Study Abroad: Options

Study Abroad Options

The Office of Study Abroad organizes a variety of affordable study programs that range from a few weeks in the summer to whole semesters in length. You can find a program no matter where you want to go, who you want to go with or how long you want to be there.


Timeline & Planning Guide

Any questions can be directed to:

Dr. James E. Harf
Gayle Dryden
Office for Study Abroad
University Library
Tel: 314-529-9649

Signature Study Abroad Programs

Short Term, faculty-led, three-to-four week summer programs

Maryville offers a regular selection of 3-4 week summer and 1-2 week winter/holiday break programs at different sites. Each site hosts 20-50 student participants per site taking a variety of courses from 5-10 different faculty. Students choose 1-3 courses from a list of offerings by our faculty and local faculty.

Characteristics of these summer programs include:

Contact Dr. James Harf by email or in Library Room 120 for more information.
 
 

Florence, Italy: May 17 to June 16 (with 3 extra optional days in Rome until June 19)
Florence, Italy is considered to be the birthplace of the Renaissance. This is the center of art and history, where some of the best artistic treasures reside in museums, churches, or in the streets.


London: May 11 to June 8

  • Live in the heart of the world’s most cosmopolitan city, within easy reach of all important sites
  • Business, art, architecture and humanities courses; Professor Felix Kwan is group leader
  • Business Practicum course – work on a real project for a real British client
  • Interior Design Practicum
  • Total cost for 6 credits is $5,695 plus airfare ($1,500 estimated); 3 additional credits for $750

 
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Dublin, Ireland: June 4 – 26

  • Live in Ireland’s most exciting city while exploring the beautiful countryside
  • Many excursions throughout Dublin plus day trips to Belfast, Ring of Kerry and the Cliffs of Moher
  • Students take two courses – one on Irish history/culture and a 2nd selected from list
  • Optional course in government, botany, women’s studies, communications, literature and music
  • Total cost for 6 credits is $5,495 plus airfare ($1,200 estimated); 3 additional credits for $750

Howth Head with Baily Lighthouse, Dublin, Ireland

 
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Lugano, Switzerland: June 28 to July 26

  • About 10 miles from the Italian border in the lower Swiss Alps on the shores of Lake Lugano
  • You have access to all the recreational activities in the Alps and the huge lake
  • We use the excellent facilities of Franklin University, an American-style U.S. accredited university
  • Weekends playing in Lower Alps (hiking, climbing, paddle-boarding, swimming) or excursions
  • Likely excursion to Venice, Italy
  • Total cost for six credits is $4,395 plus airfare ($1,500 estimated); 3 additional credits for $750

 
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Oxford: July 1 – 24

  • Live in the heart of Oxford, world’s greatest university town – walking distance to all important sites
  • Take 2-3 courses, including tutorial or creative writing course with Oxford Don (professor)
  • Courses in health professions, social sciences, humanities, education and science
  • Lecture course on world affairs available from group of Oxford and American professors
  • Several excursions to London, plus to Windsor Castle, Blenheim Castle and Stratford-on-Avon
  • Total cost for 6 credits is about $5,745 + airfare ($1,500 estimated); 3 additional credits for $750

 
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St. Petersburg, Russia: June 18 to July 27

St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Live in the most beautiful and sophisticated city in Russia
  • 2 days in London at beginning & 3 days in Moscow in middle of program, with other excursions
  • 10 credits in Russian language, history, culture and the arts + optional pre-trip language for 2 credits
  • Weekends visiting with local Russians under guidance of former Maryville faculty member from Russia
  • $7,345 for 10 credits, excursions, room, board, visa, London-St. Petersburg airfare for 5 weeks + trans-Atlantic airfare ($1,500 estimated)

 
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You can enroll in any of the programs above by completing the registration application online. To register you must submit the online application and a $300 deposit fee. This deposit is applied to the total cost of the program as advertised and 100% refundable until 60 days prior to departure.

