FYE in Italy: Let’s Eat in Italy and Write About it Too (Spring Break)

Visit Italy and experience the culture through its world-renowned cuisine. We’ll explore—and write about—the food of Tuscany and Umbria, “the green heart of Italy,” from farm to table. We’ll take cooking classes from a world-renowned chef, meet the most famous butcher in the world, dine on legendary dishes with histories reaching back millennia, even help make pecorino—sheep’s cheese—on a cheesemaker’s farm, enjoying all the while the best food in the world. Continue reading FYE in Italy: Let’s Eat in Italy and Write About it Too (Spring Break)

CofC in British Virgin Islands: Marine Biology (Summer II)

Get introduced to the organismal biology, ecology, and conservation of the Caribbean coral reef ecosystem in the British Virgin Islands. On this program the emphasis is placed on field methods and labs, including SCUBA-based field experiments that provide hands-on experience and contribute to ongoing research projects. The program is conducted aboard an 80 foot Burger yacht that will serve as our new teaching and research platform. Continue reading CofC in British Virgin Islands: Marine Biology (Summer II)

CofC in British Virgin Islands: Marine Biology (Summer I)

Get introduced to the organismal biology, ecology, and conservation of the Caribbean coral reef ecosystem in the British Virgin Islands. On this program the emphasis is placed on field methods and labs, including SCUBA-based field experiments that provide hands-on experience and contribute to ongoing research projects. The program is conducted aboard an 80 foot Burger yacht that will serve as our new teaching and research platform. Continue reading CofC in British Virgin Islands: Marine Biology (Summer I)

CofC in British Virgin Islands: Geology (Summer)

Earn CofC credit living on the 80 foot Burger Research Vessel Manta where you will navigate through the islands, channels, and highly varied geological conditions of the US and British Virgin Islands. In this unique experience you will study the environmental stresses on highly populated islands, starkly contrasted to the unpopulated islands, and the diverse differences in the areas apparent. From every rock and beach type, to desalinization plants and wind farms, you will be exposed and experience a wide variety of landscapes and activities. The resiliency of the areas to sea level rise, hurricanes, and water resources provides an excellent backdrop for the foci of the course. Continue reading CofC in British Virgin Islands: Geology (Summer)

CofC in Scotland: Art History (Summer)

College of Charleston students will be immersed in a practical preservation skills building environment that has been developed by the Prince of Wales. Dumfries House is home for the Prince’s Foundation (https://dumfries-house.org.uk/blog/page/188/the-princes-foundation-a-new-beginning). In Glasgow and Edinburgh, through interactive tours and drawing exercises, students will gain a knowledge of historic architecture and will come to understand historic preservation efforts in various contexts from the local to World Heritage. Practical exercises on the Dumfries House campus will give students first-hand experiences in traditional crafts such as black-smithing, thatching and stone masonry all with an eye towards utilizing these skills in applications on projects at home and abroad. Continue reading CofC in Scotland: Art History (Summer)

CofC in Scotland: Arts Management (Summer)

Turn the thriving arts scene of Scotland into your classroom this summer. You’ll get hands-on experience in the performing arts community in Glasgow and Edinburgh and increase your understanding of planning, promoting, and presenting arts events through coursework, guest speakers, and site visits. From Glasgow’s thriving music industry to the stages of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, you’ll be behind the scenes learning what it really takes to present the performing arts. Continue reading CofC in Scotland: Arts Management (Summer)

CofC in Poland, Germany, Netherlands: Jewish Studies (Summer)

This program will take students to a part of the world where Nazi Germany carried out the “final solution to the Jewish question” under the cover of World War II. Poland was home to some three-and-a-half million Jews, 90 per cent of whom died in the genocide we call the Holocaust. Another two million Jews from every corner of Europe were transported to extermination centers such as Auschwitz, Treblinka, and Chelmno—three places we will visit in Poland. In Krakow and Warsaw, we will tour former Jewish neighborhoods and visit museums, synagogues, and churches, and hold joint classes with Polish students. In Berlin and Amsterdam, we will tour the old Jewish neighborhoods, assess the meaning and impact of memorials to the dead, and sample the dynamic nightlife of the cities. Continue reading CofC in Poland, Germany, Netherlands: Jewish Studies (Summer)

CofC in Ukraine, Poland, and Germany: Art & Architectural History (Summer)

What can we learn about walls and borders? How do you different political systems create and divide communities, and how people have struggled to heal their homeland after they have been torn apart? This 16 day journey by railroad through six cities in three countries will explore those questions through the art and architecture of Eastern Europe. We will explore a part of the world that has moved from communism to capitalism in a brutally short time span. We will be looking at this history In the art works, architecture, urban fabric, and other marks of change on the people and the places they call home. Continue reading CofC in Ukraine, Poland, and Germany: Art & Architectural History (Summer)

