Travel and Study Around the World
Every country and culture approaches language differently. The best way to gain a well-rounded and diverse view of the field of Linguistics is to live and study in another country.
Study Abroad with UO
The University of Oregon offers over 60 study abroad programs with a language learning component. Programs are currently offered in Japan, Spain, Italy, Tanzania, Jordan, Israel, France and more. Alternatively, you can intern abroad through the GlobalWorks International Internship program in a variety of regions around the world.
Students can enroll as an exchange student at a top international research institution for fall or winter semester, spring semester or quarter, a full academic year, or summer term. Exchange students experience an immersive study abroad experience, living and learning with local students in their chosen city.
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Featured Study Abroad Opportunities in Linguistics
This program, administered by Global Education Oregon (GEO), offers internship opportunities in a wide variety of industry sectors and locations around the world.
Internship opportunities are highly customizable, and we guarantee placement in your preferred sector and location. Students earn up to eight UO credits as well as life-changing work experience in a different culture.
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You will attend Arabic classes at the Qasid Arabic Institute in Amman. Students of all levels of Arabic, from novice to advanced, can be accommodated and no prior experience in Arabic language is required. To further enhance your cultural learning and understand of the country of Jordan, you have the option to participate in excursions to sites of natural, cultural, and historical significance in Jordan, such as Petra, Wadi Rum, Dana Nature Reserve, and the Dead Sea.
- Location: Amman, Jordan
- Learn a full year of Arabic language with the option to add a Jordanian dialect course
- Term: Summer (9 weeks)
- Credits 15-18 credits (2 courses)