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Study Abroad

Where will your Cedarville education take you? As part of your academic experience, we encourage you to consider a study abroad semester, immersing yourself in another country as you live and learn. Open to students in any major, study abroad programs strengthen your language and cross-cultural skills, broaden your thinking, and deepen your commitment to Christian service.

Cedarville’s International Programs office will help you identify opportunities that fit your interests and goals, and then help you plan and implement your study abroad experience.

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Summer Programs

Each summer, International Programs offers general education courses in an international location, taught by Cedarville professors and open to all students.

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Semester in Spain

Spend a semester in Valencia, Spain, experiencing the culture as you study. Spend a semester in Valencia, Spain, experiencing the culture as you study. A Cedarville faculty member will accompany you in this experience, giving you the same excellence in teaching you’d experience on campus.

D.C. Semester

Each fall semester, the Department of History and Government offers a unique opportunity to study in Washington, D.C. With a Cedarville professor who accompanies the trip, you’ll study the biblical understanding of citizenship, the role of government, and the process of policy making in a democratic society. 

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Social Work Programs

Social work majors can choose to study abroad for a semester during their junior or senior year, working under a licensed social worker and receiving course credit as well as field experience credit. Choose from India, Romania, or Uganda.

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Cooperating Programs

Cedarville has consortium agreements with several organizations that offer study abroad programs in a variety of countries.