Study Abroad
Study Abroad
The Department of Modern and Classical Languages regularly engages in short-term study abroad trips (two to three-weeks in duration). Our two most common destinations are Paris, France and Santiago, Chile. Students visit museums, meet writers and intellectuals and experience the cultures they have read about in a deep and meaningful way. These trips are usually linked to upper-level class work for French and Spanish majors.

Students can also study in Spain for a semester or year. We have a direct exchange with the Universidad Santiago de Compostela. The following link will let you know more about the Universidad de Santiago de Compostela and the lovely city in which it is located.

For more information on how you can study in Santiago de Compostela as a Rockford University student, see Michelle Griggs in ISSSS.

There are upcoming trips to:

  • Rome - Spring 2014 (contact Dr. Stephanie Quinn for more info)
  • Cuba - May 2014 (contact Dr. John Burns for more info)
  • France - May 2014 (contact Dr. Sharon Meilahn Bartlett for more info)

Check out this article about studying abroad by CNN 

"Studying abroad could give you an edge in the job market”

For more information on Studying Abroad, contact:

Samuel Bandy
Director of Global Affairs

Phone: 815-394-4138

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