Moody in Europe – Summer

About the Program

Moody in Europe is a nine-week summer program that gives students the opportunity to travel through Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and the Czech Republic while taking up to three courses. Moody in Germany and Switzerland is a seven-week trip that joins the Europe group after Italy. Participants in this trip can take up to two courses abroad. Both trips visit significant places of the early church and the European Reformation. A voucher for one online course and one summer school course in Chicago is also included in both trips.


Moody in Europe runs from May 26 to July 28, 2019. The Moody in Germany and Switzerland program runs from June 10 to July 28, 2019. Please refer to the schedule included in the informational flyer under Program Schedule.

Courses Offered

Students may choose one of the following courses per session:

Session One
(Only Available to Moody in Europe Students)
GSU-2221 Christianity and Western Culture I (Jonathan Armstrong)
BI-3325 Pauline Epistles (Gerald Peterman)


Session Two
GSU-2222 Christianity and Western Culture II (Michael McDuffee)
TH-3363 European Reformations (Gregg Quiggle)


Session Three
GSU-2250 Philosophy (Michael McDuffee)
TH-3330 Systematic Theology I (Brain Tucker)
TH-4451 Apologetics (Michael McDuffee)



The cost of Moody in Europe is approximately $7,400. The cost of Moody in Germany and Switzerland is approximately $5,400. Pell-eligible loans and the Payment Plan are both available. Program cost includes accommodations, most meals, a study tour and a voucher for one online class and one summer school class. Airfare is not included in the cost.

Applications and Deposits

All Study Abroad programs require both an application and a non-refundable deposit of $1,000 to secure a spot. Applications may be found at: or in front of the Study Abroad office, Sweeting 302.

Applications may be submitted in hardcopy to the Sweeting 3 desk or to the Study Abroad office (Sweeting 302), or by email to studyabroad@moody.eduDo not leave deposits outside the Study Abroad office.

There are three options available to make the deposit payment: checks, cash, or electronic payment. Please see below for instructions on each payment method.

CHECK OR CASH: Checks must be made out to Moody Bible Institute. The program name along with the student’s ID number must be written in the memo line (for example: EUROPE, 4128637).

Checks or cash can be deposited on Crowell 4 to the teller of the Chicago campus. Teller hours are 9:00 a.m. to noon. You will need to give the following account number when making your payment: 11-03403.  Bring the receipt to the Study Abroad office (Sweeting 302) or email a copy to

If sending a check from off campus, please keep in mind that both application and deposit payment must be received in order to secure a spot and therefore, making a payment can be time sensitive for programs with a lot of students interested.

Checks must be mailed to the following address:

Attn. Miriam Smith, Sweeting 3

Moody Bible Institute

820 N. LaSalle Blvd. Chicago, IL 60610

CREDIT CARD: In order to make a credit card payment, call Moody Central at (312) 329-4223 or visit the main desk on Culby 2. Request assistance to pay the deposit for the Europe Study Abroad program. Deposit payments do not go to individual student accounts. You will need to give the following account number when making your payment: 11-03403. Along with the account number, please give the program name and your student ID number to identify who made the payment and for which program the deposit was made.

Once the payment is made, you will need to request a receipt of the transaction. A copy of the receipt must be emailed to for proof of payment. Alternately, a hard copy of the receipt may be submitted with the application. 

If you have any questions about payments, please email

Download the Moody in Europe and Germany and Switzerland Application and Agreement.


Vouchers are valid for two years after the program. For online courses, vouchers can be used for either 8-week or self-paced courses. Independent studies are not included in the online voucher. Vouchers may be used for up to a three credit-hour course. Vouchers may only be used after a student is confirmed in a program and has paid the full program cost.

To use a voucher, a student must first enroll in the course of his or her choice. When a student is enrolled in the course and a charge appears on the student's account, an e-mail with the subject title "Voucher" must be sent with the following information to in order to have the voucher applied:

  • Student Name and ID (example: Joe Smith, ID 1234567)
  • Trip Attended (example: Moody in Germany Spring 2015)
  • Professor Name: (example: Dr. Smith)
  • Full Course Name and Number (example: GSU-2250-01 (1628) Introduction to Philosophy)
  • Method (example: 8-week online, self-paced online, summer school or J-term)
  • Cost (the charge that is posted to the student's account for the course)

Vouchers will not be applied until the student has emailed the complete list of above information.

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