Our students have multiple opportunities to study in other countries. Study Abroad programs include:
Véronique Flambard-Weisbart, Ph.D., director
Since 1995, LMU has taken students and LMU professors to France for a five-week summer academic program in Paris. Students take French language courses and a exciting location oriented classes, which fulfill core requirements in various disciplines such as Philosophy, Dance, Theater, Art History, Literature, and Film. All courses are directly transferred to LMU transcripts and count towards completion of the LMU degree pursued.
Aine O’Healy, Ph.D., director
LMU has had a five-week summer program in Rome since 1993. Accompanied by LMU faculty, students study the Italian language and take core courses or upper division electives in disciplines such as Art History, Classics, Economics, Film and Television Studies, History, Philosophy, and Theological Studies. All courses are directly transferred to students’ LMU transcripts and count toward the completion of their degrees.
LMU in Germany in Bonn is LMU's longest-running study abroad program. The program provides students with the opportunity to engage in a new cultural environment and travel while attending classes at the Akademie für Internationale Bildung (AIB). All courses are directly transferred to students’ LMU transcripts and count toward the completion of their degrees. A German language and culture course is required to assist students in communicating effectively during their stay.
For applications and more information about these and other study abroad programs, contact the director or visit: http://academics.lmu.edu/studyabroad/