Beloit College Semester and Academic Year Programs
The programs listed on this page take place during the academic year. All involve semester-long study. In some cases, students may remain at the study abroad site for a second semester of study.
A few short-term, faculty-led programs also take place during the academic year, and are described on a second page.
Students who plan to study abroad in China, Ecuador, Russia and Senegal can find models for the kind of projects they might undertake in those countries as part of the Cities in Transition courses they take.
China: Henan University - Study Chinese language at Henan University (in Kaifeng) and conduct field research in a course on Chinese Cities in Transition. Advisor: Daniel Youd
China: Shandong University - Study Chinese language at Shandong University (in Jinan) and conduct field research in a course on Chinese Cities in Transition. Advisor: Daniel Youd
Ecuador: USFQ- Quito - Live in Quito and study a city in transition while enrolled in the Universidad San Francisco de Quito. Advisor: Sylvia Lopez
Ecuador: USFQ- GAIAS (Galápagos Islands) - Pursue environmental studies on the Galapagos Islands through the Universidad San Francisco de Quito. Advisor- Ken Yasukawa
England and Italy: London & Florence: Arts in Context - Study in two cultural capitals and focus on the arts that have made these two cities central to the heritage of the West. Advisor: Tamara Ketabgian
Germany: Erfurt University - Study with Germans and international students in Erfurt, the capital of Thuringia, a center of German and European history and culture. Advisor: Elizabeth Brewer, International Education
Hong Kong, China: Lingnan University - Take social science and humanities courses in English at China's only liberal arts university. Live in a multilingual Asian economic and cultural center. Advisor: John Rapp
Hungary: Eötvös University Collégium - Live with local students in the Collégium, an honors college of the Eötvös University, on the Buda side of the Danube River. Advisor: András Boros-Kazai
Italy: Florence: Arts, Humanities & Culture - Explore Renaissance Italy through courses in art and architecture, language, studio art, and more. Advisor: Tamara Ketabgian.
Japan: Akita International University - Study in Japan with international and Japanese students or at Akita International University. Advisor: Susan Furukawa
Japan: Kansai Gaidai University - Study in Japan with international and Japanese students in the Kansai Gaidai Asian Studies program in Hirakata. Advisor: Susan Furukawa
Japan: Rikkyo University - Study Japanese language and history in Tokyo. Advisor: Susan Furukawa
Morocco: Al Akhawayn University - Study in Morocco in an Arabic/French language setting in the Atlas Mountains. Courses available in all disciplinary areas. Advisor: Elizabeth Brewer
Norway: Sogn og Fjordane University - Take advantage of Western Norway's diverse natural environment by enrolling in the From Mountain to Fjord program in the fall semester or Geohazards and Climate Change in the spring. Students live in college residence halls. Advisor: Laura Parmentier
Russia: Russian State University for the Humanities - Explore historic and contemporary Moscow and undertake field research as you become more fluent in Russian at RSUH in the heart of of the city. Advisors: Donna Oliver and Olga Ogurtsova
Senegal: Senegal program in Dakar - Study in French, learn Wolof, and take courses on Senegalese cities, health policy, development and Islam. Learn with local students and live with host families in Dakar. Advisor: Beth Dougherty and Scott Lyngaas
Turkey: Yeditepe University - Study in English at a major university in Istanbul, a city at the intersection of the continents of Europe and Asia. Emphasis on humanities and social sciences. Advisor: Beth Dougherty, Shawn Gillen, and Chuck Lewis
United Kingdom: University of Sussex - Study at an English University in Brighton (one hour from London) focused on enhancing interdisciplinary study opportunities. Academic strengths include: Chemistry, Physics, Global Studies, Anthropology, Geography, Development Studies. Advisor: Elizabeth Brewer