Since graduating from Emmanuel College in 2016, Atka Bol has not only flourished in her commitment to service, she has let it take her across the world.
Don’t have a semester to spare?
Emmanuel faculty are committed to sharing their passion for global citizenship and have developed special programs to take learning on location and share their expertise with you. Emmanuel travel courses are a great opportunity for students who may not want to or be able to commit to a semester or longer-term study abroad program. Why not consider spending spring break in Ireland, summer in Greece, or a few weeks serving others on our service-learning course in South Africa?
|Ecuador||BIOL 1106 Introduction to Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
One lab section of BIOL1106 will travel to Ecuador in May 2023
|India||THRS2154 India: Religion, Culture, Justice (R) (RI) (DM)||Apply|
|Italy||NURS3600 Culture and Diversity in Healthcare (DM)
This course is open to Junior and Senior Nursing Students
|South Africa/Eswatini||This multidisciplinary program will be associated with several Spring 2023 courses. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.||Apply|
|Spain||LANG2605 Spain: A Cultural Approach (AI-L)(LC)||Apply|
Please contact email@example.com for information on upcoming courses.
For fall and spring travel courses, tuition is included in the regular semester tuition, as long as the student is between 12 and 20 credits. The travel fee would be added to the Emmanuel bill for the semester and would be paid directly to Student Financial Services at Emmanuel College. Some travel courses are summer standalone courses, where students are charged summer tuition in addition to the travel fee.
*Detailed registration information will be made available at information sessions for travel courses and to applicants for travel courses.
Study Abroad Information Session
All students planning to study abroad for a semester, summer, or academic year should meet with the Office of International Programs at the start of the study abroad planning process. Prior to scheduling a meeting with an advisor, students must either attend a study abroad information session on campus, or watch a recorded version of the information session online. Students planning to apply for a faculty-led travel course must either attend a course-specific information session on campus, or watch a recorded version of our Travel Course registration webinar. For information on upcoming information sessions, or to obtain the link to the online information session, please visit events.emmanuel.edu or contact the
Office of International Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org.