For the most up to date information regarding each program please contact the Office of Study Abroad.
Kentucky Institute for International Studies (KIIS)
KIIS is a non-profit study abroad consortium of which Marshall is a member. KIIS is committed to offering high-quality, low-cost study abroad options for undergraduate, graduate, and non-degree seeking students. KIIS has 25 four-week summer programs and four semester programs in Europe, Africa, Asia, Canada, and Central & South America with courses in Business & Economics, Humanities, Health Sciences, Language Study, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences. Programs are faculty-led so Marshall students and faculty can apply to study/teach with KIIS. The program cost typically includes six credit hours (summer) and 12-15 credit hours (semester), transfers between airport abroad and program site, on-site orientation, accommodations, some meals, local transportation for group excursions, comprehensive medical insurance and security evacuation insurance. Learn more about this program at the Marshall/KIIS Program Website, or visit www.kiis.org.
Study Spanish for the summer at the Universitas Nebrija in Madrid, Spain. Students take intensive Spanish courses and earn 6 hours per month of credit in the Foreign Language department, no Spanish proficiency required. Students have the option to stay for one or two months while living in homestays with families and participating in weekend excursions to cultural and historical sites. Departure dates are usually in June and July. Selection for the program is conducted through Dr. Maria-Carmen Riddel and the Office of Study Abroad.
Take courses in Florence this summer! Study Photography or English in Florence for three weeks during Summer 2013. For more information, contact the Program Coordinator: Don Van Horn, Dean, College of Fine Arts, Smith Hall, Tel: 304-696-2964, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Study French for the summer at the Catholic University of Lyon, France. This is a one month French Language Program. Students take intensive French courses and earn 6 hours of foreign language credit. No French proficiency is required. Students live in homestays with families and participate in weekend excursions to cultural and historical sites. The departure date is usually in July. Selection for the program is conducted through the Department of Modern Languages. For more specific information about the program please contact Dr. Eric Migernier or Dr. Maria-Carmen Riddel.