Learning Abroad Center
Colorful houses riverside in Denmark

Summer in Denmark & Sweden

Europe
LAC Program

Summer in Denmark & Sweden offers you the opportunity to explore one or both countries and build your summer experience abroad. 5 sessions. 90+ courses. 2 locations. Choose from an exciting range of courses, lab & research, or architecture & design.

Program Details

Location
Location
Copenhagen, Denmark & Stockholm, Sweden
Term
Term
Summer Session
Housing
Housing
Apartment
Languages Taught In
Languages Taught In
English

Program Eligibility

Student Type
Student Type
UofM Students
Student Year
Student Year
Sophomores
Juniors
Seniors
GPA
GPA
3.0

About

Take courses in a wide variety of disciplines, from neuroscience to gender studies to design, with beautiful Copenhagen and/or Stockholm as your classroom. Housing is arranged for you in safe and convenient locations and you join the locals in biking or taking the T-bana (subway) to class.

Program Model

Study Abroad Center

Housing & Meals

Summer housing in Denmark and/or Sweden is in various apartment-style housing sites. In some, you'll live with other study abroad students, and in others, you'll share the building with local students. You will be placed in a housing site depending on which summer sessions and courses you are enrolled in.

All housing options include a furnished room with towels, a blanket, a pillow, and bed linens. You will also have access to laundry facilities and internet, and you will receive a transit pass that will allow you to get from your housing to classes. 

For more detailed information on the summer housing options, visit our partner DIS's website.

Excursions

Study tours are one of the features of this program that students find most attractive. Some, but not all, summer sessions include a study tour, so if this aspect is important to you, review the session information for details. These study tours are an integrated part of your course, and as such they are academic in nature and included in your program fee. 

Flight

Students are responsible for independently arranging round-trip travel to/from Denmark and/or Sweden. If you participate in two or more consecutive sessions, DIS will cover the costs and arrange the travel between Copenhagen and Stockholm.

Learning Outcomes

During your summer session(s) in Denmark and/or Sweden, plan the meet the following objectives:

  • Challenge yourself to raise questions, examine issues from different perspectives, explore new mindsets, and reflect on your own values and identity through new experiences and discussions
  • Expand your knowledge in your field through a unique European lens in the classroom, field studies, and on study tours
  • Build your cross-cultural competencies, gain real-world knowledge, and become more flexible in order to live, work, and succeed in an increasingly globalized world
  • Gain the ability to connect theory and knowledge through observation and practice, and to reflect on all that you learn through these methods

Faculty & Staff

You will work closely with our partner DIS's services to prepare yourself while still in the US and continue when you arrive in Denmark and/or Sweden. The DIS North American Office, which has close ties to the Learning Abroad Center, is there to assist you in registering for courses, selecting the most suitable housing option, advising on flights to/from Denmark and/or Sweden, and other pre-departure activities. On arrival, the numerous DIS on-site staff members are on hand to help students, providing a broad array of services ranging from personal and academic counseling to sending mail, Internet access, and Diverse Identities Social Club (D.I.S. Club).

DIS faculty bring real-life expertise from their field into the classroom. Most work as professionals in the areas they teach, giving you direct access to resources and networks both in Copenhagen and/or Stockholm and on study tours. They will introduce you to a network of leading researchers and health professionals, European politicians, innovative business leaders, cutting-edge architects and designers, forward thinking entrepreneurs, ground-breaking activists, and fascinating historians.

Program Structure

Program Level
3000-level and above
Courseload

3-12 credits, depending on the number of sessions combined

Coursework

The Summer in Denmark & Sweden program offers academically rigorous courses in a wide variety of subjects. Each course is the equivalent of a semester-long course, compressed into 3-4 weeks. Instruction is in English by local faculty.

