Open your eyes to the world beyond campus.
We tend to look at things from our own perspective and experience. But as the world grows more connected through technology and travel, it’s essential for us to understand cultures beyond our own.
Study abroad is part of a complete education that allows you to experience and understand other cultures, so you are better prepared to work and serve no matter where you are. Several majors and minors, including international business, intercultural studies, and languages, require study abroad. Language students sign a language pledge, committing to speak the target language throughout their experience in order to attain near-native fluency by the end of the program. If you don’t know another language—don’t let this stop you from studying abroad! There are also study abroad programs that are taught in English, giving you an opportunity to learn about yourself while learning about the world around you.
Read on to hear about the many options you have to go abroad!
Is Study Abroad for you? We hope so! The first step is to discuss the options available to you with the Program Coordinator of the Institute for Global Studies and your Academic Advisor. They can help you determine which programs best match your personal goals and academic requirements. In preparation for your meeting with an advisor, we suggest that you browse through the currently approved programs in Argentina, France (Dijon) or Spain.
You have the option of studying at Handong Global University in Pohang, South Korea and Karoli Gaspar University of the Reformed Church in Budapest, Hungary. Classes are offered in English and students of any major can take advantage of this opportunity. For more information visit the Handong Global University website and the Karoli Gaspar's Website or request more information in the Institute for Global Studies
Grace College has partnered with CCCU GlobalEd to provide a broader selection of study abroad programs. Other study destinations could include Australia, Costa Rica, India, Los Angeles, Middle East, Nashville, Uganda and Washington DC! Explore your learning abroad interest!
Information for Parents
Parents of Study Abroad students find that this experience marks a time of great personal growth for their sons and daughters. It’s common for parents to notice that their students discover career direction, grow in spiritual maturity, and gain independence through Study Abroad. Grace is committed to promoting your student’s safety and well-being during the Study Abroad experience. This is a not something that we take lightly, and we want to partner with you in this important step. Thanks for encouraging your student as he or she considers studying abroad.
|Study Abroad Tuition Costs|
|Semester (2nd year at Grace)||$17,670|
|Semester (3rd year at Grace)||$17,298|
|Semester (4th+ year at Grace)||$16,129|
These are minimum charges assessed for a study abroad program. Program costs can exceed this and Grace College reserves the right to recover costs paid on the student’s behalf as part of the student’s chosen program.
The cost to study abroad varies according to your student’s destination and program of study. All students who study abroad will pay a program fee to Grace College for their semester or summer abroad. Expenses beyond those fees may include airfare, book expenses, passport and visa expenses, meals and airport transportation, so it is best to contact the Institute for Global Studies for more information. Students can also contact the Financial Aid Office for information about their financial aid packages.
Review the relevant travel sites and scholarship opportunities below to help you prepare for your study abroad trip.
- U.S. Relations with Argentina
- Buenos Aires City Guide
- U.S. Relations with France
- Dijon City Guide
- U.S. Relations with Spain
- Madrid City Guide