These programs offer courses that will transfer to LTU and fulfill requirements for the College of Art & Sciences.
Location: Harlaxton College, The British Campus Of The University Of Evansville
Semester: Fall, Spring, and Summer semester
Academic Year: Sophomore or Junior standing
Application method: Paper application available in Study Abroad Office.
Application Deadline: Fall - March 15, Spring - Oct. 1., Summer - January 31
- Due to Study Abroad Office.
Areas of Study: Business, Economics, Engineering, General & JR/SR Elective, History, Humanities, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology
- Courses vary every semester due to visiting faculty.
Program Description: All students must enroll in The British Experience six-credit course, and then can select from 30 courses that vary each semester. Students can participate in optional school-arranged weekend excursions to the British Isles, Ireland, Paris, Rome, Venice, and Florence.
Accommodations: Students live at the 100-room Victorian manor house in Grantham during the semester with students from 20 other U.S institutions. The manor is a fully functional home/ college offering classrooms, a library, and a sports hall, as well as student rooms. The manor also offers a bistro, laundry facilities, "telly" lounge, reading lounge, computer room, Wi-Fi, and a general store.
Approximate Program Costs: $6,000 plus LTU tuition costs
Included in Costs: Housing, Meals, Student Activity Fee, Health and Wellness Fee, Technology Fee, Airport pick-up and/or return, Shuttle service between Harlaxton and Grantham, Required British Studies field trips: transportation and entrance fees.
Location: University Of Hertfordshire
Time of Year: Fall or Spring semester
Academic Year: Sophomore, Junior, or Senior standing
Application Deadline: Fall - March 31st, Spring - Oct. 17th
Areas of Study: Business, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Construction Management, Economics, Electrical Engineering, English, Game Art, General & JR/SR Elective, Graphic Design, History, Humanities, Industrial Design, Industrial Operations, Information Technology, Interior Architecture, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Media Com, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Spanish
Program Description: University of Hertfordshire has been ranked within the top 350 world universities by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2011-12. They provide a vast array of course offerings each semester that align with many Lawrence Tech majors. All students have access to award-winning Learning Research Centers, which are widely regarded as the best among UK universities, as well as state-of-the-art facilities.
Accommodations: On campus residence halls, off campus university property, private rentals, or Host family
Approximate Program Costs: $1,850 - $2,650 plus LTU Tuition costs
Included in Costs: Accommodations
Location: Paris, France
Time of Year:2018 Summer semester only; class begins on May 14, 2018 and ends on July 20, 2018.
Travel Abroad Dates: May 31, 2018 - June 30, 2018.
Academic Eligibility: Junior, Senior, or Graduate student standing. Applicants must have minimum
GPA of 3.0, OR provide reference letter from a previous professor and approval of the Department
Application Method: Paper application available below.
Application Deadline & Submission: December 11, 2017.
Place your completed application and $500.00 non-refundable application deposit in a sealed
envelope marked “2018 Paris Study Abroad Program / Attn: Prof. Margaret Wong, Program
Coordinator”. Submit your application and deposit to Mary Johnson at the College of Architecture and
Design main office A129. Deposit can be paid by a check or money order made out to LTU CoAD, or by
Areas of Study: Architecture, Architectural - Engineering, Psychology
Courses Offered (applicants must successfully complete any required prerequisites before 2018
Summer semester): Participants must enroll in one or more of the following courses:
-- ARC 4116 Architecture Integrated Design Studio & Lab 5 (ID5);
-- EAE 4026 Architectural - Engineering Integrated Design Studio 3 (AEIDS3);
-- PSY elective “Psychology of Art”, satisfies LLT/SSC/PSY Jr/Sr elective for ALL majors (course could
be modified to satisfy a graduate elective). ***You must take the writing proficiency exam before 2018
summer semester begins.
Program Description: The Paris Summer Study Abroad Program is led by LTU faculty. It offers LTU
students the opportunity to explore the architecture, art, urban fabric, social fabric and everyday life of
this internationally renowned city. Participants are immersed in the rich history and culture of Paris. The
architecture and architecture-engineering studio projects will have Paris project sites. All Paris program
courses will use the city as a resource and living classroom. Guided walking tours, lectures, full-group
discussions and a collective field trip are part of the Paris Study Abroad Program. Students will also
have the opportunity to experience additional independent European travel during the month-long stay
Accommodations: Accommodations: Residence hall (students and faculty will stay in same facility)
Approximate 2018 Paris Program Costs (subject to change): $3,400, separate from LTU tuition costs.
