Students wishing to study off campus have several options:
Students also have options with respect to the length of their off-campus studies. Students may study off campus for:
Regardless of the program type, location, or duration of study, students are subject to Luther off-campus program policies, as well as the policies of the specific programs to which they apply.
Please note that application deadlines vary; Luther's internal deadlines may be different than those listed in program materials or websites of various program providers. Students should consult with the Luther Center for Global Learning before applying to a program.
Semester and academic year programs offer a variety of instruction. On the Luther Nottingham academic year program, Luther Malta and the Mediterranean spring semester program, Luther Münster spring semester program, and Luther Coldigioco, Italy fall semester program, students are accompanied by a Luther faculty member and travel and study with other Luther students. Instruction is also provided by in-country faculty lecturers and/or through courses taught at the local university, depending on the program.
Students who participate in the LCCT/Lutheran College Consortium in Tanzania semester program, the LCCC/Lutheran Colleges China Consortium semester program, the JASIN-Japan Studies in Nagasaki semester program, or the Telemark University College and Volda University College semester programs in Norway study with other U.S. college students at local universities and may or may not be accompanied by a Luther college faculty director.
Perhaps one of the best places to start is to visit the Center for Global Learning. While in the Center, students can: