Study in a foreign country! You could be like Zack Rupp, who is studying this spring (2015) in Canterbury, England, through KCC's Study Abroad scholarship.
Read about Zack's experience on his blog Across the Blog.
Listen to Zack interviewed by WKCC's James Jones on this podcast.
Study literature, history, art, politics
The program gives you a better understanding of other cultures by offering you the opportunity to study literature, history, art, and politics in a foreign land.
Choose from short-term summer programs and semester-long programs in
- Salzburg, Austria
- San Jose, Costa Rica (summer only)
- Canterbury, England
- Dijon, France (summer only)
- Carlow, Ireland
- Seville, Spain
This opportunity is available through KCC's participation in the Illinois Consortium for International Studies and Programs. Check out the ICISP website for more information.
To apply, you must have
- completed at least 12 semester hours of college credit courses at KCC
- completed ENGL 1613 with at least a "B"
- a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.75.
Program application deadlines are April 15 for the following fall semester and Oct. 15 for the following spring semester. Summer term deadlines vary, depending on the program selected. Applications to study abroad are available from Susan LaMore at 815-802-8208 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
KCC-approved Study Abroad courses may be considered when determining enrollment status for assistance under the Title IV and HEA programs. Enrollment in these courses may be included when applying for financial aid assistance.
A Study Abroad Scholarship is available through the KCC Foundation. Consult the KCC Foundation Scholarship booklet that is available each year for more information, including application deadline dates. Scholarships awarded each spring would be available for use in the upcoming semesters of summer, fall or spring. To be eligible for a Study Abroad Foundation Scholarship, students must intend to earn an associate degree at KCC and have completed 24 semester hours of college credit courses by the time the student begins the semester abroad.