Europe

Multiple Countries

Drakow, Prague, Berlin, Istanbul, Amsterdam, and Utecht - Comparative Womens and Gender Studies in Europe

Comparative Women’s and Gender Studies in Europe Program offers the opportunity to study feminist and queer theory while engaging in extensive field studies in five cities across Europe.

Why study in GWSS in Europe?

  • opportunity to study feminist and queer theory in five cities across Europe: Krakow, Poland; Prague, Czech Republic; Berlin, Germany; Istanbul, Turkey; Amsterdam & Utrecht, Netherlands
  • develop an independent research project on a topic of your interest 
  • network with a variety of European scholars and organizations concerned with topics and issues in Women's and Gender Studies 

Advisor(s):
Professor Henry, (GWSS) Mears 301
Eligibility:Open to all majors&
Related Fields of Study:
Anthropology
Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies
History
Political Science
Religious Studies
Sociology
Website: Program Website

Freiburg - European Union Program (IES)

IES European Union offers intensive study of the European Union.  Based in Freiburg, Germany, the program benefits from its location in the center of Europe.

Why study on the European Union Program?

  • interaction with economic and political experts and government officials, as well as corporate and NGO executives
  • field trips to key EU organizations, including: European Parliament in Strasbourg, the Court of Justice in Luxembourg, the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, the Commission and Council of the European Union in Brussels, and the World Bank in Paris
  • summer internships for advanced-level students of German after spring-semester program

Advisor(s):
Professor Byrd, (German) ARH 231A
Richard Bright, (OCS Director) Macy 108 
Jonathan Larson, (OCS Assistant Director) Macy 107
Eligibility: Open to all majors 
Related Fields of Study:
Economics
International Relations
Political Science
Western European Studies
Website: Program Website

Austria

Vienna- Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)
  • The IES Vienna Program is especially recommended for music performance majors and talented instrumentalists and vocalists who have taken at least two semesters of college-level German.
  • Music students may audition for master classes and individual instruction at the Konservatorium der Stadt Wien, which offers concentrations in keyboard, strings, wood-wind, percussion, and voice. Auditions are also held for the conservatory orchestra as well as choral and recital groups. Selection for master classes and individual instruction is competitive, but for students not accepted at the conservatory, individual instruction is made available on a subsidized basis at the IES Performance Workshop.
  • In addition to courses in music, IES offers classes in intensive German language and an extensive curriculum in the anthropology, art history, literature, economics, political science, psychology and international relations with a special emphasis on Central and Eastern Europe. Most courses are taught in English, but German-taught courses are available in Austrian studies, history, literature and theater, and political science. Advanced level students may enroll in courses at the University of Vienna in a number of disciplines.
  • IES offers internships in non-profit organizations, political parties, businesses, and teaching in Viennese secondary schools. Major week-long field trips are provided to Cracow, Budapest and Breslau (fall) and Berlin, Dresden and Hamburg (spring) in addition to a number of shorter excursions within Austria. Each semester selected students studying the European Union may participate in the Model European Union, which has been held in both Freiburg and London. Spring semester students studying drama may participate in the International Drama Festival scheduled at one of the other IES Centers in Europe, such as Paris.
  • Housing is provided in private residences with IES roommates.
  • Eligibility: One semesters of German. If music student: advanced performance classes.

Advisor(s):
Professor Byrd, (German) ARH 231A
Professor McIntyre, (Music) Bucksbaum 256
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied German to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
Music
Website: Program Website

Belgium

Leuven - Program in European Culture and Society and Institute of Philosophy, Katholieke Universiteit
  • Primarily for philosophy students or those who wish to work on advanced projects in the social sciences, the Program in European Culture and Society operates in cooperation with the Institute of Philosophy at the Katholieke Universiteit in Leuven, the largest university in Belgium.
  • The program curriculum is taught in English and is ideal for students with an appropriate background seeking advanced coursework in philosophy, who are eligible to enroll in courses offered by the prestigious Institute of Philosophy. Program participants are fully integrated with Belgian students and international students from throughout Europe. Intensive Dutch language is a required part of the program.
  • Weekend homestays are part of the program orientation. Field trips are provided to such historic locations as Antwerp, Bruges and Ghent, and to the institutions of the European Community in Brussels. Students may participate in extracurricular activities both at the university and in the city of Leuven, where many opportunities exist in music, museum, and fine arts activities.
  • Housing is arranged in private student accommodation.
  • Eligibility: Major or substantial course work in philosophy. Social science students must submit a plan for a specific project supported by their academic adviser.

Advisor(s):
Professor Schrift, (Philosophy)  Steiner 311
Richard Bright, (OCS Director), Macy 108
Eligibility: Open to all majors 
Related Fields of Study:
Philosophy
History
European Studies
Website: Program Website

Czech Republic

Prague - CET Prague

CET in Prague: Central European StudiesJewish Studies and Film Studies are three different programs located in an excellent central location from which students are able to explore the history, politics and culture of Central Europe

Why study in Prague?

  • Opportunity to gain an historical and cultural perspective on the Central European region from the vantage point of an important political and cultural national capital
  • Academic excursions to different parts of Czech Republic, Hungary, and Germany
  • Liberal arts curriculum taught by Czech scholars
  • Electives in Jewish Studies

Advisor(s):
Professor Armstrong, (Russian) ARH 232D
Professor Vishevsky, (Russian) ​ARH 232B
Jonathan Larson, (OCS Assistant Director) Macy 107

Eligibility: Open to all majors 
Related Fields of Study:
Anthropology
Central and East European Studies
History
Jewish Studies
Political Science
Religious Studies
Website: Program Website for Central European Studies, Jewish Studies, and Film Studies

Denmark

Copenhagen - Danish Institute for Study Abroad

Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS) in Denmark is a large program offering an extensive selection of subject tracks in a broad range of subject areas, integrating extensive course-embedded travel.

Why study in Denmark?

