This short-term study abroad program will focus on agricultural innovations, agritourism, agricultural policy, and agri-food products in the Netherlands; a small but world renowned country. The Netherlands is the second-largest agricultural exporter after the US and students will see how the Dutch have done it by visiting the world’s largest flower auction, touring farms with robotic milkers and feeders, a liquid egg facility, greenhouses, and Wageningen University, which consistently ranks as one of the world’s top universities. As Brussels, Belgium is a headquarters for the European Union, students will also spend time learning about the agricultural policies taking place abroad.
Program Dates: Spring Break 2020: March 5-15, 2020
- Info Session: September 17, 2019
- Application Deadline: October 15, 2019
- Scholarships Application Deadline: Apply by September 15, 2019