Faculty-Led Trips Abroad
See the world. Explore cultural differences.
Each year, faculty members host short-term travel abroad opportunities for Pfeiffer students. Trips emerge from a specific study purpose, offering participants both exposure to different cultures and unique learning and service experiences.
Past travel opportunities include trips to:
- Brazil, where students worked with a ministry called Shade and Fresh Water
- South Korea, where students attended an international peace conference
- China, where students took a course on Chinese culture and calligraphy
- Japan, where students attended the International Association of Methodist Colleges and Universities Conference titled: "Peace, Reconciliation and Human Rights"
- France, where students participated in an abbreviated study abroad program
Consider a faculty-led trip abroad to immerse yourself in a new culture, to learn about significant cultural issues and connect with students who hold a completely different worldview.
Embark on a faculty-led short trip abroad to gain cultural understanding and to build student and faculty relationships. Return inspired with a fresh global perspective.
Coordinator, International Students