Other Study Abroad Programs

Quick Facts About Other Study Abroad Programs:

Don't see the program you are looking for among Lamar's study abroad offerings? No problem. Lamar students CAN join programs offered by other accredited institutions.

  • Lamar students MUST receive written approval of course transfer from the appropriate Department Chair.
  • Lamar students will be expected to pay tuition and fees to the host institution. 
  • Lamar students are eligible for scholarships, although in certain cases preference may be given to students who participate on Lamar University faculty-led programs. 

Please see below for recommended non-Lamar programs. Still don't see the program you're searching for? Please contact Dr. Palis (jpalis@lamar.edu) and he'll help you find the program that is perfect for you.

Texas State in Cambodia

This program provides students the opportunity to learn general science, physics, and/or science methods while studying with Cambodian college students at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, the oldest and most respected university in the country. Students will also have the opportunity to teach what they have learned to local Cambodian children. The program includes three days touring the majestic temples of Angkor, a boat tour of floating villages on Southeast Asia’s largest freshwater lake, Tonle Sap, & an Apsara dance show. 

British Studies Program By Southern Mississippi

The British Studies Program is organized by Southern Miss through an academic consortium of 13 colleges and universities. Lamar University is member of this consortium. The purpose of the consortium is to promote a more profound understanding of British culture and society among students and faculty through scholarly and educational activities Credit hours are awarded by The University of Southern Mississippi, a fully accredited institution of higher learning.

European Council of the University System of Georgia

The European Council seeks to foster greater understanding and appreciation of the cultures and societies of Europe by sponsoring programs and activities for the University System of Georgia's students, faculty and institutions. The EC sponsors summer study abroad programs for USG students and transients, including students at Lamar University, at seven locations in Europe that last 2-5 weeks. Courses are taught largely by faculty from USG colleges and universities and students blend classroom experiences with group and individual travel as they earn academic credit. 

European Council program locations include: England (London), France (Paris), Germany (Berlin), Ireland (Waterford), Russia (St. Petersburg), Scotland (Edinburgh), and Spain (Madrid).