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Facts About Study Abroad at Lincoln University
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- Lincoln’s international activity dates back to 1859.
- Lincoln was the first HBCU (Historically Black College and University) to offer a major in Chinese.
- Study Abroad is open to all full time Lincoln students after the freshman year.
- You may study anywhere in the world.
- You don’t have to be a language major to study abroad. Any major can study abroad.
- You don’t have to be on Dean’s List to study abroad.
- Study abroad will not deter you from graduating with your class.
- You can select to study abroad for different periods of time.
- All credits earned abroad count towards your degree.
- You can use your financial aid to study abroad. Scholarships are also available.
- Lincoln sponsors study abroad programs in Japan and the Czech Republic.
- There are different types of study abroad programs—island, university affiliated and direct enrollment.
- International internships (unpaid) are also available.
- Summer work abroad experiences exist through Operation Crossroads Africa and One World.
- Living arrangements abroad vary. You have the option of living with a host family, in an apartment or residence hall.