Study Abroad

Faculty-Led Travel Study Programs

Faculty-led programs are short-term international opportunities developed and led by UW-Whitewater faculty and staff. Programs are often experiential, incorporating active learning such as volunteer opportunities, tours, site visits, workshops, and research projects. These courses range from 2-4 credits—the academic focus and location changes from the academic year.

Current and Upcoming Programs

Fall 2024

                  SPANISH 491, PUBHEALTH 491, OR SOCWORK 491/691; Costa Rica: Health and Aging

Spring 2025

                  MANGEMNT 491A/691A; UK: Cross-Atlantic Charity Guest

                  COMM 491: Ireland/N. Ireland: Cross Cultural Communications

  • Faculty-led programs consist of on-campus class meetings during the academic year, followed by a travel component of 1-4 weeks in length during a term break (e.g., winter break, spring break, or summer).
  • Faculty-led programs are ideal for students looking for a well-supported, group-based, short-term international experience.
  • Faculty-led program offerings vary from year to year, so be sure to check this page, as well as our program search, for an up-to-date list of upcoming programs
  • For additional information about faculty-led programs, students can email or schedule an appointment with Han Ngo, Global Experiences Coordinator.
  • If you are a faculty member interested in proposing a new program, please visit our Faculty and Staff Resources page.

McCutchan Hall
239 Prince Street
Whitewater, WI 53190

Study Abroad
McCutchan Hall
Room 204
(262) 472-5759

International Student Support
McCutchan Hall
Room 220
(262) 472-4992