Romania Studies Program
Students spend a semester working in Romania while also delving deep into the remarkable history and culture of a country experiencing great social change in a post-communist climate. Students will be hosted by Word Made Flesh, a world-wide missional organization dedicated to serving Jesus amongst the world's most vulnerable populations. WMF's mission in Galati, Romania serves at-risk children, street youth and poor families. Christians from Romania and other nations come together from various local churches to seek the Kingdom of God in community. Through ministry on the streets and educational programs at a community center, WMF strives for a transformed society in which the poor are redeemed and empowered.
- Romanian Language
- Romania: History, Culture, Christianity, and National Identity
- Relief and Development in a post-Communist Context
- The Church and Poverty
- Spiritual Formation
- Cross-Cultural Field Practicum (throughout the semester)
The student will fill out two applications:
- George Fox off-campus application form (obtained from the Center for Study Abroad or downloaded here).
- Romanian Studies Program application (currently being created).
*The Romanian Studies Program application should only be completed after being informed by the Director of Study Abroad that you are accepted for an off-campus study semester.
Students should be full-time undergraduates with junior or senior status, holding a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher to apply.
The amount of credits students will earn while in Romania is still being determined.
Word Made Flesh will provide room and board for students in Galati. The details of student's housing situations are still being determined.
The student pays George Fox's standard tuition, room and board, and student fees. Participants continue to receive financial aid, including scholarships, since they are officially George Fox students. Round trip airfare is additional.
For Further Information Contact:
Center for Study Abroad