As a Brenau student you have many great opportunities to study abroad. Read below for information on the types of opportunities you have. The Office of International Students & Programs is happy to assist you with choosing the program that is best for you.
Tuition Exchange Programs are intended for one semester of study at a partner university abroad. These agreements allow Brenau students to pay home tuition while obtaining the experience of education abroad. The student is responsible for all costs beyond tuition at the attended university abroad. This includes room and board, books, any extra school fees, airfare and spending money.
Student Exchanges available:
- KU Leuven – Antwerp, Belgium
- Courses in business administration and languages
- Ewha Womans University – Seoul, South Korea
- Courses in Korean language and culture, art, education, business, and more
- Aalborg University – Aalborg, Denmark
- Courses in business administration and cultural studies
Most courses are taught in English through our exchanges. In some cases, financial aid that a student would normally use during the school year can sometimes be applied to an exchange program.
Faculty Led Programs
Frequently Brenau faculty led students abroad either through a course or on a study abroad program. One recurring program is the Cambridge Program led by Dr. Dobkins every other summer. The next available term for this program will be summer 2019. In some cases, students can use financial aid for these programs. The College of Health Sciences frequently includes a travel abroad component to their courses. For information on which course travel abroad, please speak with your academic advisor in the College of Health Sciences.
Any programs that are currently accepting applications will be listed below:
Spring Break 2019: Biology in the Yucatan – contact Professor Jessi Shrout: email@example.com
Summer 2019: Brenau at Cambridge University, England. Contact Dr. Debra Dobkins for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Brenau affiliated program is one through which Brenau students can participate and pay tuition to Brenau directly to Brenau.
The European Council offers programs in Europe each summer. For more information on specific programs, please visit their website. As a Brenau student, you will apply to be a transient student through the University of West Georgia for this program.
The European Council Program offers multi-disciplinary courses in the following locations each summer:
Meredith in Italy
Brenau University has a partnership with Meredith College, a women’s liberal arts college in North Carolina, which has both summer and semester programs in Italy. For general information about these programs, please visit their website: http://www.meredith.edu/academics/study_abroad/programs/meredith_in_italy_the_palazzo_alberti/. For information about cost and credit transfer for Brenau students, please contact the director of international students and programs.
The Office of International Students and Programs also offers a wide variety of brochures for independent study abroad programs, as well as programs through other universities. Independent programs are offered through various companies and organizations that are are Non-Brenau affiliated, meaning the student will be required to pay a separate rate of tuition and fees for each program and he/she will not be billed Brenau tuition and rates for the duration of his/her semester abroad.
If you are interested in participating in any of these programs, or if you would like to discuss the possibility of studying abroad, please contact the Office of International Students and Programs for more information.