In a w‌orld that is becoming increasingly interdependent, study abroad represents a significant means by which students may better prepare themselves to face challenges of the future.

56 percent of Muhlenberg graduates from the Class of 2019 studied abroad. Between 250 and 300 students study abroad each year.

Muhlenberg College encourages students in all science, social science, arts and humanities majors to study overseas at quality institutions in Europe, Australia, Asia, Latin America and Africa. Muhlenberg supports four discipline-specific study abroad opportunities: The London Theatre Program at Goldsmiths College, University of London, and the program for Accounting, Business and Economics majors at the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands are offered during the fall semester. A program for Media & Communication and Film Studies majors in Dublin, Ireland, and a Dance program in Arezzo, Italy, are both offered during the spring semester. In addition, Muhlenberg has established exchange opportunities in Europe and in Japan.

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Explore the World

Students from every discipline can find an experience perfectly suited to scholarly and career interests through more than 100 off-campus study options.


  • Long Lived the Queen

    Senior Maria Isabel Castillo is studying abroad in London this semester through the Capa London: Global Cities Program.

  • Lights, Camera, Action

    Assistant Professor of Film Studies David Romberg takes a hands-on, team-focused approach to teaching students about the art of cinema.

  • Hacker Hunter

    Cybersecurity expert Priscilla Moriuchi ’03 spent 13 years with the National Security Agency before entering the private sector. Today, in addition to her product security role with Apple, she studies and speaks about the cyberthreats posed by nations like North Korea, China and Russia.

Address Muhlenberg College Office of Global Education 2400 Chew Street Allentown, PA 18104