W’International: 1 class, 2 credits, 10 days abroad
Wingate University’s signature W’International Program gives eligible juniors the opportunity to study abroad. You go abroad for 10 days after either the fall or spring semester as part of a two-credit course developed by our faculty and the Office of International Programs.
- The W’International Program began in 1978. The program is heavily subsidized by the University to allow all Wingate students to have the opportunity to study abroad.
- With the W’International Program, you can study abroad for 10 days for about $2000 or less (depending on the program location).
- All W’International programs combine a semester-long course with a study abroad program. You must pass the course in order to study abroad. If you complete both portions (on-campus and study abroad), then you will receive 2 credits.
- W’International programs have traveled to South Korea, Brazil, Cuba, the United Kingdom, Costa Rica, Cambodia, and Egypt–just to name a few! The courses and locations are submitted by faculty each year for selection by a review committee.
- Students can sign up for the W’International program during the spring of their sophomore year, and join the program during their junior year (eligibility permitting).
W’International Eligibility Requirements
- A passing grade in the seminar prior to the study abroad portion
- Cumulative GPA of 2.3 by the beginning of the semester of participation
- Full-time enrollment status during the semester of participation
- Junior class standing (at least 57 credit hours earned)
- No outstanding debt or encumbrances to Wingate University at the time of participation (clear up those library fines and parking tickets!)
- Transfer students with junior class standing must have completed one semester as full-time Wingate University students
2018-2019 W’International Information
Have a question? Check out the W’International Campout and Sign-Up FAQs to find your answer! (For best results, please view on a desktop/laptop rather than on a mobile device.)
2018-2019 W’International Courses & Locations
For more information, please view the 2018-2019 W’International Brochure!
Italy | Mystics, Martyrs, and Mysteries: Exploring Roman Christianity (Dr. Christy Cobb)
Greece | A Study of Greece: Including Classic Art and Architecture, Mythology, Government, and Literary Contributions (Prof. Marilyn Hartness)
Denmark | Parks and Recreation: Exploring the Green Spaces of Denmark (Dr. Matthew Davis)
England | British Comedies and Crime Fiction on Stage and Screen (Dr. Allison Kellar)
Estonia | Politics, Cultures, and Identity in Modern Estonia (Dr. Joseph Ellis)
Ireland (1) | Heed the Cry of the Celts: Exploring the Landscape of Celtic Spirituality (Dr. Catherine Wright)
Ireland (2) | Fair Cities and Holy Ground: Ireland in Literature (Dr. Taura Napier)
Japan | Buddhism and Shinto in Kyoto: How to Be a Pilgrim without Being Religious (Dr. Edwin Bagley)