Choose from a variety of tracks such as:

  • Architecture
  • Art & Visual Culture
  • Biomedicine
  • Business
  • Child Development & Diversity
  • Communication
  • Computer Science
  • Economics
  • Environmental Science of the Arctic
  • Furniture Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Holocaust & Genocide
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Interior Architecture (Interior Design)
  • Justice & Human Rights
  • Literature
  • Medical Practice & Policy
  • Neuroscience
  • Pre-Architecture (for Architecture BA and BDA students; or BS students who have not yet taken a studio course)
  • Prostitution & the Sex Trade
  • Psychology
  • Public Health
  • Sociology
  • Sustainability
  • Terrorism & Security
  • Urban Design
  • Urban Studies

Visit the DIS website for a full list of offerings. Please note any pre-requisites that may be required for admission.

Global Identity

Global Identity: Connecting Your International Experience with Your Future is an optional 1-credit online course that helps you process your international experience and apply what you've learned upon your return. Global Identity gives you the opportunity to work individually with a trained cultural mentor, helping you articulate your newly acquired skills and differentiating you from your peers.

To access more information about the course, visit the Global Identity Course Information page.

Program Dates

Orientation Dates & Locations

Orientation will be conducted in 2 parts: an online orientation, which is mandatory for all students, and an in-person, program-specific session. You will receive more information about the online orientation via email. Failure to complete the online orientation will impact your ability to go abroad.

See below for tentative dates and times for your in-person session. You will be notified of the official date and time via email. Participants will receive applicable orientation materials via email approximately 1 week prior to the in-person session.

Term AbroadOrientation Date/Time
Summer 2023TBD

DIS will provide access to a mandatory online pre-departure course called Compass. Additionally, they will hold 1-2 online pre-departure orientations.

Summer 2024

Application Open Date: Aug 1, 2023
Application Deadline: Mar 15, 2024

Summer Lab and Research Session

ScheduleDate
Program datesMay 22–July 5, 2024

Summer Session I

ScheduleDate
Program datesMay 22–June 12, 2024

Summer Session II

ScheduleDate
Program datesJune 17–July 5, 2024

Summer Session III

ScheduleDate
Program datesJuly 9–July 27, 2024

Architecture & Design Session

ScheduleDate
Program datesJune 17–July 27, 2024

Fees

Summer 2023 Cost of Participation

University of Minnesota participants pay the program fee instead of on-campus tuition and fees for the term they are abroad.

If you do not see a budget estimate for the term you intend to go abroad, the fee has not yet been finalized. We strive to post fees for this program at least 30 days prior to the application deadline. The Learning Abroad Center will delay the posting of some fees until enrollments, inflation, and exchange rates are determined. Note the average increase in fees will be 3–10%. Program fees are based on estimates and may change depending on international economic factors.

Billing & Payments

Visit Billing for information about the billing process for application fees, deposits, and program fees.

Financial Aid & Scholarships

Visit Financial Information for information on using financial aid and scholarships for study abroad.

Please also review the scholarships offered by DIS.

Cancellation Policy

Before you apply to or confirm your participation on this program, review the Learning Abroad Center's Cancellation Policy to inform yourself of the timeline and financial obligations for canceling.

Architecture & Design

Summer in Denmark & Sweden (DIS): Architecture & Design

Summer 2023

Program Fee

  • UofM students pay program fee instead of on-campus tuition & fees while abroad
  • Billed through UofM account
Non-refundable deposit $400
Tuition and educational costsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Tuition Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $8,250
International health insurance $100
Housing and/or mealsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Housing & Student Affairs Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $3,120
Transportation (if required and included in program fee) $0
Total Program Fee $11,870
Program discount for University of Minnesota and Big Ten students, if applicable $-2,000
Total Program Fee with discount, if applicable $9,870

Estimated Additional Expenses

  • Financial aid-eligible but not included in program fee
Costs Typically Incurred Prior to Departure These costs may need to be paid before your financial aid is disbursed for your term abroad.
Transportation to and from program siteRound trip international airfare $1,500
Passport/photos $150
Visa/required documents $0
Travel clinic/immunizations* $0
Housing deposit $0
Total Estimated Cost Incurred Prior to Departure $1,650
Costs Typically Incurred After Arrival in Host Country
Texts/materials $0
Housing and/or meals not included in program feeBudget $100-150 per week for meals. $1,050
Essential daily living expensesBudget $100-150 per week for expenses. $1,050
Total Estimated Cost Incurred After Arrival in Host Country $2,100

Total Estimated Cost of Participation

  • UofM students—compare this to your estimated on campus cost of attendance
Total Estimated Cost of Participation $13,620
Spending money and personal travel Not included in financial aid calculation $1,050
Additional Notes & Information
* Immunizations Note: This estimate is based on approximate cost of travel-related vaccinations and medications required for entry or recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Your costs may be higher or lower depending on your travel clinic, the specific immunizations and medication prescribed, and your insurance coverage.