  • Offers well planned subject tracks in virtually all subject areas
  • Core course includes extensive travel in Denmark and other European destinations 
  • Courses taught by a wide range of experts, including former government officials, working professionals, and university faculty
  • Optional study tours to a wide range of locations throughout Europe and Russia

Advisor(s):
Professor Seawell, (Psychology) Science 1607 - (Available for consultation Spring 2013)
Professor Levandoski, (Chemistry) Science 2009
Professor Henry, (GWSS) Mears 301
Professor Marzluff, (Chemistry) Science 2208
Richard Bright, (OCS Director) Macy 108
Jonathan Larson, (OCS Assistant Director) Macy 107
Eligibility: Open to all majors
Related Fields of Study:
Biomedicine
Child Development
Economics
European Studies
Genocide Studies
History
Human Rights
Medical Practice and Policy
Migration Studies
Political Science
Psychology
Public Health
Website: Program Website

England

London - Grinnell-in-London Program (fall)

Grinnell-in-London 

London - London & Florence Arts in Context (ACM)(spring)
  • The ACM London and Florence Program offers an interdisciplinary panorama of the arts and history during a semester divided between the two cities, spending eight weeks in each.
  • Focused on a variety of artistic media – architecture, painting, sculpture, literature and theatre – the program enables students to view art in its social context. By comparing the dramatically different styles of London and Florence, students learn how architecture, painting, and sculpture both reflect and influence cultural and political values.
  • In Florence students view famous galleries, museums, churches, and public buildings and travel to both Rome and Siena while learning about the influence of Italian history on Italian art and architecture. In London, in addition to a focus on art and architecture, incorporating visits to the important buildings, neighborhoods and museums, the program features a course in theatre. Students experience a variety of productions and venues, from the Royal Shakespeare Company and current plays in West End theaters to avant-garde productions and music hall. A one-week break is provided between the halves of the program, allowing for independent travel.
  • Group housing is provided in London. Housing in Florence is provided in homestays as a complement to a course in Italian. An optional three-week program of intensive Italian is available in January for students starting the program in Florence. (The program may be started in either city.)
  • Eligibility: Coursework in art history, theatre, studio art, history, and literature recommended.

Advisor(s):
Professor Kaufman, (Art) Bucksbaum 247
Eligibility: Open to all majors
Related Fields of Study:
Art History
History
Theatre
Website: Program Website

London - London School of Economics & Political Science (year only)
  • The London School of Economics and Political Science is one of the largest schools of the University of London, with an outstanding international reputation in economics and social sciences as well as history, law, and philosophy.
  • The work of the LSE concerns the social sciences in the broadest sense, both theoretical and empirical, quantitative and humanistic. The institution is cosmopolitan in character with over half of its 6,000 students and many of its faculty coming from over 30 countries. The LSE is located in the heart of London at the nexus of the commercial, financial and legal districts and the centers of government.
  • "The General Course" is a fully integrated, one-year program of study for study-abroad students from universities in other countries. Each student is assigned to a personal tutor, an adviser in the student's major department who provides both academic support and advising on course selection. Students have a great deal of freedom in choosing courses and may take any four year-long undergraduate courses from a total of more than 420 offerings. Two of the four courses are normally from the student's major department but all four courses may be taken in different fields. Teaching consists of lectures, seminars, and individual or small group tutorials with a heavy emphasis on independent study. Students are required to take final examinations covering the entire year in three of the four classes taken.
  • Housing is in dormitories or apartments.
  • Eligibility: Minimum GPA of 3.3. Recommendation of department and permission from Grinnell to study off campus for a full year.

Advisor(s):
Professor Munyon, (Economics) Carnegie 206
Eligibility: Open to all majors
Related Fields of Study:
Economics
Political Science
Website: Program Website

London - University College London (IES)

University College London is a direct enrollment university option designed for students who wish to pursue the study of particular subject area in depth in classes with local students

Why study at University College London?

  • Top-rated university with strengths across the academic spectrum
  • Central London location offers wealth of cultural activities
  • Opportunity to study your subject at the advanced level with British and international students

Advisor(s):
Professor Levandoski, (Neuroscience) Science 2009
Professor B. Ferguson, (Economics) Carnegie 205
Richard Bright, (OCS Director) Macy 108
Jonathan Larson, (OCS Assistant Director) Macy 107
Eligibility: Open to all majors
Related Fields of Study:
Economics
Neuroscience
Humanities
Science
Social Science
Website: Program Website

France

Aix-en-Provence - American University Center of Provence
  • Located in Aix-en-Provence, a university city of 130,000 and along with Arles and Avignon one of the "three capitals" of Provence, the American University Center of Provence is a program that is both academically rigorous and highly experiential. AUCP's highest priorities are the fast, successful integration of American students into local French life and the intensive and rewarding study of French language and culture.
  • In addition to coursework taught by French university professors in advanced French, modern French civilization, literature, political science, art history, and studio art, students take a core course, called the French Practicum. This course combines cross-cultural observation, workshops and a wide range of required experiential activities in the community, each of which is designed to introduce students frequently and directly to French people and French life.
  • Complementing the courses taught at AUCP itself, students also attend one course alongside their French peers at the University of Provence, giving them the opportunity to become part of French student life. Each AUCP student is also assigned a "linguistic exchange partner", a French student of English with whom they meet regularly to exchange conversation.
  • Cultural activities include regional field trips, French cooking classes and wine tasting. All students also participate in some form of weekly community service.
  • Housing is in homestays with French families, carefully selected for their desire to make the student a part of the family.
  • Eligibility: Minimum GPA of 3.0. Fifth semester level in French. Recommendation of the French Department.

La Maison des Palmiers | 33-442-38-42-38 | Fax: 33-442-38-95-66 | info[at]aucp[dot]org

Advisor(s):
Professor Harrison, (French) Macy 110
Professor Ireland, (French) ARH 330D
Professor Moisan, (French) ARH 330A
Professor Caradec, (French) ARH 330C
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied French to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
Literature
Political Science
Art History
Studio Art
Website: Program Website

Marseille - American University Center of Provence
  • The AUCP program in Marseille, the largest port in France and important crossroad of Mediterranean cultures, features the study of cultural complexity in the most ethnically diverse city in the country.
  • All courses are taught in French and students sign a language pledge to speak only French during their stay. The program is taught by local experts and professors from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques, l’Université de Provence, and La Maison Méditerranéenne des Sciences de l’Homme, focusing on French and Arabic language and civilization, Middle East area studies, immigration issues, inter-religious communication and cross-cultural mediation.
  • On-site courses in France are supplemented by a one-week field study in Tunisia in the fall semester and Morocco in the spring, combining lectures, visits, and guided contact with the local population. The French Practicum, the required core course, provides a strong link between academic work and direct cultural contact, featuring guided reflection on the student’s overall experience.
  • Additional courses include: French and North African Cultural Patterns, Immigrant Identities in Contemporary France, French Linguistic Strategies for Integration, Arabic, Understanding Islam, Inter-religious Communication, and Middle Eastern Political Developments, among other offerings.
  • Housing is provided in homestays with local families.
  • Eligibility: Minimum GPA of 3.0. Fifth semester level in French. Recommendation of the French Department.

