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|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Summer||2018||03/01/2018 **||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
|Field of Study:||All Majors||Program Type:||Faculty-Led, Luxembourg|
|Study Abroad Advisor:||Jordan Land||Scholarship Information:||Please see Financing page on left of screen.|
Miami University Faculty-led Study Abroad
MUDEC-Luxembourg Intensive Summer Thematic Sequence Program
Offered by Miami Faculty
05/15/2017 – 07/01/2017
Open to and appropriate for all majors
The program is designed for students who want to complete their Thematic Sequence or their Global Perspective requirements in only 6-7 weeks. Two faculty-led study tours will complement in-class learning and students will have the opportunity to participate in local community outreach activities. The courses are designed for practically all majors.
The Miami University Dolibois European Center (MUDEC) is housed in a 15-th century castle situated in a beautiful park at the center of Differdange, Luxembourg's third largest city. Historic atmosphere with contemporary facilities including upgraded classrooms, student lounge, library, computer room, study rooms, kitchenette and laundry area. Because of MUDEC's central location, students are able to easily discover the great cultural, political, and economic centers of Europe.
Advantages of studying abroad through Miami's Luxembourg program:
ATH 253L - Metropolitan Europe: City, Society and Culture (3 credits)
CSE 262L - Technology, Ethics and Global Society (3 credits)
EDT 255L - Classrooms of the World: Comparing U.S. and European Schools (3 credits)
- During this intensive 6-7 week program, students will complete 9 credit hours, keeping them on track for graduation.
- Miami operates its own facility: a beautiful castle with historic features, plus the latest technology.
- Costs are reasonable since students pay Miami's public-school tuition and fees.
- Living with a host family allows students to be immersed into European cultures.
- The summer program includes two faculty-guided field study tours.
- Because the Center is considered Miami's "fourth campus", all grades and credits apply to Miami's graduation requirements, Miami students may complete a Miami Plan Thematic Sequence and 3 credit hours towards the Global Perspectives (MP Foundation III) requirement during the program, or complete the entire Global Perspectives requirement.
- Students from partner universities may transfer credits to their home institution.
- Opportunities for Honors and Scholars students. Students should consult the Honors or Scholars Program for more information.
Study Tours in Finland and Germany
|UNDERGRADUATE TUITION SUMMER 2016|
|Ohio Resident per credit hour||$546.01||Billed to Bursar account|
|Non-Resident per credit hour*||$906.53||Billed to Bursar account|
* This rate reflects a discounted tuition rate approved for non-Ohio residents participating in this study abroad/away program. This discount is considered a waiver. Per University policy, only one tuition waiver can be applied to an individual student per term, but the highest waiver rate will be automatically applied.
|ADMINISTRATIVE FEE||$175.00||Billed to Bursar account|
|Administrative Fee Refund Policy
The $125 administrative fee is non-refundable.
|Program fee includes housing, some meals, cultural activities.|
Program Fee Refund Policy
|Additional Anticipated Expenses||$4000||Out-of-pocket|
|Additional Anticipated Expenses include airfare, course texts, additional meals and spending money, GeoBlue insurance|
Fees are subject to change without notice.
All summer session courses and credit programs are enrollment contingent, and are subject to cancellation due to low enrollment.
Ready to apply?
1. A 2.5 GPA or above (on a scale of 4.0)
2. A good conduct record
3. Rising sophomores, juniors & seniors may apply.* Students from partner universities must be temporarily admitted to Miami as transient students.
4. An essay and one academic letter of recommendation (must be from a grad student or above)
*Seniors, juniors & students in lockstep majors may be given preference if the number of applicants exceeds the number of spots available.
Go to the top of the page, click Apply Now button, log-in with your Miami user name and password.
Application deadline: Priority deadline: 12/7/2016. Rolling admission until full after.
Miami Luxembourg Office
214 MacMillan Hall