The goal of this four-week summer study abroad program is to offer LVC students the opportunity to engage with the language, culture and lifestyle in the cradle of French-speaking Quebec City, Canada. Students will enroll in an intensive French course at their appropriate level (advanced beginner, intermediate, advanced), and participate in mandatory volunteer experiences and optional cultural activities in the afternoons to truly immerse in French language and culture.
This four-week summer program is offered to students in any major who have an interest in broadening their Spanish language and Hispanic cultural knowledge. You can earn six credits with this beginning, intermediate, or advanced proficiency Spanish language course that will apply toward a major or minor in Spanish. Students live with different Costa Rican host families over the four-week program duration in three different cities: Flamingo, Monteverde, and San Joaquin de Flores.
The goal of this summer study abroad program in Italy is to offer LVC students the opportunity to engage with the culture, language, and lifestyle of Italy in the small, historic city of Perugia.
This 4-week summer program offers students in any major the opportunity to complete six credits of coursework. Courses include an LVC faculty-led course titled “Business in the European Union” and an Intercultural Communications course taught by a Dutch faculty member. Excursions to the European Union Parliament building, Rotterdam Port, and local businesses.
The goal of this four-week summer study abroad program is to offer LVC students studying in ANY major the opportunity to engage with the history and culture of communication and leadership in Northern Ireland. As the capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast is a remarkable place to immerse yourself in innovative conversations. Alongside its rich history of poetry and prose, the city has a remarkable story of economic, political, and social transformation.
The goal of this three-week summer study abroad program is to offer LVC students studying in ANY major the opportunity to engage with the music and culture of historic and modern Scotland. Scotland has a rich cultural heritage, with a long and varied history of music-making that includes traditional Scottish folk music (drums, woodwinds, bagpipes), as well as classical and contemporary styles (rock, dance, neo-folk).