Center for International EducationThe Center for International Education (CIE) seeks to use its resources and programs to enhance and complement the college’s curricular and co-curricular programs, including academic programs in international studies, international business and language area studies, leadership studies and peace and justice.
To implement its general themes, the Center divides its operation into support of local and regional business entry into the global marketplace, community outreach, campus internationalization, and international academic programs at St. Norbert College.
International Student Admission
St. Norbert College is known nationally for its internationalized campus and its welcoming atmosphere for students from around the world. Join international degree-seeking students, from 28 other countries, attending St. Norbert College in more than 30 academic majors and minors.
English as a Second Language Institute
The ESL program offers non-credit, intensive, multi-level, English language courses to foreign students who wish to read, write, speak and understand American English for professional or academic purposes. The program offers students small classes, conversation partners, friendship families, personal tutors and integration into the greater
International Student & Scholar Services
This office provides academic, social and immigration advisement and services for international students attending regular classes and the ESL Institute, as well as for all visiting scholars. It coordinates and supports a wide variety of international co-curricular activities on campus and in the community.
Community Outreach & Language Services
We reach out to the community through foreign language and cultural awareness in the following areas: translating and interpretation for businesses and adult evening language classes and elementary school language programs.
St. Norbert College offers more than 75 study abroad opportunities in 29 different countries. Immerse yourself in Latin American culture, navigate through historic Europe, take the road less traveled to the Middle East or Africa, and explore the Australian outback.