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We offer short-term study-abroad options.

Marian University Short-term Programs

Marian University's short-term faculty-led courses enable you to take a Marian University class in another country. These programs are taught by a Marian faculty or staff member, and you will be traveling with a group of other Marian students. Short-term courses are generally 2-3 weeks long. Please see below for information on upcoming and past Marian University programs.

Check back in Fall 2022 for more information on our Summer 2023 programs!

Previous Short-term Programs

  • Harlaxton College (2010-2022), Leader: Dr. Bill Mirola
  • German Hospital Shadowing Internship (2019, 2022), Leader: Dr. Wendy Westphal
  • Multicultural Counselling in Italy (2022), Leader: Dr. Michael Slavkin
  • Education in Finland and Sweden (2022), Leader: Dr. Cheryl Hertzer
  • Education in China (2019), Leader: Dr. Cheryl Hertzer
  • Korea National University of Education (2018), Leader: Dr. Cheryl Hertzer
  • Myth and Imagination: Ireland, Spain, and Italy (2017), Leader: Dr. Jamie Higgs
  • Panorama: France, Belgium, and Italy (2016), Leader: Dr. Jamie Higgs
  • Quebec (2016), Leader: Martine Camblor
  • Seville, Spain (2016), Leader: Dr. Lennie Amores

Interested in Leading a Short-term Program Abroad?

Are you a faculty or staff member who is interested in leading a short-term program abroad? Please contact the Study Abroad Coordinator, Global Engagement Office.

For More Information

Rhonda J. Hinkle
Executive Director
Global Engagement Office, International Student Success
rhinkle@marian.edu
(317) 955-6670
Clare Hall, Room 143

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