La Maison des Palmiers | 33-442-38-42-38 | Fax: 33-442-38-95-66 | info[at]aucp[dot]org

Advisor(s):
Professor Harrison, (French) Macy 110
Professor Ireland, (French) ARH 330D
Professor Moisan, (French) ARH 330A
Professor Caradec, (French) ARH 330C
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied French to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
French and Arabic Language
Middle East Area Studies
Peace Studies
Website: Program Website

Nantes - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)
  • The IES program in Nantes is located in the historical capital of Brittany, the sixth largest city in France with a population of over 500,000. Rich in tradition, yet unspoiled by tourism, Nantes offers students the opportunity to live and study in an authentically French atmosphere. Only two hours by train from Paris, the location allows easy access to the capital as well as to Breton villages and towns of the Atlantic coast.
  • The program has two important goals: to improve students' written and oral proficiency in French through language and area studies courses and internships, and to introduce students to contemporary France and its role in the European Union. All courses are taught in French by native French faculty, many of whom are full professors at the Université de Nantes. Through a combination of courses taught by both IES and the university, students study grammar, conversation, and phonetics as well as area studies courses in Art History, Economics, History, Literature, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology and Theatre.
  • Internship opportunities include teaching in French collèges (junior high schools) and lycées (high schools) and options in local banks, not-for-profit associations, multinational corporations and regional government organization. Volunteer work is available in charitable associations and groups that arrange tutoring for children. Field trips are organized to such locations as Mont Saint-Michel, Saint Malo, and the Chateaux of the Loire Valley. A one-week optional field trip is available to destinations in Provence such as Le Pont du Gard (a Roman aqueduct), and the Roman amphitheaters in Arles and Nimes.
  • Housing is provided in homestays with carefully selected families.
  • Eligibility: Fifth semester level in French.

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | Fax: 312-944-1448 | Susan Hansen: shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Advisor(s):
Professor Harrison, (French) Macy 110
Professor Ireland, (French) ARH 330D
Professor Moisan, (French) ARH 330A
Professor Caradec, (French) ARH 330C
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied French to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
Art History
Economics
History
Literature
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology
Theatre
Website: Program Website

Paris - Hamilton College Junior Year in France (year only)
  • Hamilton College in Paris is a very rigorous year-long program for students of exceptional ability. The program begins at the seaside resort of Biarritz, where students live in families while receiving intensive instruction in French language and preparing for the second phase of the program in Paris.
  • The program in Paris combines courses specifically designed for American students offered at the program site with a wide selection of courses from such institutions as the University of Paris III, the Institut d'Etudes Politiques, the Faculte Libre de Droit et d'Economie, the Institut d'Etudes Economiques et Sociales, the Institut Catholique, and the Ecole du Louvre. Particular emphasis is placed on French language, literature, performing and studio arts, political science, history, and economics.
  • All classes are taught by French faculty with additional discussion sessions and tutorial assistance organized by Hamilton College. Students may opt to study for a number of certificates and diplomas offered by Parisian institutions in the fields of French language, civilization, literature and art. Majors in political science, history, or economics may qualify for a challenging course of study at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques leading to the International Program Diploma.
  • Special opportunities include a theatre course involving regular attendance at theatrical productions, student teaching internships in Parisian secondary schools and governmental agencies, and the option of an independent study in the second semester. Field trips to various parts of France are organized throught the year.
  • Students are housed in homestays in French homes.
  • Eligibility: Minimum 3.0 GPA. Fifth-semester level in French. Approval by the Off-Campus Study Board for a full-year off campus.

Hamilton College Programs Abroad | 315-859-4201 | Fax: 315-859-4969 | ghasburgh[at]hamilton[dot]edu

Advisor(s):
Professor Harrison, (French) Macy 110
Professor Ireland, (French) ARH 330D
Professor Moisan, (French) ARH 330A
Professor Caradec, (French) ARH 330C
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied French to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
Literature
Performing and Studio Arts
Political Science
History
Economics
Website: Program Website

Paris - Sweet Briar College in France
  • Sweet Briar in France is the oldest study-abroad program in Paris, created in 1923, featuring a very wide selection of courses, in virtually every academic discipline, offered by Sweet Briar College and through direct enrollment on selected campuses of the University of Paris, Alliance Française, Institut Catholique and various schools of art, dance, photography, and music.
  • Sweet Briar courses, taught specifically for program participants, include French civilization, phonetics and writing, literature, art history, cinema, theatre, and international relations.
  • Internships in government or social agencies are available during the spring semester, and students may also volunteer to serve as English teaching assistants in French schools. Independent study projects can also be arranged on request.
  • Full-year and fall-semester students begin with a two-week orientation in Tours, located in the heart of the châteaux region, for intensive French language and culture study prior to the start of classes in Paris. The spring-semester session is held in Paris.
  • In Tours and Paris, housing is provided with carefully selected French families. Sweet Briar offers a variety of field trips, excursions, and cultural activities throughout the semester.
  • Eligibility: Minimum GPA of 3.0. 300-level French. French or European History recommended.

