Semester-Long Programs

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Irish-American Scholars Program, Northern Ireland:

Current sophomores and juniors may apply to the prestigious Irish-American Scholars Program in Northern Ireland. (Juniors can only apply for the fall semester.) Students will be placed at one of five participating schools: Queen’s University Belfast, Ulster University, St. Mary’s University College, Stranmillis University College, Belfast Metropolitan College tuition free. These schools generally determine acceptance by space availability and by a student’s GPA (minimum cumulative of 3.2 out of 4.0). Applying for the fall is recommended with often having fewer opportunities to place students during the spring semester. Students will need a Visa for this program.

This program is sponsored by the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities, the United Methodist Church-Related Colleges and Universities, and the University of St. Thomas Houston (Catholic Colleges and Universities).

Akita International University (AIU), Akita, Japan:

Known for its natural beauty and resources, Akita is home to one of the top universities in Japan, Akita International University (AIU). While at AIU, students can take advantage of nearby ski areas, scenic hiking opportunities, and the coastline of the Sea of Japan. All courses, except foreign languages, are taught in English. Students must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5. A Visa is required for this program.


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University of Stirling, Scotland:

The University of Stirling is recognized as an outstanding institution with a vibrant international student population. Located an easy train ride to the major cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow, the campus was built within the walled Airthrey Castle estate. Students live on campus and can partake in the full life of the campus, including several sports and clubs, including American Football. Students must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. As long as the program is six months or less, students do not need a Visa.

American College in Thessaloniki, Greece (ACT):

Through an affiliation with American College in Thessaloniki, Greece, Monmouth College offers an opportunity for students to explore Greek history and culture while taking a wide range of courses, which are all taught in English, except for classes in modern Greek. ACT offers a vibrant student life with regular field trips around Greece, and activities such as lacrosse, sailing, tennis, and canyoning. Students must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5. A Visa is required for this program.

Scholarship opportunities at ACT

International Student Exchange Program (ISEP)

Monmouth College partners with ISEP, a non-profit organization with a mission to make the transformative experience of studying, interning, and volunteering abroad accessible and affordable to everyone. ISEP offers an impressive array of programs in more than 50 countries. To learn more, please go here.