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Study Abroad Programs

Study Away

University Approved Programs

Modern Language Programs

UD's Modern Language Program offers several attractive study abroad options in a variety of countries with a range of courses in language, literature, history, and art history. Each program features intensive classroom instruction and the incomparable experience of real-life language practice and cultural immersion. Students may take courses in language skills or pursue advanced coursework toward a Concentration or Major. 

Science Programs

UD's Science departments offer several attractive study abroad and away options in a variety of countries with a range of course and internship options. 

Third Party Programs

These are programs with which UD does not necessarily have a formal partnership. Students apply directly to and directly pay the program and arrange for transfer credit per the standard UD Transfer Credit Acceptance Policy. For more information visit this site.  

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Donors Endow Philosophy Scholarship in St. John Henry Newman’s Name

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Former Teacher, MFA Alumna Explores Memory, Pursues Art Full Time

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