SBC Junior Year in France | 434-381-6109 | Fax:  434-381-6283 | jyf[at]sbc[dot]edu

Advisor(s):
Professor Harrison, (French) Macy 110
Professor Ireland, (French) ARH 330D
Professor Moisan, (French) ARH 330A
Professor Caradec, (French) ARH 330C
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied French to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
French Civilization
Linguistics
Literature
Art History
Cinema
Theatre
International Relations
Website: Program Website

Germany

Berlin - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)(spring recommended)
  • The IES in Berlin, a program designed for advanced-level students, is taught entirely in German and offers both semester and full-year options.
  • The program begins with a three-week orientation session at the IES Berlin Center, which provides an introduction to the city of Berlin, intensive instruction in German, and a series of lectures on history, art and culture. All regular semester classes at the Berlin Center are specifically designed for the students on the program and are taught by German faculty; there is also the option of enrolling directly in classes at the Humboldt University, subject to passing a language proficiency exam.
  • IES encourages all students to take at least a portion of their courses at the university. Each semester, program participants take a required German language class and four courses at either the Berlin Center or Humboldt University or a combination of courses from the two. IES area studies courses are available in art history, business, cinema, economics, history, literature, and politics. The university itself offers a very wide range of classes in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. An optional pre- or post-session summer course is organized by Humboldt University for students who wish to improve their German and concentrate on special topics such as art in Berlin, modern German history or drama.
  • IES organizes internships in the arts, education, social sciences, politics, mass media, theatre and business, involving close supervision and bi-weekly support seminars. Each semester selected students studying the European Union may participate in the Model European Union, which has been held in both Freiburg and London. Spring semester students studying drama may participate in the International Drama Festival scheduled at one of the other IES Centers, such as Paris.
  • Volunteer activities are also available. Several field trips are offered both within Germany, to cities such as Dresden, Leipzig or Hamburg, and to Vienna or the Baltic Hanse-cities. A major field trip is held each semester to a former East Bloc state, usually to Cracow and Warsaw in Poland in the fall and Moscow and St. Petersburg in the spring.
  • Accommodation is provided in homes and apartments with Germans throughout the city. Meals are not generally included in the housing arrangements but cooking facilities are provided.
  • Eligibility: Minimum of fifth-semester German for a single semester, fourth-semester for the full year. At least 4 credits of coursework in European, preferably German, culture and history.

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | Fax: 312-944-1448 | Susan Hansen:shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Advisor(s):
Professor Byrd, (German) ARH 231A
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied German to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
Art History
Business
Cinema
Economics
History
Literature
Politics
Website: Program Website

Berlin - Berlin Metropolitan Studies (IES)

Program Summary will be posted soon.
Advisor(s):
Professor Byrd, (German) ARH 231A
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied German to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
Humanities
Social Studies
Website: Program Website

Freiburg - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)(spring recommended
  • The IES Freiburg, a program designed for advanced-level students, is taught entirely in German and offers both semester and full-year options.
  • The program begins with a three-week orientation session at the IES Freiburg Center, providing an introduction to the city of Freiburg, intensive instruction in German, guided tours and excursions. Regular semester classes at the Freiburg Center, specifically designed for the students on the program and taught by German faculty, are offered in the fields of German language and literature, art history, modern German history, political science, economics, and theatre. Students are also highly encouraged to enroll directly in classes at the Albert-Ludwigs University, subject to passing a language proficiency exam.
  • Taking classes at the university is an integral part of program design at IES Freiburg, and students who do not score highly enough on the language exam to have access to the full range of regular university courses have the option of taking specialized language courses for foreigners and selected university courses with supporting tutorials. Each semester, program participants take a required German language class and four courses at either the Freiburg Center or the Albert-Ludwigs University or a combination of courses from the two. University courses are available in nearly all subject areas, and special tutorials in certain subjects can be arranged for groups of four or more students.
  • An optional international university summer course is offered in August for advanced-level students who want to improve their German before the semester begins, featuring studies in German culture and society, literature and philosophy. IES organizes internships with political parties, government agencies, and advocacy groups, involving close supervision and bi-weekly support seminars.
  • Volunteer opportunities are also available. Several field trips are offered, including one to Berlin in the fall and Eastern Germany in the spring, to such cities as Eisenach, Weimar, and Leipzig. Trips are also arranged to Frankfurt and Bonn as well as The Black Forest and Alsace. Spring-semester students studying drama may participate in the International Drama Festival scheduled at one of the other IES Centers, such as Paris.
  • Accommodation is provided in co-ed German residence halls in singles, a shared room with an IES roommate or a suite arrangement with German students.
  • Eligibility: Minimum of fifth-semester German for a single semester, fourth-semester for the full year. At least 4 credits of coursework in European, preferably German, culture and history.

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | Fax: 312-944-1448 | Susan Hansen:shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Advisor(s):
Professor Byrd, (German) ARH 231A
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied German to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
Literature
Art History
Modern German History
Political Science
Economics
Theatre
Website: Program Website

Freiburg - European Union Program (IES)

IES European Union offers intensive study of the European Union.  Based in Freiburg, Germany, the program benefits from its location in the center of Europe.

Why study on the European Union Program?

  • interaction with economic and political experts and government officials, as well as corporate and NGO executives
  • field trips to key EU organizations, including: European Parliament in Strasbourg, the Court of Justice in Luxembourg, the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, the Commission and Council of the European Union in Brussels, and the World Bank in Paris
  • summer internships for advanced-level students of German after spring-semester program

Advisor(s):
Professor Byrd, (German) ARH 231A
Richard Bright, (OCS Director) Macy 108
Jonathan Larson, (OCS Assistant Director) Macy 107
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied German to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
Economics
International Relations
Political Science
Western European Studies
Website: Program Website

Munich - Wayne State University (spring recommended)
  • The Wayne State university Munich Program is affiliated with the Ludwig-Maximilians University, one of the oldest and largest in Germany, enrolling more than 61,000 students.
  • Program participants are directly enrolled in the university and have access to the full range of university courses in the arts and sciences, including language and literature studies, history and history of art, cultural studies, psychology, education, philosophy of science, and social sciences. The Wayne State program facility is located on the edge of the university campus and provides courses specially designed for American students as well as the support needed for academic success in regular university courses. The courses offered by the program itself include classes in German language and literature, theater, film, intellectual intellectual history, and European history.
  • All students are required to take an intensive course in German during the orientation session, which also provides an introduction to various facets of everyday life in Munich and the university system itself. Academic advising is provided with respect to course selection at the university and tutorials are offered as supplements to the university courses of study selected.
  • As officially enrolled students of the university, program participants have all the benefits and privileges of their German counterparts, including access to subsidized cafeterias, fitness facilities, computer labs, student organizations, reduced fares on public transportation, and field trips organized by the international student office. A two-week Berlin field trip and seminar is offered by the program between semesters, combining lectures and workshops with visits to cultural institutions and sites of interest.
  • Internships are available in Munich, especially in business organizations, journalism, the U.S. Consulate, local laboratories and hospitals.
  • Housing is in dormitory accommodation.
  • Eligibility: Fifth-semester German. At least 4 credits of coursework in European, preferably German, culture and history.

