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Study Abroad

One of the most rewarding experiences you can have during your college career is studying abroad. Living in another country, meeting people with diverse backgrounds from all over the world, and immersing yourself in a new culture will change you in positive, unexpected ways.

Students who study abroad at WLC do so through an agency or a faculty-led academic experience. All courses taken through study abroad agencies at international institutions will be pre-approved for transfer back to WLC. Contact Study Abroad Coordinator Eric Ulm at 414.443.8817 or by email for more information.

  • FACULTY-LED TRIPS

    Wisconsin Lutheran College faculty members organize and lead courses and other academic experiences to various places around the globe. These programs are generally two to three weeks long and take place during J Term or the Summer Session.

    Annual Trips

    Italy during J Term: a trip with the English department in January, open to all majors.

    Jamaica during J Term: an introduction to marine ecology for science and non-science majors in January.

    Grenada in Summer: a science/biology trip in May open to all disciplines.

    Zambia in Summer: a trip in May for Nursing majors completing their junior year; meets foreign requirement.

    England in Summer: a trip with the English department in June, open to all majors. 

    READ BLOG POSTS FROM STUDY ABROAD TRIPS

    Other Upcoming Trips

    January 2018: Dr. Pless and Prof. Finnigan will lead a trip to Malta, Sicily, and Italy that focuses on Paul's Journey to Rome. View the trip brochure

    May-June 2018: Dr. Badura and Prof. Krause will lead a trip to Germany and the Czech Republic. Students, alumni, and friends of the college are invited. View the student informational flyer. View the alumni and friends informational flyer.

    HOST PROGRAMS

    WLC students who wish to study abroad are encouraged to look through the following links to see which program  best fits their needs. Though WLC does not limit participation to specific providers, the following have already been used by students and are recommended by the Study Abroad Coordinator.

    Note: Students may research other providers or they may enroll in an international institution directly. Students will be advised in choosing the appropriate study abroad program and must receive pre-approval of their program in conjunction with the Study Abroad Coordinator and appropriate faculty members.

    Study Abroad Program Providers