Lincoln University recognizes the tremendous value of study abroad and therefore
encourages its students to consider a number of opportunities for international studies.
Foreign language majors are required to have a study abroad/total immersion experience.
Students with a minor in a foreign language are strongly encouraged to study abroad. Students have studied abroad in such countries as China, Russia, Mexico, Spain, Costa Rica, France, Morocco, Japan, Belgium, Botswana, Nigeria, and Egypt.
The cost of studying abroad, including transportation, tuition, and living expenses in
some cases may be less that the cost of studying at Lincoln. Student financial aid can be used to pay for the costs of most study abroad programs.
Students may study abroad at a foreign institution for a single semester, an academic
year, or over the summer. Students in semester programs usually earn 15 to 18 credits just as they would as a full-time student on campus.
Students who are majoring in a foreign language will generally want to select a program
that offers full-time study of the language, literature, and culture of the country. Students who are just minoring in a foreign language may be able to select a program that combines the study of the language with regular college level courses that can satisfy requirements of their majors.
For more, go to International Programs.