Study Abroad

The department strongly recommends study abroad for language majors and minors, and works with the International Programs office to place students in living and learning environments where students are immersed in language and culture. Majors and minors should discuss options with their advisers, and interested students should contact the IP office directly. In addition, the program offers several study abroad experience led by faculty during spring and summer breaks.

Spanish in Salamanca, Spain

Dr. Carlos Arboleda leads a one-month summer (July) program in Salamanca for undergraduates and graduates, who can earn up to six credits. Interested students should contact Dr. Arboleda directly.

Italian in Montepulciano, Italy

Dr. Pina Palma leads a one-month summer (July) program in Montepulciano (Tuscany) for undergraduates and graduates, who can earn six credits of coursework in Italian language and culture. Interested students should contact Dr. Palma directly.
For more information on courses offered, activities, and financial aid, as well as to download an application form or make a payment: http://italianatscsu.wordpress.com/montepulciano/ .

French in Paris, France

Dr. Luke Eilderts and Dr. Camille Serchuk lead a one-month summer (July) program in Paris for undergraduates and graduates, who can earn six credits of coursework in French language and culture. Interested students should contact Dr. Eilderts or Dr. Serchuk directly.
For more information on courses offered, activities, and financial aid, as well as to download an application form or make a payment:
http://www.southernct.edu/academics/international/2outbound/shorttermprograms/paris.html

Direct Exchange Program between Southern Connecticut State University and Universitat JaumeI in Castellón de la Plana in Spain.

Universitat Jaume I offers a variety of courses in both Spanish and English programs. The Spanish program offers a variety of intensive, semi-intensive and tailor-made course to meet the needs of learners of Spanish at a variety of levels. Students interested in taking advanced courses in various content disciplines are able to do so through general offerings at the Universitat Jaume I that teaches 80% if courses in Spanish.