Charlotte Anderson » Study Abroad

Bethany offers numerous opportunities to study abroad. If you find a program other than those listed below and would like to pursue studying abroad through that organization, stop by the Office of Student Development and discuss your thoughts with Charlotte Anderson, Director of International Studies.

American Institute of Foreign Studies >

Founded in 1964, AIFS is one of the oldest, largest, and most respected cultural exchange organizations in the world. AIFS has global offices in 15 countries and organizes cultural exchange programs for more than 50,000 participants each year. AIFS provides study abroad programs in 19 countries:

Australia Czech Republic India Russia
Austria Egypt Ireland South Africa
Botswana England Italy Spain
Brazil France New Zealand Turkey
Costa Rica Germany Peru

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Charlotte Anderson

Director of International Studies
Office Office of Student Development Chi Rho House Phone: (785) 227-3380, ext. 8161
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Biography

Charlotte (Jalkeus) Anderson, Bethany alumna of 1986, performs study abroad advising and is responsible for international student services. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communications with a minor in political science from Karlstad University in Sweden. During her time at Karlstad, she came to Bethany to study internationally.

 

Prior to moving from Sweden to Lindsborg in 1990, Anderson was the information secretary for the Swedish Deaf Association and before that she worked at the Swedish National Radio. She started working at Bethany College in 2006 by teaching Swedish.

 

A Swedish citizen, Anderson has written several articles on Swedish and Swedish-American heritage, which have been published both in Sweden and in the U.S. She is active with cultural events in Lindsborg, many of them including folk dancing and fiddling. She is often seen around town in her authentic Swedish folk dress and frequently gives presentations on Swedish folk cultural topics. She and her husband Dean Anderson ‘76 have two bilingual, multi-cultural daughters.

 

Karlstad University >

Bethany College signed an exchange agreement with Karlstad University in Karlstad, Sweden, in January 2011. The University offers 900 courses in the humanities and fine arts, social and economic sciences, natural sciences, engineering and technology, health care and teacher training. Karlstad University has set its targets very high when it comes to internationalization. With that in mind, the University is offering an increasing number of courses, presently more than 100, and programs in English.

In addition to student and staff exchanges, there is also considerable international activity in the form of research and development work, symposia and conferences. The University also has a campus in Arvika, about 80 km from Karlstad, where the Ingesund School of Music with its 300 students is located.

Contact

Charlotte Anderson

Director of International Studies
Office Office of Student Development Chi Rho House Phone: (785) 227-3380, ext. 8161
Photo of Charlotte Anderson

Biography

Charlotte (Jalkeus) Anderson, Bethany alumna of 1986, performs study abroad advising and is responsible for international student services. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communications with a minor in political science from Karlstad University in Sweden. During her time at Karlstad, she came to Bethany to study internationally.

 

Prior to moving from Sweden to Lindsborg in 1990, Anderson was the information secretary for the Swedish Deaf Association and before that she worked at the Swedish National Radio. She started working at Bethany College in 2006 by teaching Swedish.

 

A Swedish citizen, Anderson has written several articles on Swedish and Swedish-American heritage, which have been published both in Sweden and in the U.S. She is active with cultural events in Lindsborg, many of them including folk dancing and fiddling. She is often seen around town in her authentic Swedish folk dress and frequently gives presentations on Swedish folk cultural topics. She and her husband Dean Anderson ‘76 have two bilingual, multi-cultural daughters.

 

Harlaxton College >

Bethany College has a cooperative agreement with Harlaxton College in England, allowing Bethany students to study abroad for either the fall or spring semester. Harlaxton College, a self-contained extension campus of the University of Evansville, is a 100-room Victorian manor house near Grantham in the English Midlands, approximately 110 miles north of London.

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Linnaeus University >

Bethany College signed an exchange agreement in spring 2011 with Linnaeus University in Sweden. Linnaeus opened on January 1, 2010, as a merger of Kalmar University and Växjö University. It pursues teaching and research in Kalmar and Växjö related to natural sciences and humanities and social sciences, respectively.  Programs are truly international with major opportunities for participation in both regional and worldwide networks.

