Summer Programs give students the opportunity to study in a foreign country for a short period, often focusing on intensive language study or one aspect of a country or culture. For example, students can experience the Korean language and culture, work with and study the Australian Indigenous population, or travel to Russia to learn about the history of Communism. Students who wish to improve their language skills or learn about a special academic subject in another country will benefit from Summer Programs. This is also a good option for students with a very rigid major or paradigm.
Summer Abroad Programs
Maryville College currently offers summer study abroad programs through our bilateral exchange partners, ISEP, CEA, CISabroad, & ISA. These providers have been pre-approved for transfer credit to Maryville College. If you have a question about a summer abroad program that is not listed below, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to determine if the program is eligible for transfer.
Multi-Country study abroad options are available through CISabroad.
* note that for the ISA programs, there may be multiple options. Be sure to look at the "summer" tab
|Argentina||ISEP CEA CIS ISA|
|Chile||ISEP CEA ISA|
|China||ISEP CEA ISA|
|Costa Rica||ISEP CEA CIS ISA|
|Czech Republic||CEA CIS ISA|
|England||CEA CIS ISA|
|France||ISEP CEA CIS ISA|
|Germany||ISEP CEA ISA|
|Ireland||CEA CIS ISA|
|Italy||ISEP CEA CIS ISA|
|Mexico *||ISEP CIS|
|South Africa||CEA CIS|
|Spain||MC in SPAIN
ISEP CEA CIS ISA
Intern Abroad Programs
Maryville College students have the opportunity to do any internship abroad of their choice during the summer. However, the International Programming Committee has also taken the time to pre-approve some specific programs and partners. These summer internship abroad opportunities are linked here. [ MC Study Abroad Scholarships are only available for approved programs]
- SOUTH KOREA
- NEW ZEALAND
- What do you get? http://studiesabroad.com/experience/internships/program-overview
Not finding what you are looking for - it may be possible to get practicum credit for ISA Service Learning Programs too:
CHILE | COSTA RICA | DOMINICAN REPUBLIC | INDIA | IRELAND | JORDAN | MOROCCO | PERU
*Service learning costs are generally lower, and language requirements may apply.
Internships abroad: CISAbroad
Some STUDY & INTERN options. Each internship is customized to your personal and professional goals.
- COSTA RICA
- NEW ZEALAND
- SOUTH AFRICA
International Internships and Study/Intern Combinations: CEA Study Abroad
- PRAGUE, Czech Republic
(check out the housing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wp2wVsAufpM)
- DUBLIN, Ireland
- GRENADA, Spain
- CEA's mission translates into providing you every opportunity to immerse yourself in your new city, culture and language with a strong support network
International Study/Internship Program: ISEP
- Vesalius University Internship & Study or Internship Alone BRUSSELS, Belgium
- Tsinghua University, China Service Learning Program BEIJING, China
- Massey University National Expedition & Internship Program (Agriculture & Environment), New Zealand
Each program has a different application process and form available on the partner website. Generally an initial online application will be required, and at some point you need to be prepared to submit a resume and take part in an interview.
MARYVILLE COLLEGE APPLICATION DEADLINE is JANUARY 15th (regardless of what the CEA, ISA or ISEP websites say)
Faculty-led Summer Programs
Join Dr. Hickman on this 6 week adventure in Seville, Spain. Click on the heading for more information.
Maryville College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, telephone 404-679-4500, at http://www.sacscoc.org for questions about the accreditation of Maryville College. Our partner institutions are not accredited by the Commission on Colleges and the accreditation of Maryville College does not extend to or include our partner institutions or its students. Although Maryville college accepts certain coursework from our partner institution as transfer credit towards our degrees, or collaborates in other ways for generation of course credits or program credentials, other colleges and universities may or may not accept this work in transfer, even if it appears on a transcript from our partner institutions. This decision is made by the institution subsequently considering the possibility of accepting such credits