An Experience Like no Other
Eureka College encourages students to take advantage of our many study abroad opportunities. Studying abroad can help you when gaining future employment, deciding where and what to study in graduate school, and ultimately expand your knowledge and appreciation of the world.
We provide opportunities to help you study abroad.
Eureka College would like for at least 10% of our students to have an “out of country” experience during their years at the school, either through semester/summer study, internships, Sandifer Mentorships, Reagan Fellowships, Disciples of Christ-specific opportunities, choir trips, or service learning projects.
Worried about the cost?
The Study Abroad Program strives to obtain various tuition grants for current students interested in international travel. All study abroad monies go through Eureka College. Students who participate in the program are responsible for a presentation about their time abroad. They are also required to provide service to the College or the community to help promote cultural awareness or studying abroad in general. Financially, they are responsible for what the tuition grant is not able to fully cover.
Where We’ve Been!
- London, England: Kings College, Richmond University, Westminster College, Kingston University
- Tokyo, Japan: Sophia University
- Florence, Italy: Scuola Lorenzo De’Medici
- Limerick, Ireland: University of Limerick
- Prague, The Czech Republic: Charles University
- Hyderabad, India: University of Hyderabad
- Leiden, The Netherlands: University of Leiden
- Seville, Spain: University of Seville
- New South Wales, Australia: University of New Castle
- Buenos Aires, Argentina: University of Belgrano
- San Jose, Costa Rica: Veritas University
- Hong Kong, Lingnan University
Study Abroad Checklist
Eureka College faculty have led Summer or Spring Break programs to a variety of locations. Past destinations for semester-long programs include Lingnan University (our partner in Hong Kong) and Sophia University (a Summer program in Asian Studies in Tokyo). Outside of these options, you may choose an approved “third party” program in many different countries.
- Meet with the International Studies Coordinator, Dr. Emily Eaton (BD-301, email@example.com)
- Meet with the Registrar
- Meet with the Director of Financial Aid
- These are deadlines that must be kept in order to study abroad for the following year. Application for studying abroad is in the spring semester of the preceding year.
- March 1 – FAFSA due to financial aid office
- March 31 – Deadline for meeting with Director of Financial Aid,representatives of the Business Office and Registrar’s Office, and the Study Abroad Coordinator
- April 15 – Notification to students receiving tuition grants