Study Abroad Opportunities

W’International
Wingate University has offered a unique international study-tour program called W'International since 1978.  After attending a one-hour seminar once a week during the regular semester, students travel for 10 days to their chosen destination with the faculty member after classes end. 
 
All eligible juniors have one opportunity to participate in the W'International program at minimal expense. Most of the trips cost $900. The surcharge for each seminar includes roundtrip airfare, hotel accommodations, group ground transportation (coaching service, etc.), entrances and events that are part of the seminar, and breakfasts.
 
 
Semester/Year Long Programs
Wingate partners with a multitude of study abroad organization to give access to variety of programs. In order of you to receive credits for these programs, they must be approved by Wingate. Here are some examples of programs:
Danish Institute for Study Abroad
Wingate University has a partner relationship with the Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS) in Copenhagen, Denmark to allow select students to study for a semester or summer in Copenhagen.
Hong Kong Baptist University
Wingate University has a direct enrollment agreement with Hong Kong Baptist University which enables several students a year to study in Hong Kong.
Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)
Through our affiliation with CIEE, Wingate students have access to study destinations on nearly every continent of the world.  CIEE operates study centers in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and Latin America, giving students plenty of options for different majors and interests.
Australearn
Studying abroad in Australia, New Zealand, or Fiji will be an educational adventure you won’t soon forget. You will also find that these welcoming English-speaking destinations allow you to easily immerse yourself without the complication of a language barrier.


Faculty-Led Programs
These programs are traditionally two to three weeks long. The format here is the same as a W’International class. After taking a class on a specific subject, students, led by their faculty, get the opportunity to go abroad. The trip is attached to the class and is a requirement to get a final grade and to receive course credits.  Examples: Costa Rica Immersion Program; English Literature in England and Ireland
 
 



Summer Programs and Internships
The summer programs are traditionally three to six weeks long. Students choose these programs because they offer the perfect length of time for people that are worried about being abroad too long, but yet want to stay abroad long enough to be fully immersed in the culture and to learn as much as they can. Many internships are also in the summer and provide a great work experience that will look great on your resume.