Let culture, art, and history come alive as you study abroad with fellow classmates and professors.
By studying abroad, you will have the opportunity to see how some of the principles you are studying in the classroom—such as religious liberty, the dignity of human life, and freedom of the press—are shaping the world today.
See the ancient biblical sites and modern cosmopolitan centers of Israel, accompanied by King’s faculty. The ten-day trip is sponsored through generous funding from the Museum of the Bible and Passages Israel.Passages
The King’s College is proud to partner with the Galilea Fellowship and the Center for Hebraic Thought to offer students a three month (one semester) immersive semester in Israel. The Galilea Fellowship brings English-speaking, Christian young adults to Israel as teaching fellows for an organized program of community service, study, and touring.Galilea
Visit the churches, museums, and historical sites of Europe’s great cities, with discussions led by King’s faculty. A small cohort of King’s students join faculty for two- to six-week stays in cities like Paris, Berlin, or Florence.Study in Europe
Take a course in Peace and Reconciliation, exploring the culture, politics, and religious history of Northern Ireland. The two-week trip with Dr. Anthony Bradley partners with Stranmillis College of Queen’s University Belfast.Study in Belfast
Pursue an internship with an established artist or arts organization in London, Berlin, or Hong Kong.ArtBound Initiative
Since The King’s College is an affiliate member of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU), students can earn academic credit through the CCCU’s BestSemester programs to Australia, Latin America, Middle East, and Uganda.BestSemester
Spend a term studying at Oxford, enveloped in the mood, rhythm and history of the Oxford campus, under the sponsorship of Scholarship and Christianity in Oxford and the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.Study in Oxford
The European Journalism Institute offers a one-week training program in Prague each July for young journalists. It has included training on journalism from speakers from BusinessWeek, SkyNews, ARD and Getty Images. The program is offered by The Fund For American Studies and The Media Project (which is based at King’s and led by Prof. Paul Glader). The cost is very minimal ($200 or less for the training week), although students must cover the cost of their flight. Please see Prof. Glader if you are interested in applying and see more information below.Learn More
International summer study opportunities are available through The Fund for American Studies in Prague (July), Hong Kong (July), and Santiago (January). Visit TFAS to explore the options, deadlines, and requirements for each, then make an appointment with the Director of Academic Advising in order to discuss your academic plans and degree audit. King’s credit for academic work done in non-King’s study programs will not be granted if advance permission is not obtained.Learn More
The Fund for American Studies hosts the D.C.-based Academic Internship Programs for undergraduate students each summer in one of these tracks: Journalism and Communications; International Affairs; Public Policy & Economics; Business + Government Relations; Leadership + the American Presidency. TFAS programs include academic credit from George Mason University, internship placement and housing in the heart of the nation’s capital. Students participate in a variety of exclusive guest lectures, site briefings as well as professional development and networking events.Learn More
Preparing to Study Abroad
Meet with Academic Advising
Before applying to a program that has an optional or required academic credit, you must meet with the Director of Academic Advising to see if your participation in the program can serve as a substitute for any classes at The King’s College. Your request to transfer these credits must be approved before your study abroad opportunity begins.
Confirm Financial Aid
While institutional aid does not apply to study abroad programs, you may be eligible to receive federal financial aid if the program has been approved for credit by the Office of the Registrar. If you are considering a study abroad trip, you should consult with The Office of Financial Aid early in the process. You’ll need to meet all of the regular deposit deadlines indicated in program materials even if you are funding the trip with federal aid or a private education loan.
After determining which Study Abroad opportunity you are interested in, it is a good idea to talk to a student who has participated in that opportunity in the past. When you’re ready to move forward, follow the application procedures outlined for each particular trip above. Please note that there is a $500 administrative fee applied to semester-long study abroad programs through the CCCU.