Stephen F. Austin State University (SFA): Horticulture and Natural Resource Management in the Netherlands

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This program will be based in three areas of The Netherlands: Veluwe, Coastal Area and Amsterdam. Students will have an opportunity to observe Natural Resource Managment, Horticulture and Tourism in a small but diverse country. Students will also ... read more

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I learned about another culture. - Stephen F. Austin State University View Entire Review
This was my first time abroad, so it was just awesome being immersed in another culture. It was definitely worthwhile. - Stephen F. Austin State University View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Stephen F. Austin State University (SFA): Horticulture, Natural Resources and Tourism in the Netherlands Maymester
I learned much about ecotourism and horticultural practices in the Netherlands (i.e. how they manage their national park and campgrounds, and plant production and export). I also learned that travel abroad is not so scary. The Netherlands is a country that is very easy to get around even when all you speak is English. It was a g... - Stephen F. Austin State University View Entire Review
Learned so much about the culture and horticulture and forestry of the area, it was incredible to see things through another perspective. Saw really great things and met some fascinating people. - Stephen F. Austin State University View Entire Review

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This program will be based in three areas of The Netherlands: Veluwe, Coastal Area and Amsterdam. Students will have an opportunity to observe Natural Resource Managment, Horticulture and Tourism in a small but diverse country. Students will also enhance their understanding of Dutch history and culture by spending time in Arnhem and Amsterdam.

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Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Maymester
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Applied Horticulture, Horticultural Business
  • Natural Resources Management
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