Romania Maymester Study Abroad Program

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Spend four weeks in Transylvania learning about Romania’s past and present in the medieval city of Cluj-Napoca and throughout the region. Purdue students will work in schools and participate in service-learning experiences designed to deepen an understanding of service-learning as a teaching and learning tool, as well as a better understanding of Central Eastern Europe.

Program Information

Financial Aid & Scholarships

There are numerous financial aid and scholarship opportunities offered by Purdue University to cover some or all of the costs for study abroad programs.

Academic Information

Courses offered:

  • EDCI 49000/59000 History & Culture of Romania for Educators
  • EDCI 49000/59000 Civic Engagement through Service-Learning
  • EDCI 49100 Global Studies Seminar

For further information about the Maymester in Romania, contact the program leader:
Dr. Kathy Obenchain,