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Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies

Why study on the ICCS program in Rome?

  • Highly selective program devoted to Classical Studies, Latin, and Ancient Greek
  • Emphasis on Ancient Rome in a required eight-credit course focusing on Roman civilization through archaeology, topography, social and urban history
  • Study of Latin or Ancient Greek at the intermediate or advanced level
  • Art History: Renaissance and Baroque
  • Optional course in elementary Italian language

Arts, Humanities and Culture – Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM)

Why study in Florence?

  • Study the Italian Renaissance through the artistic heritage of a city that produced many of the great masterpieces of Western Civilization
  • Courses include visits to museums and monuments, lectures by local scholars and art conservation specialists
  • Learn Italian from the beginning level while living with a host family
  • Extensive field trips to other Italian locations, such as Rome, Venice, Pisa and Siena

Aquincum Institute of Technology (AIT)

Why study in Hungary?

  • Classes with leading scholars, designers, and entrepreneurs on a unique program for computer science and software engineering students in a beautiful and historic European capital, internationally noted for creativity in mathematics and computing
  • Small group courses taught in English
  • Additional options in Budapest Studies, Entrepreneurship, Film Studiers and Music.
  • Intensive Hungarian language (Grinnell requirement)

Budapest Semester in Mathematics

Why study in Hungary?

  • Study with leading scholars on a unique program for undergraduates in a beautiful and historic European capital noted for a long tradition of excellence in mathematics
  • Small group courses taught in English featuring a wide-selection of mathematical topics
  • Additional classes offered  in Hungarian Studies, film, history and Computer Science
  • Intensive study of Hungarian language (Grinnell requirement)

College Year/Semester in Athens

Why study in Athens?

  • Focus on the history and civilization of Greece and the East Mediterranean region
  • Liberal arts curriculum with emphases in Ancient Greek and Latin, Classical Art and Archeology, History, Literature, and Religion
  • Honors Tutorial independent study option for advanced students of Classical Studies
  • Study contemporary Greece and Modern Greek language

Munich Program – Wayne State University

Why study on the Wayne State University Program in Munich?

  • Oldest study-abroad program in Germany, designed for advanced-level students,
  • German studies courses offered specifically for program participants
  • Classes with German students at local universities:  Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München or Technische Universität München.
  • Internships, service-learning and volunteering opportunities
  • Optional research projects in such subject areas as history, political science, film, theatre, sciences, and philosophy. 

European Union Program

Why study on the European Union Program?

  • Explore key issues in European political and economic integration
  • Interact with economic and political experts, EU officials, corporations and NGOs
  • Visit key organizations, including: European Parliament, Court of Justice, European Central Bank, World Bank, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • Travel throughout Europe to both older and newer m European Union member states