Lindenwood University seeks to make available academically-based international experiences available to students in order to produce active, informed, and culturally aware global citizens.
Our goal is to ...
- develop and administer academically-based international programs with a commitment to quality, safety, and accessibility;
- provide students with a high level of service, by assisting them in the selection of programs best suited to their needs and interests, preparing them to meet the challenges of an international experience, and providing them with affordable opportunities;
- develop and uphold policies that minimize physical and psychological risk.
Students can study through:
- Faculty-led courses for (usually) 10-14 days, offered between semesters, in late May, or during the summer;
- One of the established semester abroad programs;
- Summer Programs including internships, field research and summer coursework abroad;
- An established program supervised by another American college or university, with academic credits transferred back to Lindenwood University; (See the Director of Study Abroad for more information.)
- Independent study through an institution or agency that has been approved by appropriate Lindenwood University faculty.
All students must be in good academic and financial standing to study abroad. Please contact the study abroad office at StudyAbroad@lindenwood.edu for further information.
For further information, view the links below:
- Visa Requirements, and Health & Safety, and other information about the country you plan to visit
- Students Travelling Abroad
See study abroad in action:
This short film shows the experience our students had on a faculty-led course to London and Dublin in May 2018.