Opportunities to travel the world
Your college years might be the best time to travel abroad. By attending Finlandia University, your opportunity to experience different cultures and explore the world is enhanced by our ties with many excellent learning institutions in Finland, and our connections with other U.S. institutions of higher education. You will receive assistance and camaraderie that will make the culture jump easy and exciting, all while continuing your education.
Finlandia believes it is important for the student to be exposed to the world. By fostering exchange relations with foreign learning institutions we are able to bring experts from around the world to teach on campus and offer students the opportunity to attend college overseas.
Cooperative Center for Study Abroad
The Cooperative Center for Study Abroad (CCSA) is a consortium of U.S. colleges and universities, which jointly offers study abroad programs in English-speaking regions. A not-for-profit organization, CCSA is headquartered at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Participants can receive higher education credit (undergraduate or graduate) for successfully completing the CCSA program in which they are enrolled. Classes are taught by faculty from consortium member schools.
Study abroad opportunities for the 2018-19 academic year include:
Applications must be submitted by Sept. 28.
- Belize: Anthropology Ethnographic Field School
- Belize: Land & Sea
- Ireland: One Island, Two Countries
- Jamaica: Archaeology Field School (New!)
- London: Late Summer ( July 28 – Aug. 13)
- London: Summer (June 28 – July 28)
- Scotland: City & Highlands (June 13 – June 28)
Students or those interested may begin enrolling at any time.
Exclusive opportunities for FinnU students
SEMESTER-LONG STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES IN FINLAND
Studying abroad for a full semester or more is an excellent way to complement your Finlandia studies, to gain new perspectives and view of the world, to make new friends and to increase your value in the job market after graduation. Students considering traveling abroad to study International Business must have a 2.75 cumulative GPA and apply to the Dean of the International School of Business to make arrangements. Students should meet with their advisor to work out a study plan that will enable them to transfer credits earned on an exchange towards their Finlandia degree. Finlandia’s business school works exclusively with Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, JAMK University of Applied Sciences (Jyväskylä) and other schools to provide opportunities for students.
For more information about the international programs and arrangements to study in Finland contact International Admissions at (906) 487-7208 or email@example.com.