey and Greece:
For a copy of the Itinerary, Click Here
See below for specific information:
Cost of the tour is $3,700.00 (not including tuition)
Cost does not include:
To Be Determined (on campus instruction first two weeks)
(An update of courses will be available soon.)
*Classes may vary; other options may be available.
A. Pick up an application packet from a director. (See Contacts)
B. Take your application to Brother Allred, Taylor 225.
C.You will receive an e-mail notifying you of your acceptance. Pay the $300 non-refundable deposit to confirm your spot.
For a copy of the Application, Click Here
Participants should be in sufficient health to be able to fully participate in a vigorous travel schedule. Brigham Young University cannot be responsible for any illness that would occur on the tour. Persons with heart disease, high blood pressure, or other physical impairments that could hinder them from normal participation with the group should contact the tour director, Brother Allred, before submitting an application. While you aren't required to engage in all the rigorous activities, that's half the fun. Be in shape before you go. Also, you will be asked to fill out a health form.
While traveling you are ambassadors of the church. As such, all participants are required to maintain high standards of honor, integrity, and morality in harmony with the values of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This includes abstinence from coffee, tea, alcohol, and narcotics, as well as following the LDS standards of chastity. Participants will dress modestly and appropriately for the occasion. Participants must also be willing to follow the directions of the tour directors and cooperate as a group. Violation of these standards or directions could result in a student being sent home at his or her own cost.
Brigham Young University Idaho Travel Study Programs reserve the right to make changes or substitutions in this offer as a result of increases in fares, hotels, currency rates, or other unforeseen circumstances prior to departure. We reserve the right to cancel the tour if deemed necessary for circumstances beyond our control such as strikes, walk-outs, riots, wars, acts of God, etc. In such case, Brigham Young University Travel Study Programs or its agents have no responsibility beyond refunding all deposits and moneys paid. Such refunds will be made within 30 days.