Millersville Programs

MU Summer/Winter Study Abroad Programs

MU has partnership agreements with multiple international institutions located around the globe. These programs have been site visited and are based on longstanding institutional relationships. Several of these MU partner universities offer summer and/or winter program options. Students will work with a Program Coordinator from the Office of Global Education to guide them through the study abroad process. 

    Chile

    Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (Summer)

    Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (Winter)

    France

    American Business School Paris (ABS)

    • Dates - 2 Sessions are scheduled:
      • Summer I - May 26-June 26, 2015
      • Summer II -June 30-July 31, 2015
    • Eligibility - Same as semester study abroad for ABS program (no French language proficiency required)
    • Types of Classes Offered - European Business, European Business Strategy, European Consumer Behavior, International Relations, Intercultural Studies, Paris: Art-Culture-History, Paris on Film, and other specialty business courses.
      • Select organized excursions
    • Housing - Apartments or home stay
    • Costs - Select the following link for an estimated worksheet of costs for the Summer 2015 session at ABS: ABS Summer 2015 Cost Worksheet [PDF]
    • Website - http://www.absparis.org/programmes/summer-semester-year-long-program/summer-programs-3/
    • For more information regarding the summer study abroad program through ABS, click on the following link: ABS Summer Study Abroad Brochure 

    Université de Caen Basse-Normandie

    • Dates - Two sessions. Students may attend one or both sessions.
      • Session 1 - June 16 - July 3, 2015
      • Session 2 - July 7 - July 24, 2015
    • Eligibility - Same as semester study abroad for Caen program (no French language proficiency required)
    • Types of Classes Offered - Beg./Int./Adv. French Language and French Civilization and Culture
        • Session 1: French Language and French Civilization & Culture
        • Session 2: French Language & History
      • Organized weekend excursions
      • Beg./Int./Adv. levels offered
    • Housing - Dormitories or home stay
    • Costs - Select the following link for an estimated worksheet of costs for the Summer 2015 session at Caen: Caen Summer 2015 Cost Worksheet [PDF]
    • Website - http://www.unicaen.fr/cefe/
    • For more information regarding the summer abroad program through Caen, click on the following link: Caen Summer Study Abroad Pamphlet

    Germany

    Philipps-Universität Marburg - International Summer Universities (ISU)

    • Dates - July 20 - August 15, 2015
    • Eligibility - Same as semester study abroad for Marburg program (no German language proficiency required)
    • Types of Classes Offered - 2015 Program Theme - Europe and the Middle East in Transition
      • Courses offered in English and German
      • Topics: Political Science, Sociology, History, Cultural & Regional Studies, and German Language (Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced)
      • Extensive Cultural Program (including excursions)
    • Housing - Single rooms in dormitories
    • Costs - Select the following link for an estimated worksheet of costs for the Summer 2015 session at ISU: ISU Summer 2015 Cost Worksheet [PDF]
    • Website - http://www.uni-marburg.de/isu?language_sync=1

    Northern Ireland, UK

    Queen's University Belfast

    South Africa (Not offered Summer 2013)

    University of KwaZulu-Natal

    To Apply

    Interested in any of these programs?

    Stop by the Office of Global Education and Partnerships in Cumberland House to complete an Initial Interest Sheet in order to meet with the Program Coordinator for whichever program you would like to pursue. The Program Coordinator will then instruct you as to the application process for studying abroad through an MU summer program.

    Summer applications are typically available on-line by mid December and due mid February. Don't delay meeting with a Program Coordinator because it is never too early to start planning academically and financially.