NOTE: SIT will make every effort to maintain its programs as described. To respond to emergent situations, like COVID-19, SIT may have to modify programs.
Study peacebuilding, post-conflict transformation, and the impact of international intervention and political transition in three southeast European countries.
WHY STUDY PEACE AND CONFLICT IN THE BALKANS?
The Balkans experienced a series of separate but related conflicts throughout the 1990s. Belgrade, the capital of Yugoslavia until its breakup in 1992, is your base as you study post-conflict transformation in three Balkan countries. One of the oldest cities in Europe, Belgrade sits at the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers. It was strategically important throughout the ages, however, these days the capital of Serbia is better known for its nightlife, earning a reputation as the city that never sleeps.
You’ll also spend extensive time in Bosnia-Herzegovina’s capital, Sarajevo, known for its striking architecture and religious and cultural diversity, and Kosovo’s capital, Prishtina, a unique city with Ottoman influences and a strong international presence. You’ll meet with representatives from civil society organizations and academic institutions.
Please visit the SIT Study Abroad website
for details on the program highlights and details of coursework,
educational excursions, and housing.
- The ‘making and breaking’ of Yugoslavia
- Peace and conflict studies: theory and practice in the Balkans
- History, memory, conflict, and post-conflict transformation
- International intervention and state-building in the Balkans
- Independent movements across Europe
SIT is an all-inclusively priced study abroad program – including academics costs, excursions, accommodations and meals, airport transfers, and health insurance. Be sure to discuss how study abroad costs are handled at your school with your study abroad advisor and read the website for more specific information.
CONTACT SIT STUDY ABROAD
Program Application Process:
Steps to Study Abroad (May2022)
Pace's Application Deadline:
Fall Semester: March 15
Spring Semester: October 15
SIT's Application Deadline (apply only after being accepted by Pace!):
Fall semester: May 15
ENSURE YOU ENROLL IN ENOUGH CREDITS DURING YOUR SEMESTER ABROAD!!
- Pace Study Abroad FAQs: Review these Pace study abroad FAQs.
- Academic FAQs: If you have more questions about academics related to study abroad, review these Pace FAQs.
- Financial FAQs: If you have more questions about the cost of study abroad, financial aid, and scholarships, review these Pace FAQs.
- Pace tuition and Fees, including a $100 Study Abroad Fee are billed to the student account.
- Room charges are the responsibility of the student and are paid directly to the host institution.
- Out-of-pocket expenses (airfare, meals, local transportation, etc.) are the responsibility of the student.
- All federal and state financial aid apply during the semester abroad. Up to $12,500 of institutional financial aid (Pace scholarships/grants) applies to the semester abroad. (Portability of Pace institutional aid is limited to 2 semesters, and Pace tuition remission does not apply.)
A minimum of 12 U.S. credits is required during a semester abroad.
This SIT program is a new program offered for Pace students, so there are no pre-approved courses since no students have participated on the program yet.
Due to the uncertainties related to COVID-19 and travel abroad, please remember that you should NOT purchase flights for your program (or make any non-refundable deposits connected with travel/study abroad) until told to do so by the Education Abroad office.