Students Travel AbroadFOR MORE INFORMATION:
STACY RODLUND, operations manager, Global Education
AMY KELLY, Media Relations director
CONCORDIA STUDENTS TRAVEL ABROAD
More than 115 Concordia College students are studying abroad this spring and summer. Three May Seminars offered this spring have 25 students visiting more than nine countries, five students will be participating in Summer Field Studies in Rwanda, five will be studying in the Oslo (Norway) Summer School program and another 76 students will be in the Summer Abroad Program in Greece, Italy, Tanzania and Great Britain.
Students participating in May Seminars Abroad will study education in Northern Europe, social inequality from London to Rome or lifestyles in England, France and Switzerland.
Students will work on service projects in Rwanda and in Oslo, participants will enjoy the cultural experience of studying alongside students from more than 90 countries.
Summer School offers students the opportunities to study nursing and health in Tanzania, culture in Scotland, worship and psychology in Great Britain or music in Italy. In Santorini, Greece, students can study poetry or astronomy or photograph the landscape.
The study abroad programs are designed to enhance learning; some include an on-campus course and an off-campus travel seminar led by Concordia faculty. The courses contain background information necessary to understand and appreciate the travel experience of various countries and academic disciplines.