CCCU Opportunities

CCCU Opportunities

Contemporary Music Center

Get real-world music industry experience at The Contemporary Music Center in Nashville, Tennessee. CMC is a semester long, 16-credit hour program that prepares colleges students for careers in the entertainment industry, challenging them to live out their faith as Christ-followers. Thirty students live, work, and create music together in a facility with 24/7 access to world-class gear. Faculty are music industry pros who keep the program relevant and practical.  The “Final Exam” is a week-long Road Tour at the end of the semester.

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Middle East Studies Program

The Middle East Studies Program based in Ammon, Jordan seeks to prepare students to live the Christian life in a world that is religiously and culturally pluralistic. This semester learning experience includes studying Arabic language, and exploring Middle Eastern culture, history, economics, political conflicts, and religions. Weekly hands-on service projects, connecting with locals, and in Jordan and the region. MESP is for all students who want to relate with and live among people of other cultures.

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Oxford Summer Programme

The Oxford Summer Programme (OSP) allows students, as affiliate members of Wycliffe Hall, University of Oxford, to do intensive scholarship in the oldest university in the English speaking world. Students hone their research and writing skills and delve into the areas that interest them most while exploring the relationship between Christianity and the development of the British Isles.
Seminars and tutorials are given on specialized topics under expert Oxford academics in the areas of English language and literature, history, including the history of art and history of science, philosophy, theology and the study of religion. The programme is structured for rising college sophomores, juniors, and seniors, graduate and seminary students, non-traditional students, teachers, and those enrolled in continuing education programs. Participants earn 6 credits for their work during the five week programme.

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Oxford Scholar’s Semester

As a student in the Scholars’ Semester in Oxford (SSO), you are an official member of Wycliffe Hall and a Registered Visiting Student of the University of Oxford (a privilege for very few visiting students). This is your access point to a 900-year history, world-recognized academic excellence and 119 libraries, with their 11 million books and outstanding electronic resources.
SSO is designed specifically for students seeking an academically robust program. In tutorials, students meet one-on-one with acclaimed Oxford scholars (often including widely-published authors, historians, former international ambassadors, and other celebrated scholars) to go head-to-head on subjects within the disciplines of history, literature, languages, philosophy, musicology, art, science, and more. SSO is an intensive study experience. While all majors may apply, it requires a 3.7 GPA at minimum.

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Uganda Studies Program

The Uganda Studies Program at Uganda Christian University offers participants the opportunity to study at one of the premier universities in East Africa and live alongside Ugandans and other students from the continent. Through classes, internships, and relationships with host families and university peers, the program provides opportunities for students to authentically engage people, culture, and contemporary realities in Uganda in ways that challenge them to be active participants in Christ’s claim on all aspects of life. Just 15 miles from the capital city of Kampala, Uganda Christian University is situated in the bustling town of Mukono. Along with trips throughout Uganda, students also participate on a 10-day study tour to neighboring Rwanda. All majors are welcome. Students choose from one of the following academic emphases: Social Work, Global Health, or Interdisciplinary.

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