What students say about Study Abroad

We know that when students experience other cultures, doors to self-realization open to an understanding of what it means to be a global citizen.

We even embedded it as a principle within our Mission Statement.*

The International Office supports this commitment by helping students to study abroad, whether it is for a single semester, a summer term, or a full year. IWU students have the opportunity to study in hundreds of locations in over 70 different countries in almost every region of the world. We also have programs suited to just about every discipline offered on campus and for students at various points in their academic career.

At Wesleyan, study abroad may be part of your major: Hear seniors in the School of Nursing talk about their experiences in the semester-long Barcelona Program, and during the May Term "Transcultural Healthcare" course in Hawaii.

As you consider your study abroad options, explore this site and make an appointment to talk with someone in the International Office.

For a brief overview of study abroad at Illinois Wesleyan, please see our Study Abroad Brochure.

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Mission Statement:

An Illinois Wesleyan education is one that "deepens the specialized knowledge of a discipline with a comprehensive world view [and] affords the greatest possibilities for realizing individual potential while preparing students for democratic citizenship and life in a global society".

  


 

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