CofC in Israel: Religion, Sustainability, and the Sacred in the “Holy Land” (Summer)

Program Dates and Fee: June 14-July 8, 2022 | Program fee coming soon* (will not include tuition or airfare) Students take the following courses: RELS 276: Religion and the Environment RELS 101: Approaches to Religion Program Description: Spend over 20 … Continue reading CofC in Israel: Religion, Sustainability, and the Sacred in the “Holy Land” (Summer)

CofC in Italy (Florence): Psychology (Summer)

Live like a local and study family life and child welfare in Florence, Italy for an entire month exploring the rich history of Tuscany. There will be integrated excursions within Florence including a guided experience in the Ospedale Degli Innocenti (Hospital of the Innocents). Due to the crisis of hundreds of abandoned and orphaned babies in the 1400’s, the first orphanage, Ospedale Degli Innocenti, was built and cared for over 375,000 children over five centuries and continues to advocate children worldwide today. Continue reading CofC in Italy (Florence): Psychology (Summer)

CofC in Italy (Spoleto): Creative Writing (Summer)

Join us in Spoleto, Italy for our month-long program in travel writing and American literature. We’ll stay in a 15th-century villa overlooking the Italian countryside, explore Spoleto, travel throughout the country, and enjoy the culinary pleasures of Italy through private tastings and cooking classes. The program fee includes everything from round trip airfare to our stay in the villa, from a long weekend in Florence to cooking classes, from tours of area wineries to day hikes in the Umbrian hills, rail passes for weekend travel (a must while in Italy!), and so much more. Continue reading CofC in Italy (Spoleto): Creative Writing (Summer)

CofC in Morocco and Spain: Political Science, African Studies, Francophone Studies (Summer)

Choose from two of four courses earning 6 CofC credits while experiencing the diverse natural environment and complexity of Morocco’s historical and contemporary social, economic, and political mosaic. Travel includes sites in and around Tangier, Fes, Marrakesh and Chefchaoen. A result is a unique understanding of Morocco as the westernmost Islamic, southernmost European and northernmost African country. Continue reading CofC in Morocco and Spain: Political Science, African Studies, Francophone Studies (Summer)

CofC in Panama: Global Logistics and Transportation (Summer)

With the Panama Canal Expansion project now completed, global trade will be profoundly impacted in the areas of global logistics, distribution and transportation as well as real estate development and infrastructure. The study tour will include lectures by global experts in economic development and commerce as well as site visits to the Canal, international companies, and new multi-use commercial real estate developments. Students will also experience Panamanian culture through visits to important historical sites, group meals, and personal exploration. Continue reading CofC in Panama: Global Logistics and Transportation (Summer)

CofC in Portugal: Honors (Summer)

Honors students can live and study for 4-weeks in Lisbon, the capital city of Portugal. Choose from two course opportunities (or both) including an Advanced Special Topics course, HONS 390: Evidence-Based Medicine (three-credits) and a zero-credit (no tuition) Honors Immersed research opportunity focused on evaluating how the built environment supports active living within Lisbon. Instruction will be tailored to focus on specific healthcare issues, relevant public health policy, and unique city infrastructure within Lisbon. Not only will this program include guest lectures from Portuguese professors, national, and local government agencies but we will also participate in co-curricular excursions like a biking tour and a cooking class, as well as a day trip to a nearby historic palace and gardens. Continue reading CofC in Portugal: Honors (Summer)

CofC in Spain: Spanish, Business, and Sustainability (Summer II)

Spend 16 days studying and living in Trujillo, Spain and then beat the heat for the next few nights and days as you travel through northern Spain and into Portugal. The program will include guest lectures and site visits to enhance what you are learning. You’ll learn first-hand about the primary economic engines and sustainable business practices in Spain through guest lectures and site visits. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to earn CofC Business and Spanish credits. Continue reading CofC in Spain: Spanish, Business, and Sustainability (Summer II)

CofC in Belgium, France, and Germany: Dance (Summer)

Dancing through the Europe is a special topics course design to fulfill the humanities requirement at the College of Charleston. Through this program we will visit Paris, France; Brussels, Belgium; and Berlin, Germany. Students will have the opportunity to tour performance venues and see different shows. Throughout their travels, students are required to keep journals, participate in schedule discussions, write critical performance reviews, and engage in leadership challenges to maximize their experiences abroad. Continue reading CofC in Belgium, France, and Germany: Dance (Summer)

CofC in British Virgin Islands: Biology (Summer)

Get introduced to the organismal biology, ecology, and conservation of the Caribbean coral reef ecosystem in the British Virgin Islands. On this program the emphasis is placed on field methods and labs, including SCUBA-based field experiments that provide hands-on experience and contribute to ongoing research projects. The program is conducted aboard an 80 foot Burger yacht that will serve as our new teaching and research platform. Continue reading CofC in British Virgin Islands: Biology (Summer)

