STUDY ABROAD OPTIONS
Transy has several ways for you to gain valuable experience in a host of other countries. Take a look at the opportunities available and find one that works best with your goals in mind.
For semester long study abroad, Transylvania offers a portfolio of thirty-five approved GlobalTransy programs, where students pay their regular Transylvania tuition plus the general fee, room and board (room and board is dependent on program), and may use 100% of their institutional, state, and federal aid. Whether or not a student pays room and board is determined by our three-tier system.
During the four-week May term, students concentrate on one class and often get their first taste of international study. Many May term courses are team-taught and are highly interdisciplinary.
We encourage all students to plan to travel during May term at least once during their Transylvania career. Don’t miss out on this convenient opportunity to experience the world beyond our campus!
Summer study abroad programs vary in length from 2 to 10 weeks and are available for academic credit through the following provider institutions:
- KIIS – Kentucky Institute for International Studies
- CISabroad – Center for International Studies
- Arcadia – The College of Global Studies
- ISA – International Studies Abroad
- CIEE – Council on International Educational Exchange
- WINS – Webster International Network School
- SIT – School for International Training
- IES- Institute for the International Education of Students
- USAC- University Studies Abroad Consortium
Interested students should contact the Office of Global and Intercultural Engagement and begin researching program offerings.
With prior approval from faculty members, students may earn academic credit for participating in unpaid internships abroad, sponsored by CISabroad . Internship opportunities are available in England, Argentina, Australia, Spain, Ireland, Ecuador, Italy, Hawai’i, New Zealand, Czech Republic, South Africa, Vietnam and Thailand. CISabroad can customize internships to suit students academic and professional needs and interests.
Students may also secure their own internships outside of CISabroad. However, in addition to Faculty approval, these internships must be approved through CAPE prior to departure.
Other Internship Opportunities
TRANSY IN IRELAND
Based at the Burren College of Art in beautiful County Clare, the three-week Transylvania in Ireland 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.
Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to experience the arts and culture of the Emerald Isle.
Students can apply to receive a Kenan or Jones summer research grant to research a topic of their interest with the support of a Transy faculty member. These grants can be for both domestic and international travel.