No previous study is needed for 1st-Year courses. Courses at higher levels require successful completion of a placement exam.
The Workshop accepts students in two waves.
From March 1 to May 7, 2021, students may apply for available seats during rolling acceptance.
Unofficial transcripts are acceptable for acceptance to the Workshop.
See the application form for details on uploading or sending transcripts.
Students requesting graduate credit for their Workshop courses will need to supply official transcripts in order to register with Indiana University. The Workshop will provide details to such students in their accptance packets.
The program is open to all, including
- IU and non-IU students
- graduate and undergraduate students
- non-students and lifelong learners
- high-school students over age 16 (Some restrictions apply. Contact email@example.com for details.)
All students accepted to the Worksohp will receive a handbook with details on arrival, move-in, and move-out dates, as part of their acceptance packet.
Participants are permitted to miss 2 days of class over the summer. Students who miss more than this may be asked to withdraw from the program.
No, Workshop classes must be taken for credit.
Yes, but students applying for both summer semesters have preference.
Single-semester will receive seats only when:
- There are still seats available in your course in March, after Early Acceptance is complete
- The Section Head for your language approves
If you are applying to do the second summer semester without doing the first, the following additional conditions apply:
- Your placement test must confirm that you are ready for the 2nd-semester course
- You must agree to attend the 1st-semester course for one week and complete all assignments, in order to be set up and familiar with your course structure and tools before you are responsible for graded work.
We are located on the 1st floor of the Global and International Studies Building at 355 North Jordan Avenue, between the Wells Library and Radio-TV Building.
Yes. See Funding for a list of the fellowships, scholarships, and awards available to Workshop students.
Funding is available for IU and non-IU students, grads and undergrads, and also to non-students. The funding available for the course you are interested in will be listed at the bottom of the course web page.
Additionally, student loans are available to IU students at Student Central.
Non-IU students may be eligible for other awards or loans. Please check with your home instutition to learn what resources are available to you.
No. Scholarship and fellowship applications are included in the main Workshop Application.
Yes. You may apply for as many fellowships and scholarships as you are eligible for.
During your application to the Workshop, you will be prompted to apply to each program for which you are eligible.
Project GO Questions
Project GO (Global Officer) is a collaborative initiative that promotes critical language education and study abroad for ROTC students. The US military needs future military officers who possess the cross-cultural communication skills required for effective leadership in the 21st Century operational environment.
Project GO is funded by the Department of Defense through the Defense Language National Security Education Office (DLNSEO). Federal funds pass from DLNSEO to the Institute of International Education, which administers the Project GO institutional grants. On behalf of the federal government, IIE has awarded a Project GO grant to Indiana University.
Current ROTC students. For full eligiblity guidelines, see the Project GO national website.
No, participation in summer language program on a Project GO scholarship does not require any additional service commitments nor will it adversely affect your ROTC scholarship in any way.
No, Project GO is not associated with Army ROTC's Cultural Understanding and Leadership Program (CULP). Project GO funded summer studies can be done in addition to other summer service-specific training and deployments.