Where would you like to study?
The college sponsors semester-long programs in which a Simpson faculty member leads the group, serves as the resident director, and teaches one or more of the courses offered. Such programs are offered in…
Study abroad on Simpson’s newest semester-long program at our partner institution, the University of Adelaide, in the state of South Australia. Take classes taught by the Simpson program director as well as from a wide range of course offerings at UA to fulfill either general education or major/minor requirements. Get to know the local culture by living with a host family. Experience life “Down Under.” Offered during the fall semester of even numbered years.
Spend a semester immersed in the culture, history, language and literature of Chile under the direction of a Simpson professor. Work on your language skills while getting to know your Chilean host families. Visit important historical and cultural sites including Chile’s capital of Santiago. Offered during the spring semester of even numbered years.
Live and learn with other Simpson students, accompanied by a Simpson professor, in one of the world’s great historical, cultural, political, and economic centers. Study tours to sites outside London also included. Offered during the fall semester of odd numbered years.
An intensive learning experience led by a Simpson professor where students study German language, culture, history, and literature while living with German families. Included are visits to historical and cultural sites and week-long study tours to Munich and Berlin. Offered during the spring semester of odd numbered years.
Tahiti, French Polynesia
Study for a semester in the tropical paradise of a South Pacific island which offers a rich cultural environment combining both Western and non-Western cultural elements in one location. All students, regardless of major, are welcome to participate in the program with the prerequisite of FREN 111. Offered during the spring semester of even numbered years.
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Held in a fascinating part of the developing world, this program gives students the chance to learn about Thailand, Thai language, Thai culture, and topics related to Southeast Asia in general. Course-related field trips, excursions, and other cultural activities are included as well. Students are housed in modern apartments just off CMU’s campus with both local and international students. Offered spring semester of odd-numbered years.
If you would like more information about any of these programs, please contact:
Director of International Education
701 North C Street
Indianola, IA 50125
toll free (800) 362-2454, ext. 1288