Rachel Wilson ’07, Transylvania’s director of global and intercultural engagement, discusses what study abroad looks like in 2023 — and the wide range of opportunities available to students.
Transylvania has received a grant to help students get a passport so they can take advantage of a variety of study abroad opportunities.
Transylvania is one of 34 U.S. colleges and universities in 28 U.S. states to be awarded a 2023 grant from the U.S. Department of State’s Increase and Diversify Education Abroad for U.S. Students (IDEAS) Program, which aims to develop and expand study abroad programs around the world.
Recent Transylvania graduate Sonni Wilson ’23 has been named as a finalist for the 2023 Critical Language Scholarship.
Sure, students can learn German theater without leaving home, but in the spirit of Transylvania’s experiential May term, a class headed to Berlin to see what it’s like for themselves.