Travel to Viña del Mar, Chile, to spend a
semester at the Adolfo Ibáñez University. Immerse yourself in the culture while
attending the top business school in Latin America. Adolfo Ibáñez University
has been ranked third in a Chilean government award for the highest quality
students and is considered one of the top three universities in Chile with the
best prepared graduates - an excellent
education abroad at the same price of Grove City College room and
Study USA is
a study abroad exchange program supported by the British Council and Northern
Ireland. The British Council aims to
build engagement and trust between people of different cultures through the
exchange of knowledge and ideas, while a student from Grove City College is
studying at Queen’s University Belfast, University of Ulster, St. Mary’s
University College, or Stranmillis University College. This is a very
competitive process and allows for study for a semester or entire academic
year, tuition free. Concurrently, students from
Northern Ireland study at designated partner institutions in the U.S. Grove City College is a partner institution
and typically hosts one student from Northern Ireland each academic year, while
one or more Grove City College students studies in Northern Ireland.
the program, requirements and application information are available in the Office
of International Education prior to the beginning of spring semester, with
scholarship for funding study abroad provided by Study USA. Applications for the 2015-2016 school year are available here. Instructions for applying are available here. Applications and all other materials are due to the OIE no later than January 20, 2015.
The Korean Studies Summer Program is a
uniquely different opportunity provided by Seoul Women’s University to foreign
students to achieve a better understanding about the various aspects of Korean
culture. Participants learn about Korean
life style, historical and religious background, economics, political tension
with North Korea, the city of Seoul, art and language. In exchange for this, a student from Seoul
Women’s University studies for one full academic year at Grove City College
four-week intensive program in English during the month of July, participants
are matched with a Korean partner, who is an exchange student of SWU. Both lectures and hands-on cultural experiences are
provided, with excursions included. The goal is to develop a genuine interest
in Korea and a deeper comprehension of Korea’s role today.
Students who are approved for this program receive a scholarship that covers all costs except airfare and spending money, and students receive three credits that transfer back
to GCC. The students receive free housing, meals, cultural events, and
excursions. It is a great opportunity to
travel at a very low cost!
for this program is available in the Office of International Education early in the spring semester.
Applicants are chosen and notified by mid spring semester for the summer
program each year.
Visit the 2014 Facebook page for the BIP program here.