Junior Year in Munich | (313) 577-4605 | Fax: (313) 577-3266 | JYM[at]wayne[dot]edu

Advisor(s):
Professor Byrd, (German) ARH 231A
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied German to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
Humanities
Social Studies
Sciences
Website: Program Website

Greece

Athens - College Year in Athens (semester or year)
  • College Year in Athens (CYA), which admits students for single semesters, is an independent study abroad program focusing on Greece and the world of the Eastern Mediterranean.
  • The courses offered cover periods from ancient times to the present in the fields of archaeology, art history, classical languages, ethnography, history, literature, Modern Greek language, philosophy, political science, and religion. From a central vantage point at the confluence of Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa, students immerse themselves in the traditional humanistic disciplines while studying and observing the changes taking place around them in today's Athens, a bustling city of four million. CYA faculty are assembled from a group of distinguished scholars who lecture and discuss course material in English.
  • To help students plan an academically integrated program of study, the curriculum is organized in two tracks, Ancient Greek Civilization and Mediterranean Studies, and students are advised to choose their courses with in a single track. Ancient Greek Art and Archeology as well as Modern Greek Language are open to all students, regardless of track. The Ancient Greek Civilization track offers Ancient Greek and Advanced Latin as well as more than twenty other courses, including ancient literature, art and architecture, history, philosophy, and religion. Mediterranean Studies includes Byzantine history, art, and architecture as well as courses in modern Greek literature, history, politics, society, Middle Eastern and Balkan studies. Individually supervised research projects are available for adequately prepared students, within the framework of either track, on topics not covered in formal courses.
  • Faculty led study trips include sites in Attica, Crete, the Peloponnese, central Greece, and Macedonia as well as guided visits to locales in and around Athens itself. CYA organizes co- and extra-curricular activities including attendance at theatrical performances, Greek cooking and dancing, dinners with Greek families and social events with Greek students.
  • Housing is provided in shared student apartments near CYA facilities in central Athens.
  • Eligibility: Strong preparatory coursework in art, history, humanities or classics.

Advisor(s):
Professor Hughes, (Classics) ARH 311B
Eligibility: Open to all majors 
Related Fields of Study:
Classics
Archeology
History
Eastern Mediterranean Studies
Website: Program Website

Hungary

Budapest - Budapest Semester in Mathematics
  • The Budapest Semester in Mathematics program operates on the College International Campus of the Technical University of Budapest, located near the historic city center of Budapest, a city of two million and the nation's capital. Hungary has a long tradition of excellence in mathematics education, and the Budapest Semester provides students of mathematics a unique opportunity to study under the tutelage of eminent Hungarian scholar-teachers from Eotvos University and the Mathematical Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
  • All courses are taught in English in small groups and comprise a wide-selection in mathematics along with non-mathematical options including European History, Film and Drama, and three levels of Hungarian language. Students take three or four math courses and two intercultural courses including intensive Hungarian.
  • Housing options include either a homestay or renting a furnished apartment shared with other program participants . The cost of living is very low, and students normally find the extensive cultural life of Budapest, including music and theatre, as well as restaurant meals to be easily affordable. Budapest is well situated for travel throughout Eastern and Central Europe and students are encouraged to avail themselves of the reasonable fares and opportunity to travel throughout Hungary and neighboring countries.
  • Eligibility: One semester of either advanced calculus (or first theory course in analysis) or abstract algebra.  

Budapest Semester in Mathematics | 800-277-0434 or 507-646-3114 | Fax: 507-646-3549 |budapest[at]stolaf[dot]edu

Advisor(s):
Professor French, (Mathematics and Statistics) Science 2041
Eligibility: Open to all majors 
Related Fields of Study:
Mathematics
Central and Eastern European Studies
Website: Program Website

Budapest - Aquincum Institute of Technology (AIT)

Program Summary will be posted soon.  

Advisor(s):
Professor Davis, (Mathematics and Statistics) Science 2041
Eligibility: Open to all majors 
Related Fields of Study:
Computer Science
Software Engineering
Website: Program Website

Italy

Florence - Florence Program (ACM)(fall)
  • The ACM Florence Program takes full advantage of the rich artistic heritage of the city and region, making the Italian Renaissance the center of academic study and giving students the opportunity to view firsthand many influential masterpieces of Western civilization.
  • Rigorous coursework, involving significant research and analysis, includes frequent visits to museums and monuments as well as lectures by local scholars and art conservation specialists. The program begins with a study of contemporary Italy and four weeks of intensive Italian language, continued throughout the semester at a less intensive level but reinforced through living in a homestay with an Italian family. The semester schedule is made up of three courses – all taught in English - chosen from six options including such offerings as Central Italian Art of the 15th and 16th Centuries, Devotional Art in Renaissance Florence, and Architectural History of Florence. Courses also normally include an option in Italian history and a studio art class, Drawing and the Human Figure.
  • In addition to the many excursions to museums and monuments, the program features a number of field trips to Rome and Venice, where the group spends several days, and other cities such as Pisa and Siena.
  • Eligibility: Students with background in art and art history, European history, studio art, modern languages or the humanities are eligible to apply.

