Concordia doesn’t just promise a global experience – we deliver. Check back often for more stories of Cobbers becoming responsibly engaged in the world.
Megan Luebke '09 is using her liberal arts education to stay responsibly engaged in the world through her work with Up With People.
Students in a Food in Global History class were assigned to look at the relationship between food and culture by interviewing an international student and preparing a favorite dish from that person’s country.
Students on campus are taking action to help save lives in Africa by raising funds to purchase vaccines that fight the effects of meningitis.
Concordia vaccine researchers will share test results from a promising vaccine candidate at a national science symposium in Boston.
Kelsey Kava '13: responsibly engaged on three continents in her four years at Concordia.
Is gazing into the sky in Santorini, Greece, much different than in Moorhead? Dr. Heidi Manning says learning astronomy in Greece has some exciting benefits.
Yiwei Yi is a one-of-a-kind student – she’s the first to pursue dual degrees from Concordia and Sichuan International Studies University in Chongqing, China.
In May 2012, Concordia students spent a month experiencing life and health care in rural Tanzania.
A movie inspired Sam Buro '13 to visit Rwanda - but the real-life experience she had there changed her life.
The Concordia Orchestra spent a weekend at the Finnish Language Village workshopping music by beloved Finnish composer Jean Sibelius.
English professor Dr. Dawn Duncan devised classroom assignments to help connect domestic and international students.
A month in Rwanda taught Shelby Gothier '13 much about that country's culture, but also a great deal about herself.
Students in Dr. Gay Rawson’s French class had an eye-opening experience as pen pals with students in Cameroon.
While traveling in China with The Concordia Band in May, Sarah Olson '15, Eagan, Minn., was eager to interact with Chinese students.
Some people describe studying abroad as a once-in-a-lifetime experience, but after a person has traveled abroad they often find ways to get to go again. Hear students and faculty describe the international education experience.
Students who study in Africa are thrilled by its diversity and opportunities. They interact with and journey alongside the people there, while also learning more about themselves and their role in a global society.
The Concordia Band made history in May 2012 as the college's first ensemble to perform in China.
Aashik Olety and Ben Wagner are two of 117 international students representing 35 countries at Concordia this academic year. Hear them describe the inclusiveness of the campus and the opportunities they've had as part of the Cobber family.
Discovering a culture and finding adventures is what dozens of Concordia students experience during Summer School Abroad. See what students in three cities learned last May.
Concordia is an undisputed leader in global education - routinely ranking in the top 15 colleges for study abroad opportunities which have exposed students to the cultures of 54 countries on six continents.
For nearly 50 years, Concordia has believed that spending time in another culture is a valuable and necessary part of a student’s education.