Pharmacy Students

University Study Groups

Since 2005 Jungle Bay has been hosting University Groups from a variety of disciplines to show students a range of field learning from environmental, medical, social enterprises, ecotourism, organic agriculture, sustainable energy, and more.

Let Jungle Bay’s team of experts (including 1 part time international university instructor on staff) help you plan a retreat with all the elements to meet your syllabus and your institution’s international travel criteria to make this a most memorable learning trip for your students.

Students from the following universities have earned credits with trips to Jungle Bay in Dominica:

-University of Iowa College of Pharmacy, USA (15 field school trips to date)

-University of New England, Department of Environmental Studies, USA (about a dozen trips to date)

Vassar College, NY USA

-University of Munich, Department of Economic Geography and Tourism Research, Germany

Miami University of Ohio, USA

-Northwestern University, USA

-University of Virginia, USA

-Mount Royal University, Ecotourism and Outdoor Leadership Program, Canada

-George Washington University, USA

NOTE: Jungle Bay has an incredible reputation on the island and as such has professional industry, national government, and hospitality contacts to bring you guest lecturers and site visits that will not only meet but exceed your curriculum needs.

For your itinerary: we start with a basic plan and can customize. Let us help take care of all the trip logistics and optimize your group’s experience with: Accommodation (a range of options including other budget accommodations around the island) + airport transportation + budget friendly meal plans + island adventures + optional yoga and educational workshop add-ons (as it suits your group) — all of these things can be optional.

Ask us for costing and other group package details

We will also gladly refer you to our past group organizing University Professors to share insights about their trips.

Case study from Jungle Bay illustrates success and the effects of certain planning decisions - The World Bank