Contact

Charlotte Anderson

Director of International Studies
Office Office of Student Development Chi Rho House Phone: (785) 227-3380, ext. 8161
Photo of Charlotte Anderson

Biography

Charlotte (Jalkeus) Anderson, Bethany alumna of 1986, performs study abroad advising and is responsible for international student services. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communications with a minor in political science from Karlstad University in Sweden. During her time at Karlstad, she came to Bethany to study internationally.

 

Prior to moving from Sweden to Lindsborg in 1990, Anderson was the information secretary for the Swedish Deaf Association and before that she worked at the Swedish National Radio. She started working at Bethany College in 2006 by teaching Swedish.

 

A Swedish citizen, Anderson has written several articles on Swedish and Swedish-American heritage, which have been published both in Sweden and in the U.S. She is active with cultural events in Lindsborg, many of them including folk dancing and fiddling. She is often seen around town in her authentic Swedish folk dress and frequently gives presentations on Swedish folk cultural topics. She and her husband Dean Anderson ‘76 have two bilingual, multi-cultural daughters.

 

Study Abroad Italy (SAI) >

Since 1995, Study Abroad Italy (SAI) has been dedicated to providing students with an exceptional cultural and educational experience abroad in Italy, and now also in London. SAI offers the opportunity to enroll in excellent schools available to English speaking students. There are no language requirements for SAI programs; all courses are taught in English. Programs are designed to allow students the opportunity to know Italy on a deep level–its history, culture, geography, food, art and people.

Contact

Charlotte Anderson

Director of International Studies
Office Office of Student Development Chi Rho House Phone: (785) 227-3380, ext. 8161
Photo of Charlotte Anderson

Biography

Charlotte (Jalkeus) Anderson, Bethany alumna of 1986, performs study abroad advising and is responsible for international student services. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communications with a minor in political science from Karlstad University in Sweden. During her time at Karlstad, she came to Bethany to study internationally.

 

Prior to moving from Sweden to Lindsborg in 1990, Anderson was the information secretary for the Swedish Deaf Association and before that she worked at the Swedish National Radio. She started working at Bethany College in 2006 by teaching Swedish.

 

A Swedish citizen, Anderson has written several articles on Swedish and Swedish-American heritage, which have been published both in Sweden and in the U.S. She is active with cultural events in Lindsborg, many of them including folk dancing and fiddling. She is often seen around town in her authentic Swedish folk dress and frequently gives presentations on Swedish folk cultural topics. She and her husband Dean Anderson ‘76 have two bilingual, multi-cultural daughters.

 

Studio Art Centers International (SACI) >

SACI Studio Art Centers International is university program in Florence, Italy, for undergraduate and graduate students seeking fully accredited studio art, design, and liberal arts instruction. With its 35 years of experience, SACI offers five different study programs: Academic Year Abroad, Academic Semester Abroad, BGSU MFA Program, Post-Baccalaureate Program, and Summer Studies.

Contact

Charlotte Anderson

Director of International Studies
Office Office of Student Development Chi Rho House Phone: (785) 227-3380, ext. 8161
Photo of Charlotte Anderson

Biography

Charlotte (Jalkeus) Anderson, Bethany alumna of 1986, performs study abroad advising and is responsible for international student services. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communications with a minor in political science from Karlstad University in Sweden. During her time at Karlstad, she came to Bethany to study internationally.

 

Prior to moving from Sweden to Lindsborg in 1990, Anderson was the information secretary for the Swedish Deaf Association and before that she worked at the Swedish National Radio. She started working at Bethany College in 2006 by teaching Swedish.

 

A Swedish citizen, Anderson has written several articles on Swedish and Swedish-American heritage, which have been published both in Sweden and in the U.S. She is active with cultural events in Lindsborg, many of them including folk dancing and fiddling. She is often seen around town in her authentic Swedish folk dress and frequently gives presentations on Swedish folk cultural topics. She and her husband Dean Anderson ‘76 have two bilingual, multi-cultural daughters.

 

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