The LCC International University program is a unique program to Gordon College in that it is an "exchange" program. Beginning in spring 2008, students from Gordon will travel to LCC for one semester, and LCC students will come to Gordon the next semester. With 600 students from across Europe, LCC International University in Lithuania is a mosaic of cultures. At LCC students interact with the three main Christian traditions (Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant) and will see how those from other traditions connect with God. Students from Gordon will join with thirty other North American students to immerse themselves in the culture of the Baltic states. In living and studying alongside their national and international peers, Gordon students will discover why LCC's students are driven by a unique understanding of independence, freedom, and possibility.
Over the semester, students visit four countries in four months: Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and Russia. This means unique destinations with opportunities for learning more deeply firsthand. With everything LCC teaches about being travel savvy, students will be able to travel around Europe independently on the weekends.
LCC welcomes applications from various majors. To gain eligibility you must:
Besides traveling to the best cities in the region, students will learn how to live like an urban European where people (lots of them) live in a small space, bumping into each other (sometimes literally). Buses and trains, cafes, cobblestones, and markets are all parts of daily life at LCC.
All courses at LCC are taught in English and a list of course offerings is posted on the LCC website by semester. The largest academic majors are Business, English, and Theology, but LCC offers a wide variety of Psychology and Sociology courses as well. There are also courses that could meet core requirements or other requirements for student's majors.
You will be charged the basic term expenses as indicated in the academic catalog, and you may apply your internal scholarships to the cost of the program. Please consult with Student Financial Services to review your situation. Regular Gordon semester costs include:
APPLICATION PROCEDURE & DEADLINES
All Gordon students applying to this program must first submit an online seat application to the Global Education Office before applying to your program.
After you've been approved by the Global Education Office proceed with the program's application. Please be aware of your program's application deadlines.