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 Study Abroad Programs

Maryville College currently offers summer study abroad programs through our bilateral exchange partners, the ISEP Consortium, CEA & GlobaLinks.  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 to determine if the program is eligible for transfer.

Argentina Australia Costa Rica Ireland
Belgium Czech Republic Hong Kong England
Brazil South Korea Japan France
Chile Greece Germany Spain
China Italy Scotland South Africa
United Arab Emirates Thailand Finland Hungary
India The Netherlands Nicaragua Taiwan

Intern Abroad Programs

Internship abroad programs are offered in conjunction with CEA and GlobaLinks

Faculty-led Summer Programs

No Faculty-led Programs have been determined for Summer 2015. These are much like J-Term travel study courses; they are generally 3-credit courses led by two faculty or staff members and can fulfill the Experiential Education requirement. Students enrolled in these programs can expect to learn about topics and cultures in-depth and on a personal level.



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 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