Are you looking to explore the world while studying at a Christian university? Many Christian universities offer international programs that provide students with the opportunity to learn and experience different cultures. From Ecuador to Jordan, there is a wide range of programs available for students to choose from. Some Christian universities have established teacher-led or direct exchange study abroad programs that make it easier for students to study abroad. These programs have institutional financial support and enroll students from other Christian universities.
For instance, Trinity's off-campus programs allow students to spend a semester in Chicago, D. C., or Quito, Ecuador. In Quito, students will live with an Ecuadorian family, explore the Galapagos and the Amazon, study Spanish, and learn about life in a developing country. In Amman (Jordan), students can participate in the Middle East Studies Program (MESP) and gain first-hand knowledge on how to work, play and serve while becoming their neighbor (and soon their family).
The Paris program offered through Asbury University includes an internship and visits to major art collections such as the Louvre and the Pompidou Center. The Contemporary European Studies Program (SPICE) of the Christian University of Uganda (UCU) is a cooperative program with VIAA, a university in Zwolle (The Netherlands). Students can participate in Ugandan culture on the UCU campus located just 15 miles from Kampala. The University of Jerusalem is also an extension campus for more than 70 accredited Christian colleges, universities and seminaries around the world. The Ohio Christian University offers many scholarships to reward students for their hard work in high school. Studying abroad is an incredible opportunity for students to gain knowledge and experience different cultures.
With so many international programs offered by Christian universities, there is something for everyone!.