Washington DC - The Washington Center

This program offers students from all majors the opportunity to take part in a nearly full-time for-credit internship in Washington, DC. Students gain fundamental skills through a unique integration of academics and real-world experience.

  • 总部设在华盛顿特区
  • 秋季或春季学期
  • Enrollment caps may be limited to less than 15 per semester based on space limitations.
  • 先决条件:3.0 GPA; one college-level course that prepares the student for their academic track in Washington
  • 实习项目
  • Live in program residence/apartments

应用 to study/intern in Washington D.C.

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The Washington Center program is based in the capital of the United States, Washington, DC.  The city has a rich history as the home to the federal government as well as a significant cultural history with museums. 公园和纪念碑. 



The Washington Center offers students from US and overseas institutions the opportunity to live, work and study for a semester in Washington DC at their 华盛顿特区计划. The program components are:

Students receive 4 SLU units during their study at TWC program. The internship course counts for 2 units. The Career Readiness Program and the elective course during the week each count for 1 SLU unit. 

Once students find the TWC courses they are planning to take, they can look up the course catalog at the SLU APR to find SLU equivalent courses for credit transfer. For courses that are not pre-approved, students will need to email the department chair for the course major/minor approval. Students will need to fill out the Course Approval Request form found on their Studio Abroad applications to ensure courses transfer. 



All students will stay in a state-of-the-art residential and academic facility 国会山附近.



See the Washington Center's website for 计划的日期. The Fall semester typically begins in late August and ends in early December. The Spring semester typically begins in late January and ends in early May. 



出发前: The CIIS office organizes in-depth orientation sessions on-campus prior to the student's participation in the program. This includes a program-specific session(s) in which the students will learn more about the program, 当地文化, 学术的期望, and any other important information. There is also an orientation session led by the CIIS office on culture shock as well as safety and security while abroad.



If you are interested in learning more about The Washington Center program please contact one of the following people.

cii办公室: 金正日朗费罗, Assistant Director of Off-Campus Programs - Questions about eligibility, 项目物流, and other off-campus opportunities.

教师协调员: Dr.詹姆斯Sieja - Questions about program academics.

应用 to study/intern in Washington D.C.