Associated Colleges of the Midwest | 312-263-5000 | Fax: 312-263-5879 | acm[at]acm[dot]edu

Advisor(s):
Professor Kaufman, (Art) Bucksbaum 247
Eligibility: Open to all majors
Related Fields of Study:
Art History
History
Website: Program Website

Florence - London & Florence Arts in Context (ACM)(spring)
  • The ACM London and Florence Program offers an interdisciplinary panorama of the arts and history during a semester divided between the two cities, spending eight weeks in each.
  • Focused on a variety of artistic media – architecture, painting, sculpture, literature and theatre – the program enables students to view art in its social context. By comparing the dramatically different styles of London and Florence, students learn how architecture, painting, and sculpture both reflect and influence cultural and political values.
  • In Florence students view famous galleries, museums, churches, and public buildings and travel to both Rome and Siena while learning about the influence of Italian history on Italian art and architecture. In London, in addition to a focus on art and architecture, incorporating visits to the important buildings, neighborhoods and museums, the program features a course in theatre. Students experience a variety of productions and venues, from the Royal Shakespeare Company and current plays in West End theaters to avant-garde productions and music hall. A one-week break is provided between the halves of the program, allowing for independent travel.
  • Group housing is provided in London. Housing in Florence is provided in homestays as a complement to a course in Italian. An optional three-week program of intensive Italian is available in January for students starting the program in Florence. (The program may be started in either city.)
  • Eligibility: Coursework in art history, theatre, studio art, history, and literature recommended.

Associated Colleges of the Midwest | 312-263-5000 | Fax: 312-263-5879 | acm[at]acm[dot]edu

Advisor(s):
Professor Kaufman, (Art) Bucksbaum 247
Eligibility: Open to all majors
Related Fields of Study:
Art History
History
Theatre
Website: Program Website

Milan - Milan Program
  • The IES Milan Program is especially recommended for music performance students who wish to combine the study of music with Italian studies in a wide range of subjects.
  • The program offers English-taught courses for students with little or no background in Italian language and coursework taught entirely in Italian, including the possibility of study at an Italian university, for high-intermediate and advanced-level students. IES provides opportunities for students to have musical instruction in a number of outstanding institutions, including the Civica Scuola di Musica, the Scuola Musicale G. Marziali, the Conservatorio G. Verdi, the ICONS Academy in Novara and others. Instruction in vocal and instrumental performance, composition, and orchestra may be arranged for qualified students on the basis of auditions or videotapes. Attending conservatory courses requires an application forwarded an least one month prior to the IES application deadline.
  • In addition to intensive language study during the three-week orientation, all beginning and low-intermediate students of Italian are immersed in language through a mandatory nine-credit block of Italian, incorporating the study of contemporary Italian life and culture. In addition to language study, students select from area studies courses in history, literature, art history, cinema, and political science.
  • Closely supervised internships are offered, which are designed to incorporate the study of cultural differences and language through immersion in the work environment of government agencies, not-for-profit organizations and private enterprises. IES organizes field trips as an integral part of the Milan program, taking participants to sites throughout the city and to places further afield not easily accessible through independent travel.
  • Housing is provided in shared apartments with Italian roommates.
  • Eligibility: Course background in European history and humanities recommended.

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | Fax: 312-944-1448 | Susan Hansen:shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Advisor(s):
Professor McIntyre, (Music) Bucksbaum 256
Eligibility: Open to all majors
Related Fields of Study:
Art History
Economics
History
Music
Website: Program Website

Rome - Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome
  • The Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome, administered by Duke University, involves a consortium of ten American colleges and universities and provides students with an opportunity in Rome to study ancient history, archeology, Greek and Latin literature, and ancient art.
  • ICCS has received generous support from the Danforth Foundation, the Old Dominion Foundation, the Mellon Foundation, and the David and Lucille Packard Foundation, among others. The faculty is chosen from persons teaching classics, history, and art history in the U.S. and Canada as well as from academics resident in Italy, who teach art history and Italian language.
  • Students normally take four courses including a required comprehensive and integrated course entitled "The Ancient City," which is the equivalent of two semester courses. This course covers Roman archaeology and topography, aspects of social and urban history of Rome and Roman civilization. Frequent site visits, museum tours, lectures, and field trips outside of Rome, to such areas as Campania, Etruria, and Sicily are included as part of the course. The remaining two courses are chosen from; Intermediate or Advanced Latin, Intermediate or Advanced Greek, Renaissance and Baroque Art History, or Elementary Italian.
  • Housing is provided in the ICCS center itself, containing shared rooms, classrooms, library, dining rooms and kitchen.
  • Eligibility: Major in classics or art history with strong classical interests. Strong Roman History background either through coursework or independent reading. Minimum GPA of 3.0.

ICCS Office of Study Abroad | 919-684-2174 | Fax: 919-684-3083 | abroad[at]aas.duke[dot]edu

Advisor(s):
Professor M. Cummins, (Classics) ARH 311D
Eligibility: Open to all majors
Related Fields of Study:
Classics
Website: Program Website

Rome - Trinity College in Rome

Program Summary will be posted soon.

Advisor(s):
Professor M. Cummins, (Classics) ARH 311D
Eligibility: Open to all majors
Related Fields of Study:
Classics
Website: Program Website

Netherlands

Amsterdam - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Program Summary will be posted soon.
Advisor(s):
Richard Bright, (OCS Director) Macy 108 
Jonathan Larson, (OCS Assistant Director) Macy 107
Eligibility: Open to all majors 
Related Fields of Study:

Website: Program Website

Poland

Warsaw - Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)
  • The CIEE Central European Studies program in Warsaw is located at the Warsaw School of Economics, the oldest and largest economics university in Poland. 
  • The program offers a broad array of courses in Central European politics, literature, history, Polish language, and economics.  In addition, students may opt to enroll in elective courses at the Warsaw School of Economics.  All courses are taught by Polish faculty in English.  Field trips include visits to various sites within Warsaw, a study tour to Gdansk, and a 4-day excursion to Krakow and surrounding areas, including a visit to Auschwitz. 
  • Students are housed in a dormitory on campus at the Warsaw School of Economics. 
  • Eligibility: RCEES concentration coursework recommended, especially RES 291, Perspectives in Modern Central and Eastern European Literature.

