Reinhardt students have the opportunity to enrich their knowledge and expand their own cultural identities by studying abroad. The International Studies program at Reinhardt University provides students with life-transforming educational experiences outside of the borders of their own society. These programs expand upon the high-quality liberal arts, professional and science education they obtain at Reinhardt as students learn to interact more effectively in a world that is becoming more interdependent and more global.
Students may register for summer school group courses led by Reinhardt faculty program directors in which the classroom is global. In recent years, faculty-led programs have explored Spain, Ghana, France, Greece, Italy, Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Great Britain.
Alternately, or in addition, students may work on an individual basis with the Director of International Studies and their major advisors to find a summer-, semester- or year-long study abroad program that fits their geographical, academic and financial needs and interests. These may be classroom programs, internships, field or service learning programs, or a combination. Each program will have its own selection criteria; each applicant must meet the standards set by that particular program. Students work with their advisors to assure that their choice of a program will reinforce and supplement their major curriculum. In recent years, Reinhardt students have lived and studied in Denmark, Ireland, Australia, Spain, Italy, England and Peru.
International studies opportunities provide excellent support for students in any major and such programs deeply enrich our students and our University community.
For additional information please contact:
Director of International Studies
Study Abroad in Spain!
May 2-26, 2012
This summer Ms. Viviana Baxter will lead an exciting trip abroad to study the language and culture of Spain. Learn more about Spain and the trip at this site created by Reinhardt student Angela Harkins.
Recent Study Abroad - Summer 2010
9 - 30 May
"Visual Culture and German History, Sports and Media in Society and Cultural Diversity in Central Europe"
22 Days in central Europe: Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic
Recent Service Abroad - Summer 2010
4 - 12 May
The Chaplain's Office is sponsoring a nine-day trek across the United Kingdom to visit three recent Reinhardt alums who are currently serving in year-long Christian placements in England and Scotland. The trip is open to any Reinhardt student, faculty and staff member.
Additional Resources for Individualized Study Abroad
Students may work with their advisors and the director of International Studies to find study abroad opportunities to fulfill their academic needs.
Resources for Faculty
Study Abroad Handbook
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Useful tips for traveling and getting the most out of your study abroad experience;
Useful web sites;