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Creation Care Institute

Creation Care Institute
The Creation Care Study program is a high-caliber academic semester abroad connecting Christian faith with the most complex, urgent global issues of the coming decades in environmental biology.

Two programs are offered during both fall and spring semesters: one in Belize, Central America and one in the South Pacific (New Zealand and Samoa).

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DBS - Dublin Business School and School of Humanities

Ireland: Dublin Business School and School of Arts
DBS is one of Ireland's leading independent colleges and provides undergraduate, graduate and professional education. The college enjoys close links with the world of business and commerce. The campus consists of several large buildings located close together in the center of Dublin. They offer a wide range of subjects.

Students live with an Irish host family and are provided with two meals per day. Public transportation is available for the commute from the home of the host family to the campus.

Cedarville students study alongside Irish students. All Cedarville students are required to take a special course covering Irish politics, history, literature and culture. In addition to the course offerings, academic internships are available.

Students live with an Irish host family and are provided with two meals per day. Public transportation is available for the commute from the home of the host family to the campus.

For more information about DBS visit or dbs study abroad programs.

Join students and a Cedarville faculty member for Cedarville's first semester program in Washington, D.C., a life-changing and energizing time of learning, development, and service.

Experience everything Washington, D.C., has to offer as you gain an insider's perspective on American politics and government. You'll develop practical skills through hands-on involvement in your chosen field. With coursework and internship opportunities designed to benefit students of all majors, a semester in Washington, D.C., offers all the advantages of Cedarville's Christ-centered education and community.

Participate in an experience that few Christian schools currently offer. To coincide with its goal to impact the world for Christ, Cedarville provides this unique opportunity in partnership with its Center for Political Studies. Established in 2004, the Center seeks to articulate a biblical view of government through the study of politics, law, history, and public policy and to engage and influence American political culture.

Interact with professionals in an environment that will help equip you for all your career endeavors. You'll be mentored by a Cedarville alumnus in the D.C. area who shares your interests and goals. And you'll leave with new friendships and network capabilities with others in your field.

Focus Leadership Institute

The Institute for Family Studies (Colorado Springs, Colorado) offers a semester-long program In Colorado Springs. Accept the challenges to your heart, mind and soul! Come take an up-close look at Christian leadership as it pertains to the family, church and society by understanding the Christian Worldview. Is God calling you to be one of His leaders in restoring the family, reviving the church and transforming society? If so, the Focus on the Family Institute would like to invite you on a fun and enriching adventure!

For more information visit their website at


Global Partnership

The Pennsylvania Center for International Exchange and Partnership was created to promote global understanding and international relations between the United States and nations around the world. They have locations in India, South Africa, Greece, Dubai, and Beijing.

IBEX - Israel Bible Extension

Israel Bible Extension of The Master's College (IBEX)
The Master's College extension program in Israel. It is a 15-week semester which provides an opportunity for students who wish to enhance their knowledge of the geographical, historical, archaeological, and cultural understanding of the land of Israel, both ancient and modern.

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IBI - International Business Institute (summer only)

This program is designed to give students in economics, business management and related areas a distinctive opportunity for a term of study that incorporates the international dimension of these fields in an experiential context overseas. The program is ten weeks in length and includes several periods of significant residence in key locations as well as coordinated visits and presentation in the major political and economic centers of Europe and Asia.


This is a rigorous academic program and students are expected to have completed a full year of principles of economics, and a semester of accounting or finance. In addition, one course in management and marketing is required. A minimum GPA of 2.75 is required at the time of participation. A positive recommendation from the faculty and the appropriate student affairs office is required along with an official transcript.

Course Credits

Students receive credits for the following Cedarville courses.

ECON 3350 Comparative Economic Systems
ECON 3360 International Trade & Economics
MRKT 4620 International Marketing
MGMT 3570 International Management

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JUC - Jerusalem University College

Founded in 1957 as a graduate institution, the school now provides both graduate and undergraduate students the opportunity to study the Christian Scriptures in the context of the land where the events occurred as well as the languages, social and political culture, religions and historical relationships of the Middle East.

You must check with financial aid to see if any of your financial aid can be used toward this program.

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LCC International University - Lithuania International University

Complete 15 to 17 semester hours, travel throughout Lithuania, spend a week in Russia, and live with other European students. Programs offered in Business Administration, English Language and Literature, Psychology, Theology and TESOL. Summer programs are also available. Visit the official LCC International University website for more details. Be a risk taker.

OSAP - Oxford Study Abroad Program

Oxford Study Abroad Program (OSAP)
Accepted Cedarville students become affiliated members of the junior common rooms of their Oxford colleges. They live in double room housing with one or more British or other non-American student residents and may take most of their meals in their Oxford college dining hall at a low cost.

Students study for 12-13 weeks in tutorials taught by tutors of Oxford Colleges. Each tutorial has one tutor and usually one student.

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RSP - Romani Studies Program

Romanian Studies Program (RSP)
The heart of the Romani Studies Program is learning to serve in a cross-cultural context and reflecting on that service. A wide range of opportunities exists for Social Work majors to complete their Senior Field Experience I & II (14 credits) during a semester. Students can choose to work with disadvantaged children, the elderly, the disabled, or in community development.

For more detailed information visit Romani Studies

Semester in Spain

Would you like to study abroad for a semester in Spain while keeping a Christian college focus? If so, the Cedarville University study abroad in Spain program is for you.

Here is what you can expect when spending a semester in Spain with Cedarville’s study abroad program:

  • Study abroad at the institute of Spanish studies in Valencia. Whether you're a student with little or no Spanish background, this is a great chance to improve language skills, take courses for the Spanish major, or complete the Spanish minor. There is also a chance to take advantage of a physical education course.
  • Experience the culture of everyday Spanish life as you live and interact with your host family and take opportunities to travel Europe on your own or in small groups.
  • Participate in cultural activities and trips to other cities in Spain.
  • Interact with Spanish students through special programs.

The cost for the program is the same as attending Cedarville for a semester. Airfare to Spain is additional. Opportunities for financial aid are the same as for residential students.

Oxford Study Centre

Oxford Study Centre partners with OSAP (see above) for tutorials. In addition students participate in weekly worldview colloquia during the term.

For more detailed information visit the Oxford Study Centre website.