• Study Abroad

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    International & Off-Campus Programs
    MS-C1927
    Hamline University
    1536 Hewitt Ave
    Saint Paul, MN 55104

    iocp@hamline.edu

    P:651-523-2245
    F:651-523-2497

  • Faculty and Staff

    Faculty and Staff Resources

    SHORT-TERM COURSE PROPOSAL (for faculty)

    Full-Time Faculty members who wish to propose a short term course must complete the online proposal.  The online proposal form for Undergraduate J-Term and May Term Courses for 2015 and for 2014-2015 Graduate Seminars are currently available.  All proposals must be submitted by November 1st, 2013.

    Any faculty member who would like to propose a course and would like to have a one-on-one tutorial on the new online process and the new study abroad software is encouraged to contact Christine Diaz-Higgins in the IOCP Office.  She is happy to work with faculty members individually to complete the online proposal process.

    HAMLINE IN YORK PROGRAMME PROPOSAL (for faculty)

    Full-time undergraduate faculty members may submit a proposal through our online application to teach a course to Hamline students at the University of York, England and act as the Resident Director on Hamline's University of York Programme.  Proposals for Fall 2014, Spring 2015, or the 2014-2015 Academic Year are currently available on the website.  Proposals for the Hamline in York Resident Director position for 2014-2015 must be submitted by August 1, 2013.

    STUDY ABROAD COLLEAGUE APPLICATION (for staff)

    As part of the university’s expanding global and cross-cultural education initiatives, Hamline University articulated a commitment to send a staff member on short-term off-campus programs.  This is done both in support of the faculty leader and to further the internationalization of our campus community.  This is a unique professional development opportunity for members of the Hamline University staff community to become meaningfully involved in many of our global opportunities.  Every year Hamline University offers a number of short-term courses, including J-Term and May Term courses and Graduate International Seminars.  

    The Hamline University International & Off-Campus Programs Office is seeking applicants from administrators and staff who would like to be considered as a Short- term Study Abroad Colleague for a short term international course.  Study Abroad Colleagues will be selected by the International & Off-Campus Programs Staff in consultation with the faculty member leading the course.  For more information on applying to be a Study Abroad Colleague, please see our Study Abroad Colleague Application Information.