The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures offers many opportunities for students to study abroad. Study Abroad for one semester or year. For more information, please
contact the Office of
International Programs at (973) 761-9072 or email@example.com.
- SHU-Japan Exchange Program
Seton Hall University and
Sophia University in Tokyo have exchanged
students for the past 20 years as part of our SHU agreement to broaden
and deepen the understanding between two countries. This four-week
session has been offered by Sophia University with an excellent academic
program to lead a greater understanding between Japanese and the people
of other nations. The exchange program that Sophia University offered
this summer introduces students to a broad range of issues in Japan and
Asia. Students are given the chance to meet Japanese people and learn
first-hand about their language, society, culture, religion, and
history. The program includes numerous file trips as well as the
academic program. All of the instructions/lectures are given in English.
more information, contact Dr. Shigeru Osuka, Fahy 211, (973) 275-2712
of by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty-Led Study Abroad Courses
- June-in-China with Dr. Dongdong Chen
China is the home of the oldest civilization and also the most rapidly
growing economy of the world. The June-in-China Program will take
students to Beijing, Xi'an, and Shanghai to see the old and the new
faces of China. Students will gain first-hand experiences using china as
their classroom. For more information, contact Dr. Dongdong Chen, Fahy
215B, (973) 761-9465, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
- Summer in Alicante, Spain with Dr. Daniel Zalacain
The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures offers a total immersion 6 credits Spanish language
and culture program at the Universidad de Alicante, one of Spain’s most
modern universities. The program provides a unique opportunity for a
short-term intensive study of Spanish language and culture, and at the
same time students enjoy this lively, beautiful, and vibrant
Mediterranean city on Spain’s famous and sunny Costa Blanca, near the
Spanish city of Valencia, site of one of Europe’s best beaches and home
of the exquisite national Spanish dish, paella, and the dessert turrón.
Classes meet every day (Monday to Friday) for three and a half
hours, and are taught by Prof. Daniel Zalacaín, from Seton Hall
University, and a distinguished faculty member from the Universidad de
Alicante. There are scheduled group visits to Madrid, Toledo, and
Barcelona. During weekends, students can take advantage of the daily
shuttle ferry connections between Alicante and the Balearic islands of
Majorca, Menorca, and Ibiza in the Mediterranean Sea, and of the easy
access by bus to Valencia, Granada, and Seville. Housing and meals are
included in the program fee. Students live in Spanish-speaking homes
with all meals taken at the place of residence. All students take public
transportation to the Universidad de Alicante. For more information contact Dr. Daniel Zalacain, Fahy Hall 255, (973) 761-9468 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org .
- Summer in Paris, France with Dr. Anne Mullen-Hohl
The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures offers a total immersion program of 6 credits of French
language and culture in Paris, including three credits at the Sorbonne,
France’s oldest and most prestigious university. The program provides a
unique opportunity for a short-term intensive study of French language
and culture, while offering students the opportunity to visit some of
Europe’s most famous cultural centers and historic monuments, including
the Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay (impressionist paintings), Notre Dame, the
Sacré Coeur, Montparnasse, the Eiffel Tower, and, only a short trip
from Paris, the palace and gardens of Versailles and Monet’s lily pond
and gardens at Giverny. Brittany, Normandy, Provence and the French
Riviera are all within reach via weekend excursions. Classes meet
every day (Monday through Friday) and are taught by Dr. Anne
Mullen-Hohl, from Seton Hall University, and by distinguished faculty
members from the Sorbonne. Students live in student residences at
the Cité Universitaire (strategically located on one of the Paris
metro’s main lines) and eat at its dining hall and café. All students take public transportation to their classes at the Sorbonne and
excursions in Paris.
This program is designed for students at all levels of French:
Elementary, Intermediate and Advanced. Students fly to Paris as a
group, departing from Newark International Airport. For more information contact Dr. Anne Mullen-Hohl, Fahy Hall rm. 229, (973) 761-9000 ext. 5853 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
- Summer in Rome, Italy with Dr. Gabriella Romani
The Seton Hall Summer Study Abroad Program in Rome offers students a unique opportunity to experience the life of Rome and to learn about the culture of Italy. The program runs for four weeks. Students will take two three-credit courses, one of which will be taught by the director of the program, Dr. Gabriella Romani. Classes are held in the morning and early afternoon at ITALIAIDEA, an Italian language school in the very heart of the city near Navona Square, from where students can easily walk to all main historical sites of the city. Courses are tailored for students to take advantage of the location and gain a true full-immersion experience in the language and culture of Italy. Students live individually with local Italian families. There will be guided tours of the city and visits to the main sites, such as the Colosseum, the Vatican Church and Museum, the Trevi Fountain, and the Galleria Borghese. In addition, there will be a weekend excursion to Venice or Siena. Students have one free weekend during which time they can explore other main historical and tourist locations, easily reachable by train from Rome (Florence, Capri, Pompei). For more information, contact Dr. Romani at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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