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Why walk to class when you could take a jet? Connect with people who think and live in different ways through Calvin's off-campus programs and other global opportunities.
Semester programs: Study development work in Honduras or business in China. This is the just beginning of Calvin's 12 semester-long offerings.
Interim trips: Spend three weeks in one of more than 30 locations around the world each January. In 2013, off-campus interim courses included "Business and Engineering in China," "Sustainability in New Zealand," "Improving Rural Health in India" and "History of Science, Medicine and Religion in London."
Cross-cultural learning is woven throughout all of Calvin's 100+ academic programs. Several programs provide direct pathways to other cultures.
Get hands-on experience in your field in exciting locations around the world. Many academic programs have strong connections to international companies and organizations—ask your professors about specific opportunities that you might take advantage of. These programs regularly have students find internships abroad.
In the classrom: Be a part of exciting research and development work that faculty and students are doing in countries around the world:
With faculty: Join faculty in their research and explore cultures from a scholarly point of view. Recent faculty-student research partnerships include: