The Department of World Languages and Cultures encourages students to participate in the following Study Abroad programs, during the summer or for one semester. Our students who have completed these programs have highly praised them and readily recommend them to other students.
The Department of World Languages and Cultures frequently offers an introductory Spanish course in Guatemala, paired with other University courses. This is a great way to learn the language in its cultural context.
“Chez Vous” Summer Program in Normandy, France
Students can earn at least 6 sem. hrs. of credit at the Jacques Lefèvre Institute in France, while studying in a unique program which includes courses at the institute and the University of Caen, excursions in Paris and Normandy, opportunities for relationships with local people, community service, and more. Additional information at Chez Vous and at World Languages.
Canadian Government Bursary Program
With the popular “Explore” program, Canadian students can receive government bursaries to study French in the summer in Quebec or other francophone areas of Canada. Additional information at myexplore.ca.
University of Salamanca
Students may spend a semester studying in one of Spain’s most prestigious universities while living with a Spanish family. Additional information at University of Salamanca.
CCCU Study Abroad Programs
The Council for Christian Colleges and Universities has developed semesters abroad in a number of countries, including Costa Rica and China. Additional information at bestsemester.com.
Japanese Program in Hiroshima
In partnership with TWU, Hiroshima Institute of Technology has a 4 or 6 week Language and Culture program every summer. Additional information at TWU Travel Studies Webpage.