Lab & Research

Summer in Denmark & Sweden (DIS): Lab & Research

Summer 2022

Program Fee

  • UofM students pay program fee instead of on-campus tuition & fees while abroad
  • Billed through UofM account
Non-refundable deposit $400
Tuition and educational costsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Tuition Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $6,940
International health insurance $100
Housing and/or mealsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Housing & Student Affairs Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $2,650
Transportation (if required and included in program fee) $0
Total Program Fee $10,090
Program discount for University of Minnesota and Big Ten students, if applicable $-1,000
Total Program Fee with discount, if applicable $9,090

Estimated Additional Expenses

  • Financial aid-eligible but not included in program fee
Costs Typically Incurred Prior to Departure These costs may need to be paid before your financial aid is disbursed for your term abroad.
Transportation to and from program siteRound trip international airfare $1,300
Passport/photos $150
Visa/required documentsNo visa required for students traveling on US passports $0
Travel clinic/immunizations*Required COVID tests for departure and return $150
Housing deposit $0
Total Estimated Cost Incurred Prior to Departure $1,600
Costs Typically Incurred After Arrival in Host Country
Texts/materialsCourse reading materials and textbook rental are included $0
Housing and/or meals not included in program feeBudget $100-150 per week for meals. $900
Essential daily living expensesBudget $100-150 per week for expenses. $900
Total Estimated Cost Incurred After Arrival in Host Country $1,800

Total Estimated Cost of Participation

  • UofM students—compare this to your estimated on campus cost of attendance
Total Estimated Cost of Participation $12,490
Spending money and personal travel Not included in financial aid calculation $900
Additional Notes & Information
* Immunizations Note: This estimate is based on approximate cost of travel-related vaccinations and medications required for entry or recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Your costs may be higher or lower depending on your travel clinic, the specific immunizations and medication prescribed, and your insurance coverage.

Lab & Research + Summer Session 3

Summer in Denmark & Sweden (DIS): Lab & Research + Session 3

Summer 2022

Program Fee

  • UofM students pay program fee instead of on-campus tuition & fees while abroad
  • Billed through UofM account
Non-refundable deposit $400
Tuition and educational costsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Tuition Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $10,700
International health insurance $150
Housing and/or mealsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Housing & Student Affairs Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $3,980
Transportation (if required and included in program fee) $0
Total Program Fee $15,230
Program discount for University of Minnesota and Big Ten students, if applicable $-1,500
Total Program Fee with discount, if applicable $13,730

Estimated Additional Expenses

  • Financial aid-eligible but not included in program fee
Costs Typically Incurred Prior to Departure These costs may need to be paid before your financial aid is disbursed for your term abroad.
Transportation to and from program siteRound trip international airfare $1,300
Passport/photos $150
Visa/required documentsNo visa required for students traveling on US passports $0
Travel clinic/immunizations*Required COVID tests for departure and return $150
Housing deposit $0
Total Estimated Cost Incurred Prior to Departure $1,600
Costs Typically Incurred After Arrival in Host Country
Texts/materialsCourse reading materials and textbook rental are included $0
Housing and/or meals not included in program feeBudget $100-150 per week for meals. $1,500
Essential daily living expensesBudget $100-150 per week for expenses. $1,500
Total Estimated Cost Incurred After Arrival in Host Country $3,000

Total Estimated Cost of Participation

  • UofM students—compare this to your estimated on campus cost of attendance
Total Estimated Cost of Participation $18,330
Spending money and personal travel Not included in financial aid calculation $900
Additional Notes & Information
* Immunizations Note: This estimate is based on approximate cost of travel-related vaccinations and medications required for entry or recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Your costs may be higher or lower depending on your travel clinic, the specific immunizations and medication prescribed, and your insurance coverage.

