Studying abroad during the Winter, Summer or Spring Break sessions is an excellent introduction to life in another country and also serves as an alternative to those who do not have the flexibility to participate in semeter study abroad programs.
Every year the roster of short-term faculty-led study abroad programs may change and are announced over the summer and fall of the academic year.
PANAMA (4 Credits) - Marine Biology Department - Open to All Majors - Dates & Program Fee TBD
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (6 Credits) - History & Communications Departments - Open to All Majors - Dates & Program Fee TBD
LONDON (3 Credits) - Accounting Department - Dates & Program Fee TBD
MUNICH, GERMANY (1 Credit) – Language Department – Open to All Majors – Dates & Program Fee TBD
PARIS (6 Credits) - History & American Studies Depatments - Open to All Majors - Dates & Program Fee TBD
PERUGIA, ITALY (6 Credits) - Language & Accounting Departments - Open to All Majors - Dates & Program Fee TBD
BELGIUM, GERMANY, FRANCE (3 Credits) - FCAS - Open to All Majors - Dates & Program Fee TBD
IRELAND (6 Credits) - Communications & Political Science Departments - Open to All Majors - Dates & Program Fee TBD
Please check with the Spiegel Center or this website for the updated roster.
Roger Williams University reserves the right to cancel Faculty-led programs offered during the academic year for insufficient enrollment or for any other reason. Should it prove necessary to do so the school will notify all registrants.
Students applying to RWU-sponsored short term study abroad programs are eligible to apply for the Bridging the World and Global Engagement Scholarships.
The Bridging the World Scholarship has 2 criteria for which scholarships can be awarded:
The Global Engagement Scholarship is a need based scholarship only based on an the applicant's FAFSA score.
Students can obtain a scholarship fact sheet and application at the Spiegel Center for Global and International Programs.
Deadlines for Scholarship applications:
All scholarship applications should be submitted in hard copy to the Spiegel Center