Central College supports off-campus programs around the world as part of its commitment to global experiential learning. Students are actively encouraged to develop global competencies allowing them to understand, live and work in culturally diverse environments. International education challenges students to understand empathetically, live cooperatively and act responsibly in a changing and intricately connected world.
Each major allows space for students to study off campus for at least one semester earning credits toward a major, minor, or core curriculum requirements. Most locations offer various study tracks and can accommodate students at multiple levels of language and proficiency.
For additional information visit the Center for Global Experiential Learning (www.central.edu/study-abroad).