Semester-Long Study Abroad

Each fall, spring, and summer semester over 100 Miami students travel to Luxembourg to attend classes at the John Dolibois European Center (MUDEC) – many of these from the College of Education, Health and Society. In addition to the multiple courses that can be used to satisfy Miami Plan requirements, EHS students also have the opportunity to work in the European International School in Differdange, earning independent study credit and gaining valuable cross-cultural experience in their major field of study. When considering this option, please be sure to work closely with your academic advisor.

KNH in Luxembourg Program

When: Fall 2021

Description: Live and study in Luxembourg at Miami University's Dolibois Center while taking KNH classes from Dr. Eric Brooks in the Chateau in Luxembourg and study with students and faculty at a nearby Sports Medicine college, Lunex.

KNH CohortUpdate: It was a successful semester at MUDEC with the first KNH cohort. A big reason is because of the seven wonderful KNH students who made up the first KNH cohort.

Front Row L to R: Mya Stahl, Kelsey Krigbaum, Maddie Kelley
Back Row L to R: Ellie Tetrick, Lauren Devine, Elizabeth Schneider, Rachel Duff

Contact Dr. Eric Brooks
( or 513-529-8105 for information.

SLAM in Luxembourg Program

When: Every spring semester

Description: Live and study in Luxembourg at Miami University's Dolibois Center while taking Sport Leadership & Management (SLAM) classes from SLAM faculty. All classes are taught in the Chateau in Luxembourg. SLAM faculty advise students to be sure their academic plan applies toward graduation requirements. Students gain international sport management experience during collaborations with Lunex University (in Differdange), European sport clubs, and sport organizations.

Apply: Applications are approved by Dr. Ruihley and the Global Initiatives Office.

Contact Brody Ruihley for more information.

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Studying Abroad in Luxembourg - Miami University’s Home Away from Home

In this podcast episode, we travel to Luxembourg where Miami University hosts the European country's oldest American partnership, and where both students and faculty alike are encouraged to participate in an immersive intercultural experience that is unlike almost any other study abroad program.