» Summer Travel Courses

Summer 2019 Travel Courses are now open! The deadline to submit the Enrollment and Financial Obligation Form, non-refundable deposit receipt, and copy of valid passport (for international programs) to the Center for Global Education (576 N. Glassell) is before 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 26, 2019. Some Travel Courses have an earlier deadline:

  • FSN 319/519: Exploring the Original Mediterranean Diet now closes 4 p.m. Tuesday, February 26
  • COM 329: Food Culture and Roots of Modern Innovation closes 4 p.m. Friday, February 22

Apply soon, as spots may fill before the deadline. View the application steps for Travel Courses. 

For more information about Travel Courses, attend one of our Travel Course First Steps sessions offered several times a week.


Chapman students participating in the Cambodia travel course

The final cost of the Travel Course will be determined by the number of participants enrolled. The cost range does not include Chapman University tuition costs. The most current summer tuition costs can be found through Student Business Services.

There is a one-time tuition waiver (up to 4 credits) for a travel course taken through Chapman University. Download the tuition waiver.

Undergraduate Chapman students who identify as First Generation can apply to receive assistance for travel costs for study abroad. Go to Chapman's Promising Futures page and click on the "Promising Futures Funding Assistance" link. Also view other scholarship opportunities for short-term programs.  

Summer 2019 Travel Courses

City/Country Dates Course Section Faculty Contact Cost Range Status
Germany & Italy 7/3/19- 7/22/19 ART 389: International Contemporary Artistic Practices Micol Hebron, Michael Dopp $4,606-$5,066 Open
Israel 6/9/19- 6/20/19 BUS 303: Israel: Business Innovation and Culture Mario Leone, Marshall Toplanksy $5,141-$5,655 Open
Denmark, Finland, Sweden 5/26/19- 6/7/19 BUS 687: Business in Scandinavia Niklas Myhr, Clas Wihlborg $3,803-$4,183 Open
Taipei, Taiwan 6/9/19- 6/29/19  CHIN 101A, 102A, 201A, 301A, 399A: Chinese, Culture and Society Tina I-Ting Chao $2,903-$3,193 Open
Japan 5/26/19- 6/7/19 COM 329: Food Culture and Roots of Modern Innovation Eriko Maeda, Lisa Sparks $4,106-$4,516 Open
Israel 7/13/19- 7/23/19 DANC 351: Contemporary Dance in Israel Julianne O'Brien, Ido Tadmor $4,193-$4,613 Open
Belfast, Northern Ireland 6/2/19- 6/9/19 ENG 447: The Real Westeros: Game of Thrones & Northern Ireland Justine Van Meter $2,330-$2,563 Open
Nice, France 6/9/19- 6/29/19 FREN 101, 102, 201, 345 & 399: French in Nice John Boitano $2,924-$3,217 Open
Greece 5/21/19- 5/31/19 FSN 319/519: Crete and Athens: Exploring the Original Mediterranean Diet Anuradha Prakash $3,580-$3938 Open
London, UK 7/8/19 - 7/28/19 GD 308: Sustainable Design Eric Chimenti $4,565-$5,022 Open
Sicily, Italy 6/23/19- 7/14/19

ITAL 101A, 102A, 201A, 301A, 399A: A Journey to Sicily-Immersion in Taormina

Federico Pacchioni $4,297-$4,727 Open
Strasbourg, France 6/2/19- 6/13/19

LEAD 410: The Leader as Global Citizen

Mark Maier $3,090-$3,399 Open
Oxford, UK 6/24/19– 7/5/19

LEAD 510: Leadership International Context

Chris Hutchison, Justin Koppelman $2,934-$3,227 Open
Barcelona, Spain 6/23/19- 7/14/19

SPAN 101A, 102A, 201A, 343A, 399A: Spanish Language and Culture

Cristina Fuentes, Ian Romain $4,498-$4,948 Open