Study Abroad Programs | Capital University


Study Abroad Programs

  • Exchange Programs

    Study abroad at Capital University.
    We have exchange programs with several foreign universities, for example:
    The Carl Maria von Weber Hochschule Fur Musik in Dresden, Germany (music)**
    Mälardalen University in Västerås, Sweden (nursing)*

    *No foreign language requirement.
    **German language requirement.

    Other Programs

    At Capital University you have flexibility in selecting a program. We manage these overseas study options:
    Music in Hungary Program for honor's music students*
    Music exchange program in Dresden, Germany **
    Nursing exchange programs*
    Selected short study programs led by faculty members (varies each year)

    *No foreign language requirement.
    **German language requirement.

    Many of our students have participated in programs sponsored by:

    • AIFS (American Institute for Foreign Studies)
    • Arcadia University – Center for Education Abroad
    • Athena Study Abroad
    • CCA (Central College Abroad)
    • CCIS (College Consortium for International Studies)
    • Institute for Study Abroad through Butler University
    • IRSS (Intercontinental Recruitment and Support Services)
    • ISA (International Studies Abroad) (known for strong Spanish Language programs)
    • KEI (Knowledge Exchange Institute) (offers internships)

    Capital University students have several opportunities for study-abroad programs.
    Can’t spare much time but still want the study abroad experience? Each year, our faculty members lead students on short overseas programs related to various areas of study. Recent professor lead oversea programs for our students were to the Bahamas, Canada, Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, Germany, Greece, Italy and Turkey. To learn what short programs are available this year, contact the specific academic department.

    You may also apply for direct enrollment at a foreign institution or for other selected programs. Contact the Study Abroad Department for more information. The program must:

    • meet the academic and cultural objectives outlined in your Overseas Study Goal Statement Worksheet
    • offer support at the program site to handle problems
    • have a strong safety record
    • meet accreditation standards so you can earn university-level credit   

    Other Resources

    IIEE Passport

  • Study Abroad Provider Fair Registration>

    Thank you for your interest in registering for Capital University’s Study Abroad Fair on Monday, October 3, 2016 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    Capital University has an “open fair policy” where we permit universities and study abroad program providers to promote accredited study abroad opportunities in locations which do not have a U.S. State Department Travel warning. An accredited program provides transcripts from an accredited U.S. university or an overseas university accredited by the home country Ministry of Education, or like body for university level education. 

    Registration for the Fair is now closed. For questions please contact Jennifer Adams or call 614-236-6170. Thank you again for your help in promoting global study!