Programs

STUDENTS MAY SEARCH FROM A VARIETY OF STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMSAND APPLY TO TWO TYPES OF PROGRAM:

Programs range by:

  • Length (semester, summer, full year)
  • Semester (fall, spring, summer)
  • Location (domestic, international, language restrictions)
  • Housing (home-stay, residence hall)
  • Type of Program (University-Based, Study Center-Based, Field-Based Internship, Language Immersion)

CALDWELL AFFILIATED STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS

DUKSUNG WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY (SEOUL, KOREA)

Through the exchange program Caldwell has with Duksung Women’s University, students may study abroad here for a semester during their junior year. At the discretion of Duksung, Caldwell University students attending Duksung may receive a full or partial tuition waiver.

WASHINGTON SEMESTER PROGRAM OF AMERICAN UNIVERSITY

Under the Washington Semester Program of American University , Caldwell students spend one semester in residency at American University, taking advantage of the many resources of the Washington D.C. area.

The program involves a seminar, internship experience and the option of an independent research project or course elective. Washington Semester students earn a full semester of credit and can focus on one of several areas of study : American Politics, The Middle East & World Affairs, Global Economics & Business Foreign Policy, International Law and Organizations, Journalism, Justice & Law, Peace & Conflict Resolution and Transforming Communities.

Students enroll at Caldwell University during this semester, but pay tuition at the American University rate and may use federal financial aid. The program is open to second semester sophomores, juniors and seniors. Eligible students must submit two applications: the American University Application and the Caldwell Study Abroad Application . Scholarships may be available.

For more information, contact Dr. Domenic Maffei , Chair of the Department of History and Political Science.

WROXTON COLLEGE (ENGLAND)

In partnership with Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU), Caldwell students have an opportunity to live and study in a 400-year-old mansion, in the heart of England, surrounded by 56 acres of lakes and woodlands at Wroxton College-England .

Students will have the opportunity to study English literature, theater and drama, economics, business, history, political science, fine arts, sociology, communications, psychology, social policy and cross-cultural perspectives, as well as pursue independent studies in any subject taught by full-time faculty at Wroxton and visiting guess speakers from business, government, and performing arts. Students will study from Monday to Thursday and have a three day weekend each week. Every weekend there is a trip planned for them, including a long weekend in Edinburgh, Scotland and Paris. View an example of Tours & Activities for Fall 2012 .

Caldwell students pay tuition at the FDU rate with a 30% discount on tuition (not including room & board) and may use federal financial aid. The program is open to second semester sophomores, juniors and seniors in good academic standing and with a minimum GPA of 3.00. Eligible students must submit two applications: the Wroxton College FDU Application ($40 application fee will be waived)  and the Caldwell Study Abroad Application.

Summer at Wroxton is now available. Check out dates, cost, and deadlines here.

CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS HISPANICOS DE SEGOVIA (SEGOVIA, SPAIN)

Eligible Caldwell students with a minimum of two semesters of Spanish level language may apply through Concordia College or Bethel University to study at Centro de Estudios Hispanicos de Segovia in Segovia, Spain during the fall semester. Students with less than two semesters of Spanish level language may speak with the Modern Languages department about studying here during the summer.

Students will live with a Spanish family (homestay), and classes are taught by native Spanish Professors, with an option to complete an internship for academic credit. Students will also have opportunities to travel to surrounding cities, such as Cordoba, Sevilla, Granada, Barcelona, and Madrid.

For more information, contact Dr. Isabelle Genest , Chair of Modern Languages or Dr. Carol Stroud .

Read more about the program online at http://www.cehsegovia.com/center.htm

Dominican University’s Summer Study in Fanjeaux for Dominican Colleges and Universities (Fanjeaux, France)

This international summer study experience brings together faculty, administrators, students and staff from U.S. Dominican schools to southern France. Mornings are spent in study, afternoons in excursions to historic sites in southern France with a focus on places significant in the early history of the Order of Preachers. As a community of learners, students will enjoy simple living and good meals at the Belvedere, a Dominican guest-house. Students will visit many interesting sites in southern France, including places that are special to the Dominican Order’s early years. Proposed plans for the daily tours from Fanjeaux include Prouilhe, Toulouse, Carcassonne, Albi, Collioure (on Mediterranean), Montségur, Grottes de Niaux (prehistoric paintings), and Chateau de Puilaurens. The program concludes with four days in Paris.

Students will take a three-credit course, “France in the Middle Ages,” and learn about the history, philosophy, art and literature of the period, both in class and on field trips. The interdisciplinary course is taught in English; no previous knowledge of French is necessary.

Airfare travel grants plus $1000 towards tuition costs may be available for up to two full-time members of the Caldwell University student body interested in participating and advancing the College community’s dialogue about the Dominican mission and tradition. Students must complete a separate application for a Student Airfare Grant.

Eligible students must submit two applications: the Dominican University application and the Caldwell Study Abroad Application. To obtain an application or for more information visit www.dom.edu/fanjeaux or contact Paulette Banko at pbanko@caldwell.edu. Caldwell staff/faculty intending to participate in the program should contact Paulette Banko for a staff/faculty application.

EXTERNAL STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS

The following are some Study Abroad programs that Caldwell students have previously attended. Students are welcome to study at other programs outside the list, but understand that they have not been pre-vetted by the college community.

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