A world of experience awaits
Shared experiences shape our lives, and our Study Abroad Program is a potent opportunity to experience the richness of humanity. Discover common ground and lifelong connections with your peers and through cultural enrichment around the globe.
Studying abroad is a rare opportunity to experience, understand and contribute to different cultures. Manchester University students have the opportunity to study abroad for a semester or full year, or for a shorter term during January or summer sessions. All abroad programs count for full academic credit.
Short-term, faculty-led study abroad courses vary each year. Recent popular locations: China, England, France, Ghana, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Spain. (See photos.)
Semester and full-year programs offer Manchester students the opportunity to study in France through Lewis and Clark College in France, or Japan through Hokusei Gakuen University, or participate in BCA Study Abroad in Austria, Belgium, China, Ecuador, England, Germany, Greece, India, Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, and Trinidad and Tobago.
Contact Thelma Rohrer, Director of Study Abroad and Off-Campus Academic Programs, at 260-982-5327 or firstname.lastname@example.org