Study Abroad

It’s not too late to study abroad in summer 2015!

Many summer programs are still accepting applications! Don't miss this opportunity to earn credit while making new friends and experiencing a different culture. Don’t speak a foreign language? No problem! All courses are taught in English and led by faculty members who will assist you throughout your experience. Spots are filling up quickly, so complete your application today! Just follow the link to your program of interest and select “Apply Now.”

Summer I programs still accepting applications include:

Amazonia: Culture and Environment

Russian Literature Study in St. Petersburg, Russia

Western Roots of Interior Design—Greek Influence in Athens, Greece

Summer II programs still accepting applications include:

Arabic Studies in the Emirates

Both Sides of the Fence: Understanding Mexican Migration in Guanajuato, Mexico

Chinese Language and Culture

Colonialism and Terrorism: Case Study Ireland (Incoming freshman only)

Engineering in China

Focus on Health Care: Summer School Utrecht

Lyon Summer Program

Media Ethics and Culture in London

Summer in Istanbul

Concerned about cost? We want to help! The Haenicke Institute for Global Education Study Abroad Scholarship offers need– and merit–based scholarships for short-term study abroad programs directed by WMU faculty in late spring, summer I and summer II semesters. Need–based awards are worth up to $1,500; merit-based awards are worth up to $1,000. Information and application.

Many other departments on campus help students fund the life-changing opportunity to study abroad. Information and applications.

Do not see what you are looking for? Check out our list of study abroad programs and start making plans for future semesters or summers!

We are here to help you make studying abroad happen! Get in touch: write or call (269) 387-5890.

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WMU Study Abroad is a partner of the Institute of International Education's Generation Study Abroad initiative, which is focused on increasing study abroad participation by 50 percent over five years spanning 2014 to 2019.

A unit of the Diether H. Haenicke Institute for Global Education.