Semester and Academic Year Programs
Angelo State University offers semester and academic year programs for students who want to study abroad for a longer duration than the summer programs allow. Current university partnerships include:
- France, University of Paris-Dauphine
- France, University of Valenciennes
- Germany, University of Hannover
- Italy, University of Verona
- the Netherlands, Hogeschool Rotterdam (Rotterdam University)
- Scotland, Heriot-Watt University
- South Korea, Chung-Ang University
- South Korea, Chungbuk National University
- South Korea, Dong-A University
- South Korea, Dongduk Women’s University
- South Korea, Dong-Eui University
- South Korea, Dongguk University
- South Korea, Ewha Womans University
- South Korea, Hanyang University
- South Korea, Kangwon National University
- South Korea, Sangmyung University
- South Korea, Sejong University
- South Korea, Sookmyung Women’s University
- South Korea, Soongsil University
- South Korea, The Catholic University
- South Korea, University of Ulsan
- South Korea, Wonkwang University
- South Korea, Yeungnam University
- South Korea, Yonsei Univerity
Students remain enrolled at ASU while studying abroad and can receive financial aid, including scholarships and federal assistance. Students accepted to any study abroad program may also receive an International Studies Scholarship, with the amount being determined each year.
All participating exchange programs offer a limited number of classes in English.
- Log on to RamPort.
- Select the “Student Services” tab.
- Choose “Rams-Logon.”
- Select “Study Abroad.”
Once you have received notification of acceptance, you will receive instruction regarding the scholarship application process.
Angelo State University has a working agreement with COINED an organization which provides placement in internship programs in the Spanish-speaking world. In most cases, students accepted into an internship program are expected to have a good command of the Spanish language. COINED also offers Spanish courses for students who want to enhance their Spanish language skills prior to beginning their internship programs. Students will have to check with ASU’s Department of Modern Languages whether Spanish language credit is granted for COINED’s language courses. If you are interested in pursuing an internship in the Spanish-speaking world, please contact Dr. Sharynn Tomlin (325-942-2083) in the Center for International Studies
For more information about the semester and/or academic year programs, contact Dr. Sharynn Tomlin at email@example.com.