Pepperdine International Programs office announced July 9 the Heidelberg, London, Lausanne and Washington, D.C., programs will all run on time for fall 2021 with in-person classes. IP staff and students adjust to this fall’s pandemic challenges by preparing for their host locations’ COVID-19 guidelines.
Daniel Daugherty, who is in his 28th year as the Heidelberg program director, talks about life in Germany since the program’s suspension in March. Although Moore Haus is empty, Daugherty and the Heidelberg staff and faculty prepare for and look forward to students’ return in the future.
Heidelberg enthusiast and SLA Jaime Del Barrio sat down with the Graphic to discuss his legacy at Pepperdine and plans for the future.
As returning students readjust to life back in Malibu, first-years look forward to an experience abroad.
The greatness that surrounds Pepperdine IP lies in the authenticity provided in each of the transformative locations throughout the world.
This summer, International Programs found itself in a tough spot when more students accepted the offer to attend the Heidelberg program than expected
Despite growing freshmen classes, International Programs continues to help students experience Pepperdine’s renowned study abroad program.
Too many students are accepted into the Florence program, resulting in the overcrowding of the living facilities
Art by Peau Porotesano OK, serious talk, freshmen: I encourage you to start thinking about whether or not you want the international experience to be a part of your academic experience at Pepperdine. I just returned from a year of living abroad. I went to East Africa for a month last summer, Lausanne for the […]
Photo by Gabriella Chan Over 1,000 students applied for international study abroad programs for the upcoming academic year and for summer 2016. Only about 75 percent of applicants received the green light to attend the program that was either their first or second choice. This year, the International Programs office made it their mission to […]