Summer Session 1

Summer in Denmark & Sweden (DIS): Session 1

Summer 2023

Program Fee

  • UofM students pay program fee instead of on-campus tuition & fees while abroad
  • Billed through UofM account
Non-refundable deposit $400
Tuition and educational costsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Tuition Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $3,210
International health insurance $50
Housing and/or mealsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Housing & Student Affairs Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $1,560
Transportation (if required and included in program fee) $0
Total Program Fee $5,220
Program discount for University of Minnesota and Big Ten students, if applicable $-500
Total Program Fee with discount, if applicable $4,720

Estimated Additional Expenses

  • Financial aid-eligible but not included in program fee
Costs Typically Incurred Prior to Departure These costs may need to be paid before your financial aid is disbursed for your term abroad.
Transportation to and from program siteRound trip international airfare $1,500
Passport/photos $150
Visa/required documents $0
Travel clinic/immunizations* $0
Housing deposit $0
Total Estimated Cost Incurred Prior to Departure $1,650
Costs Typically Incurred After Arrival in Host Country
Texts/materials $0
Housing and/or meals not included in program feeBudget $100-150 per week for meals. $450
Essential daily living expensesBudget $100-150 per week for expenses. $450
Total Estimated Cost Incurred After Arrival in Host Country $900

Total Estimated Cost of Participation

  • UofM students—compare this to your estimated on campus cost of attendance
Total Estimated Cost of Participation $7,270
Spending money and personal travel Not included in financial aid calculation $450
Additional Notes & Information
* Immunizations Note: This estimate is based on approximate cost of travel-related vaccinations and medications required for entry or recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Your costs may be higher or lower depending on your travel clinic, the specific immunizations and medication prescribed, and your insurance coverage.

Summer Session 2

Summer in Denmark & Sweden (DIS): Session 2

Summer 2023

Program Fee

  • UofM students pay program fee instead of on-campus tuition & fees while abroad
  • Billed through UofM account
Non-refundable deposit $400
Tuition and educational costsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Tuition Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $4,640
International health insurance $50
Housing and/or mealsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Housing & Student Affairs Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $1,560
Transportation (if required and included in program fee) $0
Total Program Fee $6,650
Program discount for University of Minnesota and Big Ten students, if applicable $-500
Total Program Fee with discount, if applicable $6,150

Estimated Additional Expenses

  • Financial aid-eligible but not included in program fee
Costs Typically Incurred Prior to Departure These costs may need to be paid before your financial aid is disbursed for your term abroad.
Transportation to and from program siteRound trip international airfare $1,500
Passport/photos $150
Visa/required documents $0
Travel clinic/immunizations* $0
Housing deposit $0
Total Estimated Cost Incurred Prior to Departure $1,650
Costs Typically Incurred After Arrival in Host Country
Texts/materials $0
Housing and/or meals not included in program feeBudget $100-150 per week for meals. $450
Essential daily living expensesBudget $100-150 per week for expenses. $450
Total Estimated Cost Incurred After Arrival in Host Country $900

Total Estimated Cost of Participation

  • UofM students—compare this to your estimated on campus cost of attendance
Total Estimated Cost of Participation $8,700
Spending money and personal travel Not included in financial aid calculation $450
Additional Notes & Information
* Immunizations Note: This estimate is based on approximate cost of travel-related vaccinations and medications required for entry or recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Your costs may be higher or lower depending on your travel clinic, the specific immunizations and medication prescribed, and your insurance coverage.

