Michael Mullooly will lead you to the mysterious and alluring Myanmar (Burma) on a tour of Buddhist temples and treasures. In the past ten years, Myanmar has opened its doors and encouraged tourist to visit the many sites and wonders closed to outsiders for so many years.

Our tour of Italy will explore the glories of art and antiquities of one of Europe’s most popular destinations. We’ll visit historic sites of the Roman Empire in Rome and Vatican City, the art in Florence, and the beauty in Venice. Consider joining us on another international adventure.

Myanmar: Burma

January 28 - February 8, 2015
Led by Michael Mullooly

Be among the first to witness Burma’s ancient beauty, and experience its modern renewal. In Yangon, the capitol, behold the staggering Schwedagon, the “Golden Holy One,” the crowning glory of Burma. In Mandalay, revel in the center of Burmese culture. In nearby Mingun, ring the world’s largest bell, weighing 90 tons.  In Bagan, be amazed by thousands of temples resting on the banks of the Irrawaddy River. Discover the beauty of Burma not only in its glorious art history, but in the gentleness of the Burmese people.

Beautiful Burma awaits you!

Picture from Burma


Italy: Treasures and Masters

May 12 – May 21, 2015     
Led by Vic Passante

Italy is a dream destination for anyone seeking great art, strong history, rich culture and amazing food.  Italy boasts never-ending ancient ruins, Gothic structures, Byzantine temples and medieval castles. Although our group will know little about Italy other than bits from a guidebook, we’ll return with experiences and knowledge of the many wonders of this great country. Visits to the Coliseum, the Trevi Fountain, the Piazza Navona, and the Vatican in Rome;  touring Duomo, Ponte Vecchio, and seeing Uffizi Gallery in Florence; Golden Basilica and Rialto Bridge in Venice!!! What a way to learn about art, music and treasures of Italy! Join us on this fantastic journey as we become immersed in the Italian culture.

Package includes: airfare and all transportation, comfortable accommodations, admission to all sites and events, experienced and cordial guide, and daily breakfast and 3 dinners.

Roman Colleaseum


Germany 2015

Departure dates: June 9 – 18, 2015

Berlin, Germany: One City, Many Worlds

Journey to the vibrant, optimistic capital of this fascinating country in the heart of Europe. Behold the drama of a region that experienced monarchy, democracy, National Socialism, communism, and democracy again, in only 70 years. Feel the burden of war, the paranoia of police states, the exaltation of liberation, and the awe of inspired art and architecture. Trip includes travel to beautiful Leipzig and literary Weimar. Departs from both the UW-Manitowoc campus and UW-Waukesha campus to O'Hare International Airport.


POL 160 – Comparative Politics – 3 credits – Summer 2015

Dr. Dylan Bennett, Assistant Professor of Political Science

Estimated Program Cost

$3,550 (includes all program expenses including airfare, lodging, all in-country transportation, breakfast (to include welcome and farewell dinners), entrance fees, insurance, instruction, and study abroad administrative application fee). No additional tuition fees. Price subject to change pending increases in airline arrangements, surcharges and fees.

Out of Pocket Personal Cost

  1. Passport which costs $140 (plus $25 execution fee) if you don't already have one; 
  2. international Student Identity Card (ISIC) which costs $22; 
  3. immunizations if you choose to get some prior to travel; and 
  4. spending money such as a handful of meals, souvenirs, calling cards, etc. Estimate $200/week.

Application Deadline: February 15, 2015

A $500 deposit is due upon application. Please make the check payable to "UW-Manitowoc" and mail it together with the completed and signed application to Suzanne Lawrence, Director of Continuing Education:

Continuing Education
705 Viebahn Street
Manitowoc, WI  54220-6699

For more information on the program, contact Suzanne Lawrence, Director of Continuing Education at UW-Manitowoc

Phone: 920-683-4702

Payment is due in full by March 15 and non-refundable unless we cancel the program.

Itinerary, price and dates may be subject to change.