ULM logo

International Students

Study Abroad Programs

A Study Abroad Program provides you the opportunity to learn cultural experiences and academic knowledge. 

Mexico

 

The World Languages program in the of College of Arts, Education, and Sciences offers various study abroad opportunities available to all University students.  

French students are eligible for scholarships to help them study in Belgium, France, and Canada for a month in the summer.  Students may also apply to study for a semester or a year in France as part of the MICEFA program.

ULM also offers a two-week study abroad program in Montpelier, France.  Students study mornings and take excursions to nearby sights in the afternoon.  

The Spanish program takes students to Mexico and Costa Rica.  Students stay with families and study Spanish in Mérida and San José. When abroad they also have the opportunity to participate in numerous excursions including the Mayan ruins in Mexico and the rainforests in Costa Rica. 

 

costarica

 

Students who are accepted as participants in the ULM-Mexico study abroad program spend two and a half weeks in Merida, a city which has a population of close to one million people.  Before leaving for Mexico, the students attend several hours of orientation classes over a period of several months which are designed to prepare them for the experience.  The topics covered in the classes include various aspects of the history, customs, food, art, and architecture of the region.  The participants live with host families during their stay in Mexico, and they attend classes five days a week at the Centro de Idiomas del Sureste.  In addition to taking classes, students participate in several excursions in and around the city of Merida.  These include visits to museums, archaeological sites, and cultural events.   

 

 

The Catalyst is a 5-week summer study abroad program in which students study in four European capitals – London, Paris, Berlin, and Prague.  Students are given 6 days for free travel to their choice of locations.  Courses offered on The Catalyst are in Psychology, Art/Photography, Literature, History, and International Business.  ULM students receive 6 hours of transfer credit from The University of West Florida.  For more information, visit www.globalizedu.com or contact Dr. Joni Noble at noble@ulm.edu or 342-1383.

 

The Village is a fall semester in which students study in Montrichard, France, Paris, London and Barcelona.  Students are given 2 separate weeks of free travel time to their choice of locations.  Courses offered on The Village are in various disciplines including French I, II, III, and IV, Spanish, Literature, Art History, Travel Photography, Travel Writing, Literature, Psychology, History, Intercultural Communications, and optional online coursework.  ULM students can receive up to 18 hours of transfer credit from The University of West Florida.  For more information, visit www.globalizedu.com or contact Dr. Joni Noble at noble@ulm.edu or 342-1383. 

 

study abroad

 

The British Studies Program is a 4-week summer program in which students study in London and Edinburgh, Scotland.  Students are given 5 days of free travel time to their choice of locations.  Courses are offered in a variety of disciplines including, Photography, Psychology, History, Business, Sports Management, and Library Science.  ULM students can receive 6 hours of transfer credit from Southern Mississippi University.  For more information, contact Dr. Joni Noble at noble@ulm.edu or 342-1383.

 

The Catalyst Spring is a spring semester study abroad program in which students study in London, Paris, Berlin, Barcelona and Montrichard, France.  Students are given 2 separate weeks of free travel time to their choice of locations.  Courses offered on The Catalyst Spring program are in various disciplines including French I, II, III, and IV, Spanish, Literature, Art History, Travel Photography, Travel Writing, Literature, Psychology, History, Intercultural Communications, and optional online coursework.  ULM students can receive up to 18 hours of transfer credit from The University of West Florida.  For more information, visit www.globalizedu.com or contact Dr. Joni Noble at noble@ulm.edu or  342-1383.

 

 

In addition, the US Department of State offers scholarships for study abroad opportunities ranging from a summer to a full academic year through the Boren Scholarships.  Visit this website to determine your eligibility and see more details.  https://borenawards.org/eligibility/eligibility

 

 


©