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LEARNING IN THE GLOBAL CLASSROOM

Trinity is expanding the horizons of its students. This year the College is offering three additional study abroad programs. Not only do students have the opportunity to study in Spain, they can now spend an enlightening semester in Ecuador, Nicaragua, or Korea. The focuses of these study abroad programs range from business to the Spanish language.



Semester in Ecuador

. Education in the history, politics, and culture of Ecuador
. Opportunity for field experience placement
. Optional Spanish course at a local Spanish institute
. Homestay experience-living with and becoming part of a family in Ecuador
. Visit Trinity's Semester in Ecuador homepage

Semester in Nicaragua

. Opportunity to work with the Nehemiah Center
. Offers courses in communications and media
. Homestay experience
. Visit Trinity's Semester Nicaragua homepage

Semester in Korea

. Live on campus of Taeshin Christian University in Daegu, Korea's third largest city
. Courses in the culture and language of South Korea
. Field experience placement in an education, business, or church setting
. Visit Trinity's Semester in Korea homepage

Semester in Spain

Over its 30 years, the long-established Semester in Spain program has attracted more than 3,000 students from 250 participating colleges. Trinity's Semester in Spain program saw a record high enrollment this fall. The focus of this study abroad experience is immersion in the Spanish language and culture in Seville, Spain. Visit Trinity's Semester in Spain homepage.

Caitlin McCarthy '09 of Byron Center, Michigan, attended the Semester in Spain program in Spring '07.

"I was nervous about going over there without having previously taken any Spanish classes," said McCarthy. "My professor, Salva, was patient with our class of beginners. I was amazed that I learned Spanish by being taught in Spanish and was astounded by how much I knew by the end of the semester."

Andrea Dieleman '08 of Grand Rapids, Michigan, also enjoyed Trinity's Semester in Spain last spring.

"Everything about my semester abroad was incredible; the culture, the classes, and our homestays. I wish I could go back," said Dieleman.

Trinity hopes many more students will benefit from these opportunities to explore God's world and enjoy experiential learning in these global classrooms.

 

 


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