Summer Session 3

Summer in Denmark & Sweden (DIS): Session 3

Summer 2023

Program Fee

  • UofM students pay program fee instead of on-campus tuition & fees while abroad
  • Billed through UofM account
Non-refundable deposit $400
Tuition and educational costsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Tuition Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $5,315
International health insurance $50
Housing and/or mealsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Housing & Student Affairs Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $1,920
Transportation (if required and included in program fee) $0
Total Program Fee $7,685
Program discount for University of Minnesota and Big Ten students, if applicable $-500
Total Program Fee with discount, if applicable $7,185

Estimated Additional Expenses

  • Financial aid-eligible but not included in program fee
Costs Typically Incurred Prior to Departure These costs may need to be paid before your financial aid is disbursed for your term abroad.
Transportation to and from program siteRound trip international airfare $1,500
Passport/photos $150
Visa/required documents $0
Travel clinic/immunizations* $0
Housing deposit $0
Total Estimated Cost Incurred Prior to Departure $1,650
Costs Typically Incurred After Arrival in Host Country
Texts/materials $0
Housing and/or meals not included in program feeBudget $100-150 per week for meals. $600
Essential daily living expensesBudget $100-150 per week for expenses. $600
Total Estimated Cost Incurred After Arrival in Host Country $1,200

Total Estimated Cost of Participation

  • UofM students—compare this to your estimated on campus cost of attendance
Total Estimated Cost of Participation $10,035
Spending money and personal travel Not included in financial aid calculation $600
Additional Notes & Information
* Immunizations Note: This estimate is based on approximate cost of travel-related vaccinations and medications required for entry or recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Your costs may be higher or lower depending on your travel clinic, the specific immunizations and medication prescribed, and your insurance coverage.

Summer Sessions 1 & 2

Summer in Denmark & Sweden (DIS): Sessions 1 & 2

Summer 2023

Program Fee

  • UofM students pay program fee instead of on-campus tuition & fees while abroad
  • Billed through UofM account
Non-refundable deposit $400
Tuition and educational costsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Tuition Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $6,185
International health insurance $100
Housing and/or mealsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Housing & Student Affairs Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $2,770
Transportation (if required and included in program fee) $0
Total Program Fee $9,455
Program discount for University of Minnesota and Big Ten students, if applicable $-1,000
Total Program Fee with discount, if applicable $8,455

Estimated Additional Expenses

  • Financial aid-eligible but not included in program fee
Costs Typically Incurred Prior to Departure These costs may need to be paid before your financial aid is disbursed for your term abroad.
Transportation to and from program siteRound trip international airfare $1,500
Passport/photos $150
Visa/required documents $0
Travel clinic/immunizations* $0
Housing deposit $0
Total Estimated Cost Incurred Prior to Departure $1,650
Costs Typically Incurred After Arrival in Host Country
Texts/materials $0
Housing and/or meals not included in program feeBudget $100-150 per week for meals. $900
Essential daily living expensesBudget $100-150 per week for expenses. $900
Total Estimated Cost Incurred After Arrival in Host Country $1,800

Total Estimated Cost of Participation

  • UofM students—compare this to your estimated on campus cost of attendance
Total Estimated Cost of Participation $11,905
Spending money and personal travel Not included in financial aid calculation $900
Additional Notes & Information
* Immunizations Note: This estimate is based on approximate cost of travel-related vaccinations and medications required for entry or recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Your costs may be higher or lower depending on your travel clinic, the specific immunizations and medication prescribed, and your insurance coverage.

Summer Sessions 2 & 3

Summer in Denmark & Sweden (DIS): Sessions 2 & 3

Summer 2023

Program Fee

  • UofM students pay program fee instead of on-campus tuition & fees while abroad
  • Billed through UofM account
Non-refundable deposit $400
Tuition and educational costsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Tuition Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $8,290
International health insurance $100
Housing and/or mealsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Housing & Student Affairs Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $3,130
Transportation (if required and included in program fee) $0
Total Program Fee $11,920
Program discount for University of Minnesota and Big Ten students, if applicable $-1,000
Total Program Fee with discount, if applicable $10,920

Estimated Additional Expenses

  • Financial aid-eligible but not included in program fee
Costs Typically Incurred Prior to Departure These costs may need to be paid before your financial aid is disbursed for your term abroad.
Transportation to and from program siteRound trip international airfare $1,500
Passport/photos $150
Visa/required documents $0
Travel clinic/immunizations* $0
Housing deposit $0
Total Estimated Cost Incurred Prior to Departure $1,650
Costs Typically Incurred After Arrival in Host Country
Texts/materials $0
Housing and/or meals not included in program feeBudget $100-150 per week for meals. $1,050
Essential daily living expensesBudget $100-150 per week for expenses. $1,050
Total Estimated Cost Incurred After Arrival in Host Country $2,100

