Adventure, education and service await with our array of global education programs.

Learn more about each one below.

Taiwan

The Asian Cultural Hub: Experience Health & Wellness in Taiwan (2/28/19 – 3/10/19)

Experience Health & Wellness in Taiwan will allow students interested in Exercise Science to experience wellness programs that are woven into the traditional culture of Taiwan. Students will make cross-cultural comparisons of exercise science and wellness in Taiwan compared to the United States.

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Spain

Art & Language in Madrid, Spain (March 1-9, 2019)

Art & Language in Spain will allow students to take Art and/or Spanish classes for additional academic credit while experiencing the art, culture, and language of Spain.

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Nicaragua

Service-learning in Latin America for Nursing, Social Work, & Health Science Students (January 13-21, 2019)

More info coming soon.

Costa Rica

Tropical Ecology in Costa Rica (April 13-22, 2019)

Students will engage in research comparing and contrasting ecological processes within cloud forests, rain forests, and volcanic pre-montane forests. Students will also have an opportunity to immerse within the culture and nature of Costa Rica.

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castle in ireland

Experience Ireland: Sacred & Neolithic Sites

(June 3rd – 14th, 2018)

Experience Ireland: its Sacred & Neolithic Sites set the backdrop for our immersion into the Irish Lands, Energies, Culture, Magic, and Lifestyle as it impacts Holistic Health.

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Belize

C.E.L.A.: Ecology in Belize

(December 26 – January 7, 2018)

Study Wildlife Health, Ecology, & Conservation or Tropical Marine Ecology & Conservation in Belize this January, and earn 3 credits in 2 weeks!

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salamanca

AIFS: Spanish in Salamanca, Spain

(January 4 – 22, 2018)

Immerse yourself in the language and culture as you develop your Spanish skills.

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Barcelona

AIFS: Spanish Art & Cultural Heritage in Barcelona, Spain

(January 6 – 20, 2018)

Explore art history of Spain within the city of Barcelona and earn 3 credits in 2 weeks!

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barcelona

AIFS: International Business Course in Barcelona

(January 6 – 20, 2018)

Take an International Business course equivalent to BU414 in Barcelona, Spain.

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costa rica

AIFS: Costa Rican Health Care & Tropical Medicine

(January 6 – 20, 2018)

This course is designed for students to do an in-depth study on the health care system in Costa Rica and tropical medicine.

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Santiago

IES: Health Studies in Chile

(January 3 – 24, 2018)

Learn about health care systems in Chile and develop Spanish to be used in practice.

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GCU offers international credit-bearing programming at 55 international universities on five continents: Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and Australia. The GCU Global Network is comprised of 3 international partners: John Cabot University in Rome, Italy; Saint Mary’s of Twickham in London, England; and University of Stirling in Stirling, Scotland. It also includes three international program providers: Academic Programs International (API), International Study Abroad (ISA), and Spanish Studies Abroad (SSA).

This established network offers GCU students a variety of programs designed to meet your interests and academic needs—as well as your sense of adventure! Coursework completed abroad is approved by GCU academic advisors and the Director of Global Education to ensure a fit with GCU educational requirements.

Summer 2018 Study Abroad Programs

For more information, contact the Office of Global Education.

Make a Difference in the World

Become a civically engaged global citizen with a volunteer service learning trip. Whether your dream is to teach yoga to students in Guatemala, or work with an organization trying to end child labor and trafficking in Ghana, we can help you find an experience that will change your life—and the lives of others. Georgian Court works with organizations such as Ubelong to help connect you with volunteer opportunities across the globe.

For more information, contact the Office of Global Education.

Faculty Led Study Abroad Programs
Taiwan

The Asian Cultural Hub: Experience Health & Wellness in Taiwan (2/28/19 – 3/10/19)

Experience Health & Wellness in Taiwan will allow students interested in Exercise Science to experience wellness programs that are woven into the traditional culture of Taiwan. Students will make cross-cultural comparisons of exercise science and wellness in Taiwan compared to the United States.

View Details
Spain

Art & Language in Madrid, Spain (March 1-9, 2019)

Art & Language in Spain will allow students to take Art and/or Spanish classes for additional academic credit while experiencing the art, culture, and language of Spain.

View Details
Nicaragua

Service-learning in Latin America for Nursing, Social Work, & Health Science Students (January 13-21, 2019)

More info coming soon.

Costa Rica

Tropical Ecology in Costa Rica (April 13-22, 2019)

Students will engage in research comparing and contrasting ecological processes within cloud forests, rain forests, and volcanic pre-montane forests. Students will also have an opportunity to immerse within the culture and nature of Costa Rica.

View Details
castle in ireland

Experience Ireland: Sacred & Neolithic Sites

(June 3rd – 14th, 2018)

Experience Ireland: its Sacred & Neolithic Sites set the backdrop for our immersion into the Irish Lands, Energies, Culture, Magic, and Lifestyle as it impacts Holistic Health.

View Details
Study Abroad (January)
Belize

C.E.L.A.: Ecology in Belize

(December 26 – January 7, 2018)

Study Wildlife Health, Ecology, & Conservation or Tropical Marine Ecology & Conservation in Belize this January, and earn 3 credits in 2 weeks!

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salamanca

AIFS: Spanish in Salamanca, Spain

(January 4 – 22, 2018)

Immerse yourself in the language and culture as you develop your Spanish skills.

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Barcelona

AIFS: Spanish Art & Cultural Heritage in Barcelona, Spain

(January 6 – 20, 2018)

Explore art history of Spain within the city of Barcelona and earn 3 credits in 2 weeks!

View Details
barcelona

AIFS: International Business Course in Barcelona

(January 6 – 20, 2018)

Take an International Business course equivalent to BU414 in Barcelona, Spain.

View Details
costa rica

AIFS: Costa Rican Health Care & Tropical Medicine

(January 6 – 20, 2018)

This course is designed for students to do an in-depth study on the health care system in Costa Rica and tropical medicine.

View Details
Santiago

IES: Health Studies in Chile

(January 3 – 24, 2018)

Learn about health care systems in Chile and develop Spanish to be used in practice.

View Details
Study Abroad (Semester/Summer)

GCU offers international credit-bearing programming at 55 international universities on five continents: Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and Australia. The GCU Global Network is comprised of 3 international partners: John Cabot University in Rome, Italy; Saint Mary’s of Twickham in London, England; and University of Stirling in Stirling, Scotland. It also includes three international program providers: Academic Programs International (API), International Study Abroad (ISA), and Spanish Studies Abroad (SSA).

This established network offers GCU students a variety of programs designed to meet your interests and academic needs—as well as your sense of adventure! Coursework completed abroad is approved by GCU academic advisors and the Director of Global Education to ensure a fit with GCU educational requirements.

Summer 2018 Study Abroad Programs

For more information, contact the Office of Global Education.

Volunteer Abroad

Make a Difference in the World

Become a civically engaged global citizen with a volunteer service learning trip. Whether your dream is to teach yoga to students in Guatemala, or work with an organization trying to end child labor and trafficking in Ghana, we can help you find an experience that will change your life—and the lives of others. Georgian Court works with organizations such as Ubelong to help connect you with volunteer opportunities across the globe.

For more information, contact the Office of Global Education.