Interested in Studying Abroad?
American enrollment in college Study Abroad programs has tripled in the past two decades.
Study abroad programs allow students to earn credits for courses taken in foreign countries. LMU offers a wide array of credit-bearing
courses in over 20 countries. Students can choose from classes in business, the social
sciences, foreign languages, the applied and fine arts, and STEM fields. Students
can opt for long-term exchange programs (one semester – one academic year, through
our overseas partner schools), or shorter-term trips (one-four weeks) during summer,
winter and spring breaks. Scholarships are available, including the President’s Study
Abroad Scholarship and the Gilman International Scholarship. For more information,
or to submit an application, contact the Study Abroad Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please follow these steps:
- Learn about current Study Abroad options at LMU by emailing the Study Abroad Office at studyabroad@.munet.edu.
- Meet with your academic advisor to determine how studying abroad fits into your schedule and degree requirements.
- Make an appointment with the Financial Aid office to see how your present financial aid package might apply to Study Abroad programs.
- For credit-bearing Study Abroad programs, be sure to confirm with the Registrar’s office whether/how the Study Abroad credits will transfer BEFORE embarking on your trip. Scholarship funds will not be disbursed until the credit transfer is finalized.
Lincoln Memorial University is a member of two international consortia, through which we offer a wide array of programs. Studying art history in Barcelona, theater in London, and photography in Paris are just a few of the options available for the 2016-2017 academic year. For more information on these short-term programs, click here for English speaking countries and for non-English speaking countries click here.
*ALL courses (with the exception of language classes) are taught in English