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Study Abroad

Arabic

Students may choose to study in the Arab world in consultation with Arabic program faculty. Popular destinations have included Cairo and Alexandria, Egypt; Amman, Jordan; Fez or Casablanca, Morocco, to name just a few. Some students may elect to study Arabic in U.S.-based programs, such as the summer immersion program at Middlebury College. Tufts has also successfully placed Arabic students into the prestigious Center for Arabic Study Abroad program at the American University in Cairo, and in other, similar programs. To learn more about study abroad programs in Arabic, contact Rana Abdul-Aziz and visit the Programs Abroad website to see a list of recommended programs.

Fulfilling Arabic degree requirements (major or minor) while studying abroad >


Chinese

Tufts-In-China Program

Tufts-in-China is a 4-month program (mid-August to mid-December), based at Zhejiang University, one of the top seven universities in China. With a solid curriculum and rich extra curriculum activities, Tufts-in-China has attracted over 150 students over the last decade, some of whom are gainfully and happily employed in China today.

Tufts-in-China has been successful because of the four major components of the Program, which complement one another: intensive language training, culture courses taught in English, exploring China through traveling and studying, and internship opportunities, which allow students to experience the Chinese society as active participants.

For some basic facts of the Tufts-in-China Program, please review the fact sheet or visit the Tufts-in-China page.

For additional information, contact Dr. Mingquan Wang, Olin 312.

For non-Tufts programs, students need to follow the instructions below to submit their credit transfer requests.




German

Tufts-in-Tübingen Program
This program allows juniors (or seniors) with sufficient language proficiency in German to spend a year (or a spring semester) abroad studying at the Eberhard-Karls-Universität in Tübingen. Tübingen offers a rich cultural life, and combines the flair of a picturesque medieval downtown with the atmosphere of a lively cosmopolitan university town. .Qualified students are urged to apply. For more information, contact Associate Professor Markus Wilczek or other German program faculty. Learn more about Tufts in Germany.


Hebrew



Students are encouraged to study in Israel for a summer, semester, or full year. Recommended non-Tufts programs include those offered by:

For additional information regarding studying abroad opportunities, please contact: Heddi Harari-Spencer or the Tufts Office of Programs Abroad.


Japanese

Tufts in Japan
Students are strongly recommended to study in Japan during their junior year (two semesters of Japanese are required). Excellent scholarships from the Japanese Ministry of Education are available. In order to prepare students for a future of increased contact with Asia, Tufts in Japan offers students a full academic year or spring semester at Kanazawa University, a prestigious national institution in a picturesque city rich with history. Learn more about Tufts in Japan.


Judaic

No study abroad program offered at this time.


Russian

Majors are encouraged to study in Russia for a summer, semester, or full year. Recommended non-Tufts programs include those offered by:

If you have questions, contact the Director of the Russian Program, Professor Vida Johnson, (617) 627-3407 or vida.johnson@tufts.edu. Students may also consult the Tufts Office of Programs Abroad.