Total Estimated Cost of Participation

  • UofM students—compare this to your estimated on campus cost of attendance
Total Estimated Cost of Participation $14,670
Spending money and personal travel Not included in financial aid calculation $1,050
Additional Notes & Information
* Immunizations Note: This estimate is based on approximate cost of travel-related vaccinations and medications required for entry or recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Your costs may be higher or lower depending on your travel clinic, the specific immunizations and medication prescribed, and your insurance coverage.

Summer Sessions 1, 2, & 3

Summer in Denmark & Sweden (DIS): Sessions 1, 2, & 3

Summer 2023

Program Fee

  • UofM students pay program fee instead of on-campus tuition & fees while abroad
  • Billed through UofM account
Non-refundable deposit $400
Tuition and educational costsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Tuition Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $9,685
International health insurance $150
Housing and/or mealsPlease refer to the Comprehensive Housing & Student Affairs Fee on the DIS website for inclusions $4,490
Transportation (if required and included in program fee) $0
Total Program Fee $14,725
Program discount for University of Minnesota and Big Ten students, if applicable $-1,500
Total Program Fee with discount, if applicable $13,225

Estimated Additional Expenses

  • Financial aid-eligible but not included in program fee
Costs Typically Incurred Prior to Departure These costs may need to be paid before your financial aid is disbursed for your term abroad.
Transportation to and from program siteRound trip international airfare $1,500
Passport/photos $150
Visa/required documents $0
Travel clinic/immunizations* $0
Housing deposit $0
Total Estimated Cost Incurred Prior to Departure $1,650
Costs Typically Incurred After Arrival in Host Country
Texts/materials $0
Housing and/or meals not included in program feeBudget $100-150 per week for meals. $1,500
Essential daily living expensesBudget $100-150 per week for expenses. $1,500
Total Estimated Cost Incurred After Arrival in Host Country $3,000

Total Estimated Cost of Participation

  • UofM students—compare this to your estimated on campus cost of attendance
Total Estimated Cost of Participation $17,875
Spending money and personal travel Not included in financial aid calculation $1,500
Additional Notes & Information
* Immunizations Note: This estimate is based on approximate cost of travel-related vaccinations and medications required for entry or recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Your costs may be higher or lower depending on your travel clinic, the specific immunizations and medication prescribed, and your insurance coverage.

Prepare

Complete pre-application advising.

Current US passport processing times are longer than normal. If you do not have a passport, or your passport expires less than 6 months after your return date from your time abroad, apply for a new passport now.

Apply

The COVID-19 vaccine series is strongly recommended, pursuant to CDC guidelines, but not required for participation in this program.

You will be charged a $50 application fee for each application you submit.

Apply Now

Complete

After you submit your application, you will receive an email notification confirming that your application was received. Submitted applications are assigned an application checklist, which will include the following items:

  • Application Essay
  • Academic Recommendation
  • Build Your Summer form 

Detailed descriptions and instructions for submitting each checklist item are included on the application checklist assigned to you.

Application Review Process

After your application checklist is complete, your application is reviewed by our program team. You will be notified of an acceptance decision by email. If accepted, you will be assigned a confirmation checklist, which you will complete to confirm your participation in the program. If you decide not to continue with the application process, log into the online application system and submit a Cancel Request.

After You Apply

Before your program begins, review these resources.

Health & Safety

Learn more about staying healthy and safe abroad, including mental health and wellness, international travel insurance, and safety precautions.

Power of Attorney

Consider designating someone as your power of attorney to act as your legal representative while you’re abroad.

Student Identity

Consult our resources on student identities as you prepare for your abroad experience.

Travel Resources

Ready to go abroad? Our travel resources will help you pack and learn what to expect.

Program Contact

For further information or questions about this program, send an email to

Dunia Tesfaye or call at 612.626.1117