To serve and lead in an increasingly interdependent global community, Whitworth students must be able to cross international -- as well as social, cultural and linguistic -- boundaries with skill and understanding.
The best way to learn about other cultures is to engage them firsthand. Each year more than 350 Whitworth students take part in dozens of faculty-led Jan Term and semester study-abroad programs throughout the world.
Study international business in Southeast Asia, or ecology, politics and Latin American history at our new Costa Rica Center. Experience Britain's cultural sophistication through music and theatre. Explore the evolution of technology in India or shifting gender roles in Thailand. Understand connections between poverty, altruism and hope in Tanzania or learn Mandarin in China. Or, fly solo as an exchange student at a university in Japan, France, the Netherlands, or one of many other schools within our network of partner universities worldwide.
So... where do you want to go? See how the world is your campus at Whitworth.