Wartburg Diers Programs
Diers programs have been developed by Wartburg College and are community based semester programs. Programs have been established in:
Explore new cultures and enhance your language abilities:
- French: contact Dr. Wells #8403
- German: contact Prof. Losch, #8218
- Spanish: contact Dr. Boerigter, #8219
- USAC- University Studies Abroad Consortium: Heredia, Costa Rica
- CCCS- The Center for Cross-Cultural Study: Seville, Spain and Cordoba, Argentina
- CIEE- Council on International Educational Exchange: Seville, Spain;Alcalá de Henares, SpainSantiago, Chile;orBuenos Aires, Argentina
Study Abroad Campus Program Curriculum and Internships
Prepares students for life in a rapidly changing global society by offering courses in more than seventy programs in ten different countries. Internships are available.
American Institute for Foreign Study
Thirty unique programs in Europe, Australia, Asia, and Africa.
Universität Berlin, Germany(FU-Best)
The Universität offers a program for students with little or no knowledge of German language. The curriculum is strong in the Humanities/ Fine Arts and Social Sciences
Institute for the International Education of Students
Provides students high-quality academic study abroad opportunities that foster intercultural development in over sites around the globe.
Valparaiso University Programs
Fall semester program at Zhejiang University, in Hangzhou, China. Students receive credits in Chinese culture, civilization, and language.
Budapest Semester in Mathematics
One of the most prestigious and essential study-abroad programs for undergraduate students of Mathematics.
About Study Abroad
Students can study abroad for a semester (in some cases an academic year) with an approved program. Opportunities are available in many countries where students can be immersed in a language or study in English. Internships are available in many locations around the world. Through Wartburg’s unique Diers Programs, students have the opportunity to work in community based grassroots programs in Senegal, Australia, or Tanzania.
Modern Languages majors are required to study abroad for a May Term and then for one semester prior to graduation.
Application for Study Abroad is competitive. Deadline for application for the following academic year is Feb. 1.
Wartburg College does not allow students to go to countries that are under a travel warning.
Determine what countries are under a travel warning by visiting the U.S. Department of State Web site