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The department offers a number of study abroad programs. In order to be eligible for the French-in-France program in Grenoble, France, students must have completed first-year French or equivalent.This can be done during the academic year or in the intensive summer language program. Students then spend winter and spring abroad studying language, culture, and civilization in Grenoble in a joint program offered by Seattle University and the University of Grenoble.
The Latin American Studies Program, offered winter and spring quarters at the Universidad Ibero-Americana in Puebla, Mexico, requires at least one year of college-level Spanish prior to participation.
The Chinese language program currently offers a fall quarterstudy abroadprogram from early September to mid-December at Suzhou University in the city of Suzhou which is about an hour by train from Shanghai. The program requires one-year study of Chinese at Seattle University or equivalent.
Seattle University has established reciprocal exchange programs with international universities. Students of German from all colleges and schools of Seattle University may study at Karl-Franzens Universität in Graz, Austria. The Graz program requires intermediate proficiency [equivalent to two years of college-level German], because students integrate into Austrian university life. Some classes may be offered in English but most of the course work will be in German.
An exchange program with the comparative culture faculty at Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan, where course work in English allows direct enrollment with one year of previous Japanese language. An agreement with Taejon University in Taejon, Korea, allows students to study in the Korean language any of the regular university courses for which the student is qualified. By special arrangement studies in English are available. Students from any major may apply for these programs, which allow continued enrollment and financial aid benefits at Seattle University.
A reciprocal exchange between the University's Science and Engineering Project Center has also been established with Ecole Superieur de Technologie Electronique. See engineering advisers for information.
Seattle University is also affiliated with the Council for International Educational Exchange, a consortium of colleges and universities which sponsor a variety of academic programs around the world. Federal loans and federal grants can be continued through the Seattle University Financial Aid Office, but no university grants or scholarships are available for CIEE programs.
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