Financial Aid Limitations: Regular academic year financial aid CANNOT be used for summer term classes. Students who qualify for summer term financial aid can take out additional federal student
loans. Students are strongly encouraged to seek out private loans, grants and scholarships on their own.
For more information, contact:
Susan Poli-Smith, Director of Financial Aid
phone: (248) 204-2126
Included in Costs:1-month residence hall accommodations, roundtrip airfare and local ground transportation, 1-month Paris transportation pass, 6-day Paris museum pass, guided tour entrance fees, required field trip total costs. ***Food and insurance are NOT included in the program cost.
Program Coordinator: Margaret Wong, email@example.com, email for more info.
Location: Kent State University Florence Program
Time of Year: Fall, Spring, Summer semester
Academic Year: Junior/Senior year (CoAD students), Sophomore/Junior year (A&S students)
Application Method: Online Application after approval by Study Abroad Office.
Application Deadline: Fall - May 1, Spring - Oct. 1, Summer - March 1.
Areas of Study: Architecture, Business, Economics, English, General & JR/SR Elective, Humanities, Interior Architecture, Psychology, Urban Design
Program Description: Students take classes in the Palazzo dei Cerchi, a prestigious building in the historic center of Florence that dates from around 1280. The internal and external Palazzo was renovated in 2004. Its state-of-the-art classrooms and lecture halls are newly furnished and updated. The Florence Program and the Palazzo dei Cerchi are owned and operated by Kent State University.
Accommodations: Participants in the semester program live in apartments provided through Kent State. All apartments are fully furnished and located within the ancient city walls and within walking distance of the Palazzo.
Approximate Program Costs: $10,000 plus LTU tuition costs
Summer: $3,300 plus LTU tuition costs
Included with Costs: Airfare to/from Florence, Program Fee, Field Trip Fee, Health Insurance, & Housing
Location: Tecnológico De Monterrey, Campus Monterrey
Time of Year: Fall, Spring, Summer semester
Academic Year: Sophomore or Junior standing
Application Method: Application Online. Must submit official transcript to Study Abroad Office to be sent to Monterrey.
Application Deadline: Fall - May 1, Spring - Nov. 1, Summer - April 26
Areas of Study: Architecture, Business, Communications, Chemistry, Economics, Engineering, Finance, Information Technology, Marketing.
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Program Description: Tec de Monterrey is considered one of the best universities in Latin America. Although coursework is available in English, it is recommended that foreign studies students enroll in Mexican Culture and Spanish as a foreign language. The university provides support to its visiting international students with personal attention in housing assistance, airport pick-up, immigration paperwork, on-campus orientation, and extra-curricular field trips and excursions to other areas of Mexico.
Accommodations: You can choose to live with a host family, residence halls, or a shared apartment. Meals are included with host family stays.
Approximate Program Cost: $4,500 - $6,300 plus LTU tuition costs.
Summer: $1,250 - $1,750 plus LTU tuition costs
Included in Cost: Accommodations, Meals, Living Expenses, Health Insurance and Immigration Expenses.
Location: Shanghai University Of Engineering Science, Shanghai
Type of Program: Exchange program for students and faculty
Duration: One semester
Time of Year: Fall, spring, or summer session
Majors: College of Architecture, College of Engineering
Academic Year: Sophomore and junior
Hosted by: Shanghai University of Engineering Science
Estimated Cost: Students pay Lawrence Tech tuition rates and living expenses.
Application Deadline: TBD
Program Description: Shanghai University is a comprehensive university with rich diversity of disciplines, it consists of 20 colleges and schools, 2 university-supervised departments and 1 physical education department at the moment, offering 58 undergraduate programs, 86 postgraduate programs, 20 doctoral programs and 9 post-doctoral programs covering Dynamic, Metallurgy, Electronic & Communication, Mathematics, Materials Science and Information Engineering. In addition, we also have 14 key disciplines and 3 key laboratories on the municipal level have been set up in three batches.
It has a faculty of 5,484, among whim more than 380 are full professors and more than 780 are associate professors. Of these professors, 7 are academicians of Chinese Academy of Science and Chinese Academy of Engineering, 175 doctor supervisors and 13 national-leveled young specialists of science and technology of their achievements. Shanghai University is the biggest institution of higher learning run by Shanghai Municipality.
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