Study Abroad this Summer with Bellarmine Faculty

Bellarmine student in Hong Kong

There are a plethora of options for Bellarmine students to study abroad during the summer. It is a great way for students to stay on track or get ahead in their course load for the next academic year! These programs are typically between three and five weeks in length, earning three to six credit hours at a reduced rate or no cost, and varying in cost from $3000 to $6000 (this normally includes airfare, accommodation, some meals and excursions, insurance, etc.). It is a great option for General Education courses, requirements in the major or minor, or to add study options and expand an academic area not available on our campus.

Bellarmine’s main summer study abroad options are via the Cooperative Center for Study Abroad (CCSA, and Kentucky Institute of International Studies (KIIS, CCSA offers programs in English-speaking destinations such as the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Belize, West Africa, etc., and courses are taught in English. KIIS offers study options in non-English speaking destinations, such as Austria, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Mexico, Spain, Turkey, etc. Courses are taught in English, but language courses are offered at several of these destinations.

Highlighted below are Bellarmine faculty who are teaching through CCSA and KIIS this Summer 2013:
Cooperative Center Study Abroad

CCSA has two deadlines. Apply by February 8, 2013 and receive $100 off the program fee. The final CCSA deadline is February 22, 2013. CCSA courses receive a 50% tuition reduction over normal summer courses taught on campus.

Kentucky Institute for International Studies

KIIS also has two deadlines. Apply by January 20, 2013 and receive $100 off the program fee. The final KIIS deadline is February 15, 2013. Students attending a KIIS program pay no tuition costs for up to six credit hours!

Please refer to the Bellarmine International Programs website to learn more about summer programs and summer scholarship opportunities:

Contact the Study Abroad Advisor, Erica Ward, for more information.