Monmouth Global Seminars are short-term, faculty-led study abroad programs that foster academic achievement and improve students’ global understanding. These seminars serve a variety of students in disciplines across the university and often fit students’ budgets and busy calendars. Annually more than 100 Monmouth University students venture abroad in this manner.
Here’s where Monmouth Faculty can lead you:
- Sorrento, Italy
- Cádiz, Spain
- San Jose, Costa Rica
- London, England
- Delhi, India
- Falmouth, Jamaica
- Aachen & Cologne, Germany
- The Bahamas
Review our 2021-2022 Global Seminar Programs
Global Seminar Proposals for traveling during the 2022- 2023 academic year are now due by November 22, 2021.
Below is the Global Seminar information for your easy reference.
Propose a Global Seminar
Global Education is thrilled to announce a new Global Seminar-Form and process. We welcome proposals, whether they are stand-alone courses traveling in winter or summer or as “embedded” fall or spring coursework complemented with time abroad. Proposals are due every November 1st November 22nd (this year’s extended deadline) for the following academic year.
Please reach out to GEO when you are ready to submit your Global Seminar e-form.
The e-form is routed electronically to the following in the order below for review and approval:
- Co-Director (if applicable)
- Department Chair
- School Dean
- Director of Academic Finance
- Director of Global Education
- Global Education Committee
Extended Deadline: For 2022-2023 programs is now November 22, 2021.
In order to be eligible to use FAMCO Study Abroad Funds, proposals are due every November 1st for the following academic year.
Faculty members planning to lead a University Sponsored Global Seminar must apply by November 1st of the year preceding the date of the program (i.e. November 2021 for a program taking place in the 2022-2023 academic year). The University reserves the right to deny approval for a program if not submitted by November 1st November 22nd (this year’s extended deadline).
Key components to be considered include:
- Submissions to A.) Rationale, Course Requirements, and Description in the proposal
- How does the Program satisfy the learning objectives set within the Strategic Plan
- How will the Program contribute to high impact classroom and curriculum standards set by the University
- A breakdown of the anticipated budget
Once you are ready to start your proposal, please go to the E-form and submit your proposal to be routed for signature.
Please do not promote or recruit for your Global Seminar Program until the proposal is approved.