Malta and the Mediterranean

Program sponsor: Luther College; program based in Sliema

Program dates: Late January to early June

Enrollment: 10-12

Coursework includes Paideia 450: Ethical Issues in the Mediterranean, Maltese History and Culture, a travel course Experiencing Malta & the Mediterranean, additional classes taken at the University of Malta, and an optional Service Learning class.

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 $1,200 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 http://www.iie.org/gilman.

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