Council on International Educational Exchange | 207-553-7600 | Fax: 207-553-7699 | info[at]ciee[dot]org

Advisor(s):
Professor Armstrong, (Russian) ARH 232D
Eligibility: Open to all majors 
Related Fields of Study:
Central and East European Studies
Website: Program Website

Russia

Moscow & St. Petersburg - American Councils Study Abroad (ACTR)
  • ACTR Russian Language and Area Studies offers the choice of either Moscow or St. Petersburg for its linguistic and cultural immersion programs, which are located at the Moscow Linguistics University, Moscow International University, and the Russian State Pedagogical University in St. Petersburg.
  • The programs endeavor to maximize linguistic and cultural immersion into Russian society through the intensive study of Russian language and opportunities for students to develop their knowledge of Russian history, politics, economics, culture, and society. Language instruction is in small groups (5-7). Classes are taught by full-time Russian faculty members of the host institution. Participants may audit regular university courses with Russian peers and in some cases may substitute two of these courses for ACTR offerings. Academic Year Program participants may undertake an independent study or research project during the second semester.
  • All students may avail themselves of internship or volunteer opportunities in businesses, voluntary or non-governmental organizations. Regular weekly excursions are a part of the program as well as field trips to regions outside of Moscow or St. Petersburg. Housing options are available with host families or university dormitories.
  • Eligibility: Advanced (3 years) or Intermediate (2 years) of Russian.

American Councils for International Education | 202-833-7522 | Fax: 202-833-7523 |outbound[at]americancouncils[dot]org

Advisor(s):
Professor Armstrong, (Russian) ARH 232D
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied Russian to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
Central and East European Studies
Russian Studies
Website: Program Website

Irkutsk - Middlebury
  • ACTR Russian Language and Area Studies offers the choice of either Moscow or St. Petersburg for its linguistic and cultural immersion programs, which are located at the Moscow Linguistics University, Moscow International University, and the Russian State Pedagogical University in St. Petersburg.
  • The programs endeavor to maximize linguistic and cultural immersion into Russian society through the intensive study of Russian language and opportunities for students to develop their knowledge of Russian history, politics, economics, culture, and society. Language instruction is in small groups (5-7). Classes are taught by full-time Russian faculty members of the host institution. Participants may audit regular university courses with Russian peers and in some cases may substitute two of these courses for ACTR offerings. Academic Year Program participants may undertake an independent study or research project during the second semester.
  • All students may avail themselves of internship or volunteer opportunities in businesses, voluntary or non-governmental organizations. Regular weekly excursions are a part of the program as well as field trips to regions outside of Moscow or St. Petersburg. Housing options are available with host families or university dormitories.
  • Eligibility: Advanced (3 years) or Intermediate (2 years) of Russian.

Advisor(s):
Professor Armstrong, (Russian) ARH 232D
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied Russian to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
Central and East European Studies
Russian Studies
Website: Program Website

Spain

Granada - Institute for the International Edcuation of Students (IES)
  • IES in Granada offers two options for students of different levels of Spanish-language proficiency, the intermediate and the advanced Spanish programs.
  • Students placed into the intermediate level take courses in both English and Spanish; the advanced courses are entirely in Spanish, including the option of taking courses together with Spanish students at the Universidad de Granada. The IES Granada curriculum offers students the unique opportunity to study Spain's Moorish heritage and Jewish past as well as its continuing links with the Arab world through North African studies.
  • Area studies courses taught in English or Spanish include offerings in art history, economics, environmental studies, film studies, history, international relations, literature, history, political science, religion, sociology, theatre and women's studies. Included are course options such as the Islamic and Sephardic Experience in Spain, The North African Economy, Islamic Art an d Architecture of Spain, the Arab World and the West, and Images of Women in the Mediterranean. Various internships are available in non-profits related to cultural management and social services.
  • Various volunteer work opportunities are also available. In addition to guided visits around Granada, students may participate in field trips to Seville, Cadiz, and Jerez de la Frontera; an optional trip is offered to Morocco during the spring semester. Each semester selected students studying the European Union may participate in the Model European Union, which has been held in various IES Center locations, including Nantes, France and Berlin, Germany. Spring-semester students studying drama may participate in the International Drama Festival scheduled at one of the other IES Centers in Europe, such as Dublin.
  • Housing is provided in Spanish homes, student residence halls, or colegios mayores for advanced students of Spanish. 
  • Eligibility: Spanish 217 for the intermediate-level program in either fall or spring semester.   
  • Eligibility for advanced program:  Spanish 285. It is strongly recommended however that advanced program students have 300-level Spanish whether going in the spring or fall.  Priority is given to students who have studied Spanish during the semester preceding the program. Course in European history or culture recommended.  

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 ext. 5036 (Amber Mercier) | Fax: 312-944-1448 | Susan Hansen: shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Advisor(s):
Professor Valentin, (Spanish) ARH 220B
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied Spanish to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
European History
Website: Program Website

Madrid - Hamilton College in Spain
  • Hamilton College in Spain is a rigorous program dedicated to maintaining the standards of the member colleges of its academic consortium, Hamilton, Williams, Swarthmore, Amherst, and Haverford.
  • Courses are designed specifically for the students on the program and are taught in small classes by members of the Facultad de Filosofia y Letras of the Universidad Compultense de Madrid or other authorities in the humanities, history, and the arts. Students take four courses per semester selected from a wide range of offerings in Spanish language, literature, and civilization, which include classes in history and art history, political science, economics, anthropology, and sociology. Independent study may be arranged by students who wish to work on individual projects. All courses are taught entirely in Spanish and the language must be spoken at all times, both in and outside of class. All students are required to sign a pledge to this effect before their arrival in Madrid.
  • Internships are available, allowing students to immerse themselves more fully in the social and cultural environment of Madrid in such areas as education, health care, and social work.
  • The program offers an unusually large number of academically structured field trips and excursions throughout the semester, beginning with the 10-day orientation on the north or south coast. Other destinations have included Granada, Segovia, Salamanca, Toledo, Seville, Cordoba, Avila, and Santiago de Compostela, among others.
  • Housing is provided in homestays with carefully selected Spanish families.
  • Eligibility: Minimum GPA of 3.0. 300-level Spanish.  

