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Overview

Gallaudet’s World Languages and Cultures program provides opportunities for study abroad and international internships:

  • Guam
  • Guatemala (2 years of Spanish, minimum)
  • Quito, Ecuador (2 years of Spanish, minimum)
  • LSE Summer Courses in Spain (2 years of Spanish, minimum)
  • Xalapa in Veracruz, Mexico (2 years of Spanish, minimum)

International Studies Internships

Work experience always enhances your marketability after graduation, and international work experience is essential if you’re interested in a foreign-language-related field. As part of the major or minor program, you’re encouraged to seek internship experience in the United States or abroad.

You can take advantage of a variety of study abroad opportunities to enhance your learning and explore your interests. In the past, students have studied or interned in Costa Rica, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Argentina, and Gabon, among other countries.

For more information about internship opportunities, please contact us or visit the World Languages and Cultures page and Office for Career Success page.

FAQs

Opportunities Questions
Yes, there are many benefits to an individual’s academic career as well as enhanced future career opportunities for those who choose to study abroad. We design programs to meet the unique needs and interests Gallaudet community. Education Abroad programs, research, and internship opportunities vary widely, so please see Education Abroad or contact us for more information.
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