Global Education Eastern Europe
As you consider the many options to study off campus, we encourage you to think about what enhances your academic experience overall, and, when possible, your major area of study. Keep this in mind as you browse the programs and talk with your academic advisor(s). The Global Education staff can help you find a program that best fits your needs and interests.
Please note that students must first apply to the Office of Global Education for approval to participate in an affiliate program. Priority will be given to upper-division students and students whose major or minor requires global study. Please contact us at email@example.com for further information or to schedule an appointment to learn more about the process.
LCC International University, Klaipeda, Lithuania
Imagine studying in a country where people once isolated behind the Soviet Iron Curtain are striving to repair and recreate society--a country bursting with the energy of independence, freedom and possibility. Study Abroad Lithuania gives you the chance to forge new relationships, explore different ways of doing things, and experience a shift of perspective while earning college credit, traveling, and gaining that elusive “life experience.” While at LCC International University, you will meet people who have survived the struggle for freedom and live life differently as a result. Both in class and out, you get real-life, real-time training that will equip you to take an active role in a diverse global community. (Open to all majors)
Mathematics Semester in Budapest, Hungary
The Mathematics Semester is a program of St. Olaf College operated in country by the Mathematical Institutes of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and of Eotvos University, Budapest. Classes are held on the College International Campus of the Technical University Budapest. Students have the opportunity to pursue three mathematics courses and one intercultural course, as well as excursions to other cities in Europe. Students eligible for the program must have at least sophomore status, be in good academic standing, and have completed one semester of advanced calculus (a first course in the theory of analysis) or abstract algebra by the start of the program. (Math majors only)