Travel to Finland and study with Laurea University students in multiple settings and activities from building multisensory spaces to learning cafes, participating in a nature-based workshop and the annual World Village Festival.

During study in Finland, Nazareth students will explore the impact of globalization on multicultural clients' wellbeing in order to examine their awareness of ethical knowledge, values, principles, legislation and recommendations in global social service policies.

Students will become acquainted with creative methods and client empowering communication as well as multicultural family work and mental health promotion and further develop innovative and future-oriented solutions for sustainable service design.

Sustainable Global Future focuses on the key issues related to current and global aspects of Social and Health Care development and best practices, based on such development goals as Agenda 2030. It promotes ethical and versatile dialogue between different students, cultures, organizations, and communities and puts theory into practice through lectures, workshops, individual and group assignments as well as attendance at the World Village Festival 2023.

This program will also include cultural and historical aspects, such as museum visits, as well as holistic care of individuals and families, providing cultural and interprofessional competencies and focusing on such values as social justice, holistic wellbeing, human dignity, client empowerment, and integrity.

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    At A Glance

    (S): SPARK-Eligible

    Term: Summer A

    Program Level: Undergraduate and Graduate

    Program Types: Academic

    Major(s): Open to all students, but may be of particular interest to the following majors:

    • Nursing
    • Public Health
    • Social Work

    Language Requirement: None

    Minimum GPA Requirement: 2.5