Never before has the world been so interactive and the benefits of understanding been so immediate.
In many parts of the United States, English is no longer the predominant language. Never before has the world been so interactive and the benefits of understanding been so immediate. Walk the streets of Philadelphia and you are likely to hear Bengali, Cantonese, Polish, Arabic, Hebrew, and Kiswahili as well as Spanish, French, and German.
At Ursinus College, students have the opportunity to study French, German, Japanese, Arabic, Spanish, and Chinese-Mandarin; students are encouraged to study abroad, interact in Musser International House with students from more than twenty countries, meet and eat weekly at the language tables in the cafeteria, study in the International Learning Center and learn, work, or intern in New York, Philadelphia, or Washington, DC. Ursinus offers courses in modern languages, as well as teaching certification for kindergarten through grade 12.