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Degree Study Aboard Programs

Degree-specific, faculty-led programs for specific majors

Maryville offers degree-specific study abroad programs at different sites and for different periods of time for selected majors. These programs have been designed by the faculty to provide an international experience that is tailored to specific majors. Enrollment in these programs is generally limited only to majors in the respective degree programs unless otherwise noted. Programs vary in length and timing and students will take 1-2 courses from a list of offerings that will apply to their degree program.

Characteristics of these programs include:

  • Up to 7 weeks of pre-departure readings and possible assignments
  • 1-3 weeks on-site or students may spend a substantial time traveling from location to location
  • Post-site assignments back home
  • Learning occurs in a 24-7 environment from Maryville faculty augmented by faculty from other Missouri universities and on-site local universities
  • Most of learning occurs outside the formal classroom “in the streets” via excursions to important sites

 



Manchester and London, England: Sports Business Management – May
Manchester, UK

  • Travel with sports management faculty and students to two of England’s hotbeds of sports and get the inside story of how various sports are organized in Great Britain
  • Sightsee the famous historical and cultural locations of London
  • Cost is approximately $4,995
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London, England: Higher Education Leadership (Graduate)

  • Travel with Professor Kimberly Allen to work with universities in London, England
  • Open only to graduate students in the Higher Education Leadership program
  • Cost is approximately $4,800
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London: Teacher Leadership (Graduate)

  • Travel with Professor Kevin Stokes to explore educational leadership in one of the most innovative school systems in the world
  • Open only to graduate students in the Teacher Leadership program
  • Cost is approximately $4,400
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London, England: May 21 – 31
Tower Bridge in London

  • Undergraduate education majors will travel with professors Nadine Ball and Michelle Hunter to offer education-related and London culture courses
  • Students receive 6 credits from courses in comparative education, history and philosophy of science and/or culture of London/England
  • Total cost, including 6 credits tuition, is $4,950
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India (Winter Break, 2018/19): PT, OT, Business, All Majors
Taj Majal in India

  • Travel with Professors Pradip Ghosh and Ashlyn Cunningham to major cities in India to experience medical and business practices in this fast growing country
  • Open to Health Professions, Business majors, plus any students in any major
  • Cost is approximately $5,900 plus airfare
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You can enroll in any of the programs above by contacting the appropriate faculty member through the request for information link above. To register, you must be approved by the program leaders who will provide you a link to submit the online application and a $300 deposit fee. This deposit is applied to the total cost of the program as advertised and 100% refundable until 60 days prior to departure.

Contact Dr. James Harf by email or in Library Room 120 for more information.
 

Individual Study Abroad Programs

Individualized, summer, semester-long and year-long programs

For an extended study experience, leave campus far behind and spend a semester, summer or year on your own at a university in a faraway city with classmates from different cultures. Experience university life in another part of the world as you explore subjects in your major or study new topics relating to the local environment. Somewhere in the world is a program to fit your interests and needs.
Enrolling in one of our partner institutions to provide semester study at a cost less than or equal to the cost of a regular semester of study on the Maryville campus. These institutions are located in Florence and Oxford.

The Florence Program (Santa Reparata International School of Art – SRISA) is designed for three audiences: (1) art and art design majors who can take courses in their major or fulfill general education requirements; (2) other humanities and social sciences majors who can take electives in their major or general education courses; and (3) other students who can fulfill general education requirements; and

The Oxford Program (Oxford Study Abroad Program – OSAP) is designed for all students and can provide coursework in most areas because of its affiliation with four top Oxford colleges. OSAP assists qualified students to study in Oxford as Associate Members or Visiting Students for one of the three Oxford terms, or for one of our shorter summer sessions.

For students who desire an educational experience that is uniquely their own, our Office of Study Abroad can assist with arrangements through one of the national Study Abroad organizations that combined offer hundreds of different opportunities. Examples include: AIFS Study Abroad, CAPA The Global Education Network, CIEE College Study Abroad, IES Abroad, CISabroad, International Studies Abroad, Semester At Sea.

Contact Dr. James Harf by email or in Library Room 120 for more information.