Study Abroad – Where to Go
Kansai Gaidai University in Kyoto, Japan – All majors in their junior year; no Japanese language study required. Business, Social Sciences and Fine Arts courses taught in English. Intensive Japanese language program offered. One and two semester programs. Students pay tuition, fees and room/board to Marshall University.
Tokyo Denki University in Tokyo, Japan – All majors in their junior year; no prior Japanese language study required. Business, Science and Social Science courses taught in English. Semi-intensive Japanese program offered. One semester program during fall. Students pay tuition to Marshall University and room/board to Tokyo Denki.
Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, England – Science, Liberal Arts and Fine Arts majors in their junior year. Also, exchange is subject to identifying a counterpart student from Anglia who can participate in the exchange. One and two semester programs. Students pay Marshall University tuition and fees and they pay their dormitory fee to Anglia (does not include food). Selection is conducted through Dr. Ralph Oberly of the College of Science (for Science majors), Dr. William Denman (for Communication Studies majors), Dr. Corley Dennison (for Journalism majors), and Dr. Clark Egnor (for all other majors).
Buckinghamshire College in London, England – Business majors in their junior year. One semester programs only. Students pay Marshall University tuition and fees and they pay their dormitory fee to Buckinghamshire. Limited number of tuition waivers may be available for Marshall University students. Selection is conducted through Dr. Lorraine Anderson of the College of Business. Exchange is limited to four students per year.
Catholic University of Lyon, France – One or two month French Language Program. Students take intensive French courses and earn 6 hours of foreign language credit . No French proficiency required. Students stay in homestays and participate in weekend excursions to cultural and historical sites. Departure date is in July. Selection is conducted through Modern Languages. Learn more about this program from the Modern Languages website.
Universitas Nebrija in Madrid, Spain – One or two-month Spanish Language Program. Students take intensive Spanish courses and earn 6 hours per month of credit in the Foreign Language department. No Spanish proficiency required. Students stay in homestays and participate in weekend excursions to cultural and historical sites. Departure dates are usually in June and July. Selection is conducted through Dr. Maria-Carmen Riddel, Modern Languages. Learn more about this program on the Modern Languages website.
Kyungpook National University, Daegu, South Korea – Summer program led by an MU College of Business faculty member; on-campus housing; 4-week program from late June; earn up to 6 credits in Business and International Studies.
ISEP is a network of 300 colleges and universities in 42 countries cooperating to provide affordable access to international education for a diverse student population. ISEP students gain intercultural competence through integration into their host institution and host culture while exploring the international dimensions of their academic field.
ISEP offers students two options:
- ISEP-Exchanges: reciprocal exchange among ISEP Member institutions.
- ISEP-Direct: study abroad programs at ISEP Member institutions open to students from ISEP Member and Affiliate institution.
For more information about ISEP, visit their website at http://www.isep.org