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Lindsey in London

Students in good standing with a minimum of 2.5 GPA at Lindsey Wilson are eligible for admission to the London Program which is administered by The Private College Consortium for International Studies. Students form the other colleges and universities may apply for the London Program through one of the participating universities. Acceptance to the program is at the discretion of the participating PCCIS universities who supervise all academic matters, select faculty participants and inform CAPA of the spaces to be reserved in London. The number of students in each session is limited so early application is advised. The courses offered in the London Program can be used for credit towards graduation. More information is available at http://programs.capa.org/pccis.

Other Study Abroad Opportunities

Lindsey Wilson students may also participate in other study abroad opportunities in a variety of countries. Students should consult with their academic advisors, the financial aid office and the Academic Affairs Office.

The Capitol Hill Internship

Lindsey Wilson College is a member of the United Methodist College Washington Consortium. The Consortium offers students the experience of living, interning and studying in the heart of Washington, D.C. Students participating in the Capitol Hill Internship Program offered by the Consortium live in attractive apartments on Capitol Hill, intern in both government and non-governmental offices as part of select programs available only in Washington, D.C., and learn in challenging seminars and courses that are tailored to enrich their internship experience. Applications for the program are available in the Office of Academic Affairs.  Information is also available at http://www.umcwc.com.

The Frankfort  Internship

Through an arrangement with the Association of Independent Kentucky Colleges and Universities, a student may apply to spend the spring semester studying and interning in Frankfort, the state capitol of Kentucky. Students take two courses that deal with Kentucky government, legislative process, and the media, and intern 30 hours a week in either the legislative or executive branch. Students are placed in an office that complements their academic strengths and professional ambitions. The program is excellent preparation for students interested in careers in law, the media or public service. Up to 15 Lindsey Wilson credits may be earned through the program. For additional information, contact the Academic Affairs Office. Information is also available at http://www.aikcu.org/about/initiatives/frankfortinternships.

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