Want to earn credit at Winona State University while traveling the world? Need a study abroad program that fits into your schedule? Consider a faculty-led program!
Faculty-led programs are short-term, group-based study abroad programs.
Some quick facts about faculty-led programs at WSU:
- span 8 – 22 days over spring, summer, or winter breaks
- satisfy a WSU course or courses, usually a Goal Area or a major or minor requirement
- include other WSU students
- are led by WSU faculty (obviously!)
Average Yearly Participants
Learn about WSU’s faculty-led programs that are currently accepting applications and how you can fund your trip.
You can also narrow your search by checking out which programs are available for each College, fulfill a particular Goal Area, and are open to all majors.
Check out our interactive topics below, explore your options, and start planning your academic adventure now!
You’ll notice the following symbols on faculty-led program graphics. Here’s a quick explanation of what those symbols mean:
This indicates a winter break program.
This indicates a spring break program.
This indicates a summer program.
This indicates a program that fulfills a Goal Area for graduation requirements.