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Study Abroad

James Madison College is committed to expanding your understanding of other countries and cultures by encouraging you to plan a Study Abroad experience as part of your curriculum. Study Abroad contributes to academic advancement, intellectual and personal growth, and professional development, in addition to helping you to relate to other cultures and intellectual traditions. Together with Michigan State University’s Office of Study Abroad, James Madison College sponsors a variety of Study Abroad programs. You can choose among short-duration, faculty-led programs offered during the Summer or Spring Break, full-semester programs in the Spring or Fall, and internship programs (available in all semesters). In addition to Madison-sponsored programs (offering Madison courses and/or content directly complementary to the Madison curriculum), Michigan State University offers numerous other programs which you might also consider. For a Madison-sponsored program, please select a destination from the links below. For the complete range of MSU-sponsored Study Abroad programs, go to the Office of Study Abroad web-site.

Summer, faculty-led programs, offering Madison classes:

Spring Break, faculty-led programs, offering Madison classes:

Semester-long co-sponsored programs (involving coursework at a foreign university):

Summer co-sponsored programs (involving coursework at a foreign university):

International Internship programs, offering JMC Field Experience credit:

Full-time, full-semester internships, in English-language placements

Full semester opportunities involving foreign language coursework, and internship placements in foreign-language offices:

Full semester opportunities involving related coursework, and internshipplacements in English-language offices: