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August-October 1

 

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Winter 2025 in Luxembourg

A shorter version of the renowned MUDEC experience, the Winter 2025 in Luxembourg is an ideal choice for students who may not have the opportunity to study for a semester in Luxembourg. The six-credit-hour program offers courses in various disciplines that can be used for a Global Perspectives or other Miami Plan Foundation requirements in only six to seven weeks.

  • Classes typically meet Monday through Thursday (although some Fridays may be required.) One 6-day (5-night) faculty-led study tour is embedded in the program.
  • There are no prerequisites for these courses, and students must take both courses.
  • Most students live in a European homestay and therefore have an inside view of the local culture. They have the opportunity to interact with local people and learn about everyday life in Luxembourg.

As part of the experience, students also take a 5-7 day trip to a European location known as a study tour. This hands-on experience complements the content learned in the classroom by allowing students the opportunity to visit the places they are learning about and to see it with their own eyes! Students planning to go in Winter 2025 will visit Croatia on a week-long study tour, exploring the topics of world politics in Europe.

Courses

  • POL 271: World Politics
    • Introduction to international politics, with emphasis on factors and processes producing harmony and conflict in interactions within the international system.
    • This course counts towards Global Perspectives or Pillars 1-4 Under the new Miami Plan.
  • LUX 101: European Experience
    • This course will introduce vocabularies of "culture" and intercultural engagement. This class will engage in discussions that help students to practice new intercultural skills, and to strengthen those skills through personalized European experiences.
    • This course counts towards Global Perspectives or Pillars 1-4 under the new Miami Plan

Calendar

Winter 2025
DATE EVENT
January 5 Students depart from the U.S.
January 6 Students arrive in Luxembourg
January 7 Orientation/Classes begin
January 19-24 Study Tour
January 25 Students depart from Study Tour Location

Explanation of Tuition and Administrative Fees

  • Non-Ohio Resident Tuition Partial Waiver - Non-Ohio residents participating in this study abroad/away program are approved for a discounted tuition rate. This discount is considered a waiver and is incorporated into the above amount. Per University policy, only one tuition waiver can be applied to an individual student per term. If there are multiple waivers, the highest waiver will be applied.
  • Billing and Payment - Tuition and administrative fees are billed to the student's bursar account in accordance with the university's billing timeline, and should be paid prior to the start of the program. For more information, see Paying for College (OneStop).
  • Summer Term Tuition Refund Policy - You must officially withdraw from a credit workshop registration by 12:00 p.m. (noon) on the last business day before the start of the workshop to receive a tuition refund. Workshop administrative fees and program fees are non-refundable unless the workshop is cancelled by Miami University. Failure to attend, non-payment, or contacting the workshop director is insufficient notice. To officially withdraw from a workshop, you must contact Global Initiatives via email at global@MiamiOH.edu.
  • Administrative Fee Refund Policy - The $175 administrative fee is charged upon course registration and is non-refundable.

Program Fee Details

  • Program Fee Deposit - Deposits are collected on a first-come, first-serve basis after being admitted to the program. Your deposit reserves your place in the program.
  • Payment Process - Accepted students will have access to a payment portal within their application. Program fees can be paid via this portal using e-check or credit card. Program fees can be paid with scholarships, financial aid, or 529 plans only with the coordination of the Education Abroad office.
  • Program Fee Refund Policy - The program fee payments are non-refundable unless otherwise stated within the application.

Fees and Enrollment

All fees are subject to change without notice, though Miami University will try to avoid this whenever possible. All summer and winter session courses and credit workshops are enrollment contingent, and are subject to cancellation due to low enrollment.

Macmillan Hall
Contact Information

Global Initiatives

214 MacMillan Hall
531 E Spring St.
Oxford, OH 45056
513-529-8600 513-529-8608 fax

Château de Differdange

1, Impasse du Château
L-4524 Differdange
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
+352-5822-22-1