The W offers at least one study abroad program each year directed by The W faculty and sponsored by the university. These programs have been held in England, Scotland, Ireland, Spain, Mexico, Peru, and Belgium.
Primarily offered in the summer, sponsored programs are different each year. For further information on current programs offered by The W, contact the Coordinator of Study Abroad.
An exchange program is when a student spends a semester or academic year at one of MUW’s partner institutions. Students are able to enroll in a partner institution and pay MUW tuition. While abroad, students remain enrolled in MUW under the course UN 390. This course allows them to enroll in 6-18 credit hours per semester at the partner institution. Students do not pay tuition at the partner institution but are responsible for funding their travel, housing, required documentation, etc. Currently, MUW has two partner universities: Aichi Shukutoku University in Nagoya, Japan and the University of Alicante, in Alicante, Spain. See below for more information.
The W is affiliated with a wide variety of study abroad programs. Through these programs, W students have the opportunity to study across the globe in summer, semester, or year-long programs. Take some time to explore the links below to learn more about the programs.