By Location

If you are considering participating in an international education program, please make an appointment with a global engagement mentor (GEM) to discuss potential programs that best fit your interests. The following international, semester, summer, and interterm programs have been approved to satisfy the institutional mission and academic standards of Azusa Pacific University.

In this Section:

Africa

South Africa
APU South Africa Semester

Australia

Australia Studies Centre (ASC)

Eastern Europe

Lithuania
LCC International University

Far East

China
China Studies Program

India
India Studies Program

Thailand
APU TESOL Summer Program: Thailand

Latin America

Costa Rica
Latin America Studies Program (LASP)

Dominican Republic
Spanish Studies Program: Dominican Republic

Middle East

Jordan (Morocco, Turkey, Israel/Palestine-conditions permitting)
Middle East Studies Program*

North America

Bass Lake, California
High Sierra Semester

Colorado Springs, Colorado
Focus on the Family Institute (summer only)

Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles Film Studies Center

Los Angeles Term

Mancelona, Michigan
AuSable Institute of Environmental Studies (summer only)

Nashville, Tennessee
Contemporary Music Center

Washington, DC
American Studies Program

Washington Journalism Center

Western Europe

Europe Summer Program – School of Business and Management

England
Azusa Oxford Semester

Oxford Summer Programme (OSP) – Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University

Additional Locations

Global Learning Term

*Travel offerings are subject to current world events.
** Please contact the center for more information.

Other International Programs

Students, who are considering other programs which are not sponsored or approved by Azusa Pacific University, should meet with the director of the Center for Global Learning and Engagement prior to applying and enrolling in the program. A leave of absence from APU may be required in order to participate in the program. Upon completion of the program, an official transcript should be sent to APU, subject to the same standards of evaluation as other transfers of credit.