Study Abroad Options
Where in the World…
What better way to train for global leadership than to live and learn in another country?
As a student studying abroad, you will meet new people, serve God and travel across the globe—all while earning college credits.
Spend a semester or a year overseas, and learn more about yourself, your world and your future.
You can live and learn in variety of countries. Each organization is carefully selected, allowing you to extend your Clarks Summit University experience across the world.
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Gain experience with European culture and history while interacting with Christian students, faculty and staff. Travel and learn through the Ambex program, and earn 15 fully accredited and transferable credits toward your degree.
Athens-based Greek Bible College offers an excellent biblical education, practical ministry experience and character formation against the backdrop of many historical locations.
The Israel Bible Extension program, offered through The Master’s College, provides a quality higher education in the land of the Bible.
The Arriba! program is an internship opportunity based in Peru. Lasting 11 months, Arriba! gives students the chance to work alongside veteran church planters and other ministry professionals in the field.
Study culture and everyday life in Amman, Jordan, through the CCCU GlobalEd program.
Study at Scholarship and Christianity in Oxford with access to the Bodleian library through CCCU GlobalEd.
Learn professional leadership and service through the American Studies Program in Washington, D.C.
Get real-world music industry experience at The Contemporary Music Center in Nashville, Tennessee through CCCU GlobalEd.
Greek Bible Institute
It was an incredible experience. I wanted to study the Bible for at least one year and get out of my comfort zone, which God certainly did for me. How many people get to say that they visited Corinth as part of their classwork? It was such a privilege to be able to study the Bible in a place where some of it happened.”
Classroom and Hands-on Learning
Students in all majors and fields of study benefit from the vision and perspective gained from a different culture. As a full-time student, you will earn mostly general education credits, including courses in Bible, history, fine arts and literature.
You will be exposed to cultures in need of Christ. Part of your experience will include opportunities to work with ministry professionals in service and outreach. You may assist in a variety of areas including:
- Street ministry
- Community development
Quick Facts about CSU’s Study Abroad Program
- Space is limited. Plan early.
- Most programs are very affordable.
- State and federal student financial aid options are still available.
- It is best to study abroad early in your college career, as most courses are general education credits.
- Field trips allow you to explore other areas.
- Learn about the historical, spiritual and archeological significance of your country.