Study Abroad Programs
Eligibility requirements: 3.0 gpa, previous study in your field, coursework relative to the understanding of Scotland
Housing: University assists students find housing in halls of residence or student flats, students provide own meals.
Details: Study with local and international students, wide variety of first and second year courses available, third year courses possible in major with background; classes for study abroad students in: arts, biomedical and life sciences (including a short course in clinical Human Anatomy for students planning to attend medical school), information and mathematical sciences, business and social sciences, physical sciences; lectures and tutorials, some art classes available in the Glasgow School of Art. Some year-long classes not open to spring semester students.
Eligibility requirements: Junior or Senior status; preparing serious research in the Humanities
Housing: Canterbury Court Apartments, downtown Chicago, students provide own meals.
Details: Work with faculty members to delve into the collection of the Newberry Library in Chicago; the Library's collections focus on the civilizations of Western Europe and the Americas from the late middle ages to the early 20th century; designed for mature and motivated students.
Eligibility requirements: Junior or senior standing preferred, approval through campus selection process, previous coursework relating to social change.
Housing: Program students housed in double rooms in apartments with cooking facilities located in Chicago neighborhoods; students provide own meals.
Details: Study with ACM program students; 4 units of credit: a city-centered Core Course, a choice of Seminar course topics; an internship connecting academics to the world of work; an independent study project related to the student’s academic goals, often linked to the internship.
Eligibility requirements: Nomination from home school, strong academic record; introduction to world politics or similar coursework.
Housing: Dormitories on the AU Tenley Campus; choose meal plan.
Details: Enroll in topic of study (e.g. American Politics, Foreign Policy, Peace and Conflict Resolution, International Law and Organizations, International Environment and Development, Transforming Communities and Public Policy); study with U.S. and international students, set of courses related to the topic: Seminar (some include overseas study travel), Internship, Research Project; expert guest speakers; meetings with policy makers; topics vary from year to year.
Ex = Exchange Program
D = Direct Enrollment
Ex/D = both Exchange and Direct Enrollment are available
P = Program Provider
Last updated: 8/10