Hamilton College | 312-859-4201 | Fax: 315-859-4969 | ghasburg[at]hamilton[dot]edu

Advisor(s):
Professor Valentin, (Spanish) ARH 220B
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied Spanish to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
Humanities
History
Arts
Website: Program Website

Madrid - Institute for the International Education of Students
  • The IES in Madrid is located on the campus of the Universidad Compultense de Madrid, immediately immersing program participants in Spanish student life. The IES Center offers a wide range of courses in Spanish, specifically designed for American students and taught by Spanish faculty as well as the opportunity to take regular university courses with Spanish students.
  • The principal focus of courses at the IES Center is the development of students' ability to communicate in Spanish, which begins during the two weeks of intensive language study at the beginning of the program. Language learning is greatly enhanced by the opportunity to interact with Spanish students in the residence halls, classrooms, and common areas of the university. Area studies courses offered by the center include art history, archeology, cinema, economics, history, literature, political science, sociology and theatre; university course offerings are highly varied and include classes in international relations, women's studies, philosophy, history, linguistics, and sociology. Students are required to take at least one regular university course, for credit or as an audit.
  • Various internship options are available with such organizations as environmental groups, art museums, UNICEF, and the National Library. Students interested in pursuing volunteer work are provided with opportunities to work with children and adolescents, human rights and women's groups or the elderly.
  • In addition to guided visits around Madrid, students may participate in optional field trips to places of interest throughout Spain, such as Cordoba, Seville, and Cadiz. An optional field trip to Morocco is arranged during the spring break. Each semester selected students studying the European Union may participate in the Model European Union, which has been held in both Freiburg and London. Spring semester students studying drama may participate in the International Drama Festival scheduled at one of the other IES Centers in Europe, such as Paris.
  • Housing is provided in homestays or one of the university dormitories.
  • Eligibility: Spanish 285. It is strongly recommended however that all students have 300-level Spanish whether going in the spring or fall.  Priority is given to students who have studied Spanish during the semester preceding the program. Course in European history or culture recommended.  

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | Fax: 312-944-1448 | Susan Hansen:shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Advisor(s):
Professor Patrick, (Spanish) ARH 220A
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied Spanish to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
Humanities
Social Studies
Sciences
Website: Program Website

Salmanca - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)
  • The IES in Salamanca offers students of high-intermediate or advanced level in Spanish the opportunity to build on their language skills while taking a wide range of courses in Spanish offered at both the IES Center and the famous Universidad de Salamanca.
  • The program provides courses in Art History, Economics, History, Spanish Language and Literature, Political Science, Religion, and Sociology, focusing on Iberian culture, comparative Mediterranean studies, and comparative studies of Spain and Latin America. Courses at the Universidad de Salamanca provide an opportunity to take classes together with Spanish students, and advanced-level students are required to enroll for at least one university course alongside their studies at the IES Center; students at the intermediate level are encouraged to do so as well. University courses are available in all major areas, including Anthropology, Art, Hsitory, Linguistics, Literature, Philosophy, Political Science , Psychology, and Sociology, as well as Biology and Biochemistry. Each semester, selected students studying the European Union may participate in the Model European Union, which has been held in various IES Center locations, including Nantes, France and Berlin, Germany.
  • Various internships are available for advanced students of Spanish in education and social services.
  • Field trips and cultural events are provided to such locations as Segovia, Toledo, and Madrid; the fall program features travel to Portugal. Optional visits are offered to such places as Granada, Seville, Barcleona.
  • Housing is offered either in homestays or student residence halls, available only to full-year students.
  • Eligibility: Spanish 285. It is strongly recommended however that all students have 300-level Spanish whether going in the spring or fall.  Priority is given to students who have studied Spanish during the semester preceding the program. Course in European history or culture recommended.  

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | Fax: 312-944-1448 | Susan Hansen:shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Advisor(s):
Professor Patrick, (Spanish) ARH 220A
Eligibility: Open to all majors who have studied Spanish to the prerequisite level
Related Fields of Study:
Humanities
Social Studies
Sciences
Website: Program Website

Sweden

Stockhom - The Swedish Program: Liberal Arts at the Stockhom School of Economics
  • The Swedish Program: Liberal Arts at the Stockhom School of Economics , primarily recommended for students intending to work on advanced projects in the social sciences, focuses on how Sweden has addressed political, social, artistic, and economic issues relevant to all advanced societies.
  • The curriculum reflects the country's innovative responses to public policy challenges such as environmental protection, gender equality, women's issues, immigration, workplace democracy, day-care, health care, and education; topics which are pursued in an interdisciplinary and critical tradition. Comparative study compares and contrasts Swedish social and economic policies with those of the United States and its European neighbors. Course work also includes the required study of Swedish language as well as offerings in Swedish literature, film, art, and architecture. All content courses are taught in English. Classes promote experiential learning through direct observation and discussion with Swedi sh professionals, and students are expected to keep journals in order to record and interpret their everyday experiences.
  • Field trips have included visits to the Swedish Parliament, art museums, the Royal Theater, public schools and private companies. The fall semester program offers an extended excursion to the islands of the Stockholm Archipelago while in the spring semester students travel to the Dalarna region 200 miles north of the Stockholm. An optional excursion is also offered to the island of Gotland.
  • Program participants have the option of living with a Swedish family or in university-owned apartments throughout the city.
  • Eligibility: Background in sociology, anthropology, and/or political science. Detailed plan of study.  

Hamilton College | 315-737-0123 | Fax: 315-737-0127 | info[at]swedishprogram[dot]org

Advisor(s):
Richard Bright, (OCS Director) Macy 108
Jonathan Larson, (OCS Assistant Director) Macy 107
Eligibility: Open to all majors 
Related Fields of Study:
European Studies
Health Care
International Relations
Migration Studies
Political Science
Public Policy
Swedish and Scandinavian Studies
Sociology
Women's Studies
Website: Program Website

Turkey

Istanbul - Duke University in Istanbul (spring)

Duke in Istanbul  offers students an opportunity for cultural immersion in one of the most highly ranked universities in Turkey in classes with Turkish students while benefiting from courses and extensive field trips and activities offered by Duke University.

Why study in Istanbul?

  • Crossroads of European, Middle Eastern and Central Asian cultures 
  • Emphasis on cultural, historical, social, political, and religious dimensions of region 
  • Historic capital of Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires 
  • Opportunity to study in English at Turkish university

Advisor(s):
Professor Kamp, (Anthropology) Goodnow 208
Professor Roberts, (Religious Studies) Steiner 203
Professor Sala, (Political Science) Carnegie 312
Richard Bright, (OCS Director) Macy 108
Eligibility: Open to all majors 
Related Fields of Study:
Anthropology
Art History
History
Political Science
Religious Studies
Sociology
Website: Program Website