Malta and the Mediterranean

Program sponsor: Luther College; program based in Sliema

Program dates: Late January to early June

Enrollment: 12-14

Coursework includes Paideia II: Ethical Issues in the Mediterranean, a Service Learning class, where program participants teach English to recent immigrants to Malta, Maltese History and Culture, additional classes taken at the University of Malta, and experimental learning travel components.

Eligibility: Must have successfully completed a minimum of three semesters of study prior to the start of the program with a GPA of 2.5 or above and be in good academic and disciplinary standing.

Program fee: Luther comprehensive fee and technology fee, plus a $1,000 program fee, (fees cover tuition; room; board except during program vacations; group travel in the Mediterranean region; study abroad travel/accident and sickness insurance).

Financial aid: Students should refer to the Financial Aid website for information on financial aid eligibility. Students who receive Pell Grants as a portion of their financial aid package are also eligible to apply for a Gilman Scholarship (competitive). Information and applications are available at

Application deadline: March 1

Malta and the Mediterranean Images

Excited to learn more about the Malta and Mediterranean semester? Read a student's blog as she explores the history of the country and travels to other areas in the region.

Malta and the Mediterranean Program



Malta and the Mediterranean Images