Study Abroad Office

Short-Term Study Abroad Opportunities: Summer & Winter Intersession Programs

 

There are many options for short-term programs to study abroad! We have these program options to choose from:

Faculty-Led Summer Programs
Faculty-Led Winter Intersession Programs
Additional Summer Program Options (Exchange Partner and Non-Faculty-Led Programs)
Non-UMSL Program Options

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Faculty-Led Winter Intersession 2015 Programs: These group programs are led by UMSL professors.

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Faculty-Led Summer Programs: These programs are led by UMSL professors and provide wonderfully guided experiences abroad for the novice or even well-travelled student. These programs consist of UMSL students as well as non-UMSL or community members. Students attend classes, lectures, events, and enjoy culture activities while abroad.


Faculty-Led Summer Programs for future summers:

JAPAN: JAPAN STUDY TOUR (2016)
GREECE: IKLAINA ARCHAEOLOGICAL PROJECT
THE NETHERLANDS: DUTCH POSTER DESIGN IN AMSTERDAM

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Additional summer options through UMSL exchange universities

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Non-UMSL Programs:
(Please check the host university or company coordinating the program for fees, dates, and other information). Application deadline to apply through UMSL to study abroad on a non-UMSL program is: Feb. 14 (*Please note: there may be a different deadline for the actual program. Please be sure to meet both deadlines. You must apply through UMSL to study abroad, IN ADDITION to applying through the host university).

Click here for more information regarding applying for a non-UMSL program

 

Additional Information:

Destination Restrictions:
Please note that the University of Missouri System does not support any programs to countries for which the U.S. Department of State has issued Travel Warnings. According to the U.S. Department of State, "Travel Warnings are issued when the State Department recommends that Americans avoid a certain country." In an effort to ensure the health, safety, and security of its students and constituents, the University of Missouri adheres to these recommendations. If a student or constituent chooses to study in one of these countries against the advice of the University, he or she must take a leave of absence and will not have access to university support, resources, or facilities during that time.

Mandatory Pre-Departure Orientation:
All program participants are required to complete the online study abroad orientation, which covers health and safety topics, culture shock, and much more. Participants may or may not be required to attend an in-person orientation depending on your program; you will be notified by the program coordinator via e-mail regarding the specific requirements for your program. Non-UMSL students residing in the St. Louis area are welcome to attend. Please notify the Study Abroad Office if you will be attending so that we may send you a parking permit and directions.
Details and location.

*IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING FEES AND REGISTRATION:

FEES
There are two fees for faculty-led programs: program fee and tuition. Each fee must be paid separately.

1. Program fees must be paid by check or money order made payable to UMSL and sent or brought to the Study Abroad Office. Credit cards are NOT accepted for program fees.

2. Tuition will be billed to your student account by the Cashier's Office after registration is complete. Non-UMSL credit participants will be notified via e-mail by the Study Abroad Office as to how they can make payments online or through the Cashier's Office.
N.B. If not participating for credit, the non-credit fee is payable by check made out to UMSL and must be sent to the Study Abroad Office.

REGISTRATION
Registration instructions will be sent to you via e-mail by the Study Abroad Coordinator. DO NOT TRY TO REGISTER WITHOUT RECEIVING INFORMATION FROM THE STUDY ABROAD OFFICE ABOUT THE CORRECT PROCEDURE FOR YOUR PROGRAM.