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Summer Programs

Spanish Language in Puebla, Mexico
The WSU Summer Program in Puebla provides an excellent opportunity for students, teachers and other interested individuals to study the Spanish language, to gain the invaluable experience of living in another country and to earn college credit toward a degree or teacher certification.

Italy Travel Seminar
Have you ever wanted to travel Europe? Spend two weeks in Italy during the summer. Students will learn about the culture and history in each city while visiting various place of interest in Italy. Limited enrollment. Participants accepted on a first come-first served basis.

Costa Rica Travel Seminar
Visit Costa Rica for 9 days. You will have the opportunity to learn about the culture and visit different sites. Limited enrollment. Participants accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. This program is through EF tours.

International Leadership in Lima, Peru
The Barton School of Business offers a 3 week summer program in Peru open to all majors for students who would like to gain international experience while learning about leadership. This program is offered in conjunction with the University of Lima as Peruvian students will also participate in some class discussions. Students will have free time to explore different places in Lima and other cities as well as planned cultural activities during the program.

Global Entrepreneurship Experience in France
The Barton School of Business offers an 6 week summer program in France for students interested in studying Entrepreneurship and International Business. Students will work on a project with a French company at the direction of faculty from WSU and Groupe ESC Pau, one of WSU’s exchange partner universities.

Study Abroad in Global Sport Industry: South Korea
“Anyoung haseyo,” Korea! WSU students will say “Hello” to Korea in Spring 2020 as the Department of Sport Management offers new faculty-led study abroad course (3 credit hours available for all majors), SMGT 550 Study Abroad in Global Sport Industry. Complementing the classroom work are cultural performances and visits to Korean sport/business organizations, events, museums, temples and historic sites, a trip to the DMZ, and other locations of great natural and cultural significance.

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