Transylvania In Ireland Summer Program
The Transylvania in Ireland summer program will take you to beautiful County Clare for three weeks of study based at the Burren College of Art. Immerse yourself in a rich culture of art and literature while learning from local and regional experts. Based at the Burren College of Art in beautiful County Clare, the three-week Transylvania in Ireland summer program offers a culturally rich and engaging academic experience. Classes will be enhanced by course-related program travel, visits with regional professionals and interactive evenings with folklorists, musicians and community dance. Courses will meet major requirements and general education requirements.
GlobalTransy programs in France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Mexico, and Spain offer courses and internships that have been approved for transfer credit. Participants in GlobalTransy programs may be approved to use 100% of their institutional awards and all financial aid.
With prior approval, students may take courses in other programs through affiliated partnerships, using a limited amount of institutional and financial aid. Partners include College of Global Studies (Arcadia University); Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE); DIS Study in Scandinavia; Institute for International Education of Students (IES); Institute for Study Abroad (Butler University); International Studies Abroad (ISA); School for Field Studies; School for International Training.
Students should contact the Global and Intercultural Engagement Office for information and assistance.
Summer Term Abroad
Studying abroad during the summer is a great option for students whose academic schedules or other commitments prevent them from being away from campus during fall or winter term.
Programs are typically three to six weeks long, and internships and service learning projects are available. Students earn academic credit, and many programs offer opportunities to stay with local families.
Courses offered by the Kentucky Institute for International Studies (KIIS) are especially popular and affordable.
May Term Travel Courses
If you're not quite ready to spend a full term abroad, or you would prefer to first travel with a small group of Transylvania students and professors, you may want to consider a May term travel course. Experience the excitement—and the challenges—of traveling and studying in another country while you develop confidence in your ability to adapt to new environments.
Students in all majors can find a class that appeals to them. Check out the variety of topics upcoming May term classes will covered.
Note that students wanting to participate in a May term travel course do not need to submit the Transylvania Study Abroad Application or meet with staff in the study abroad office.