CofC in Germany: Neuroscience (Summer)

This program is designed to enlighten students regarding the international nature of neuroscience research and the vast research opportunities and collaborations that are possible in today’s scientific community. More specifically, the goal of the program is to expose students to neuroscience research and training conducted by the consortium of the German Schools of Neuroscience (GSN) through an intensive four-week neuroscience seminar experience. The program will visit two GSN campuses: Charité Medical University in Berlin and Ludwig Maximilians Universitat in Munich. Throughout the four week program students will interact with leading researchers through seminar style lectures, laboratory tours, and demonstrations. Continue reading CofC in Germany: Neuroscience (Summer)

CofC in Hong Kong: Supply Chain Management (Summer)

Students choose from SCIM 360 (Lean Process in Asian Ports) or TRAN 360 (Global Logistics in a Major Asian Port: The Case of Hong Kong). Lean logistics, like lean manufacturing, focuses on the four walls of a structure and within a domestic organization. This time the distribution center, instead of a factory. There are many suppliers and many logistics service providers in a supply chain. Some of these are visible; some are less visible. Many suppliers or logistics service firms do not practice lean. Taking lean outside the four walls of the company into other firms brings global complexity into the challenge of implementing and becoming lean. Continue reading CofC in Hong Kong: Supply Chain Management (Summer)

CofC in Panama: Biology (Summer)

Examine a wide variety of habitats including coral reefs, mangroves, seagrass meadows, rocky shores, wet and dry caves, riparian systems, tropical rainforest, and cloud forest. Options are a combined lecture/lab course in General Ecology (BIOL 341) or Tropical Ecology (BIOL 250) that will take place for the majority of time at a biological field station in Panama. You will also gain exposure to diverse local cultures and should be prepared for physical activities including snorkeling, hiking, caving, tree climbing, swimming, and/or rafting. Continue reading CofC in Panama: Biology (Summer)

CofC in Buenos Aires, Argentina: Spanish Language and Culture (Spring 2022)

Program Dates and Fee: Late January to Late April, 2022 | $5,500* (subject to change and does not include tuition and airfare. Additional $750 only for the SPAN 400: Service Learning course) Academics: [Taught in Spanish] SPAN 275: Spanish Skills Review (online) SPAN 320: Introduction to Textual Analysis SPAN 333: Topics in Hispanic Cultures SPAN 328: Spanish Language Study Abroad SPAN 344: Advanced Grammar and Lexicon or SPAN 381: Introduction to Spanish Linguistics (depending on student demand) SPAN 400: Service Learning (Course online with service learning in Buenos Aires. Subject to an additional $750 fee) SPAN 300  Level (online)* SPAN … Continue reading CofC in Buenos Aires, Argentina: Spanish Language and Culture (Spring 2022)

CofC in Florence, Italy: Communication, English, History (Spring 2022)

Come study with us this spring in the spectacular and exciting city of Florence, Italy! Based in the heart of Tuscany, this program offers students an immersive experience of Italian culture through courses and activities exploring communication and cultural practices, cinema, history, and of course, food! Participants will choose 12-16 credit hours from Communication, English/Film Studies, History and Women’s and Gender Studies courses. Continue reading CofC in Florence, Italy: Communication, English, History (Spring 2022)

CofC in Havana, Cuba: Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Political Science, Spanish Language (Spring 2022)

Program Dates and Fee: February – April, 2022 | $5,895* (subject to change and does not include tuition) Sign up for the virtual information session regarding Cuba, September 16th from 11am -12pm. The zoom link will be sent after filling out the Sign up form. Academics: [Taught in English] LACS 103: Introduction to Contemporary Cuba LACS 200: Women’s Health in the Caribbean LACS 310: Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Latin America and the Caribbean POLI 340: Politics of Latin America POLI 245: The Cuban Revolution [Taught in Spanish] SPAN275: Spanish Skills Review OR SPAN 328: Spanish Language Study Abroad Note: Students should … Continue reading CofC in Havana, Cuba: Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Political Science, Spanish Language (Spring 2022)

FYE: Fire & Ice: Exploring Iceland (Spring Break)

Fire & Ice: Exploring Iceland will provide a more in-depth, hands-on look at the dynamic processes forming the island of Iceland and the native culture. We will explore active volcanoes, glaciers and other geomorphic features, taste local food and more. Key geologic activities include visits to active volcanoes and glaciers in two of Iceland’s National Parks and hikes to two waterfalls and a black pebble (volcanic) beach. A visit to a geothermal plant and a native fishing village will provide insight into how the Icelanders have learned to live in such a dynamic environment. Continue reading FYE: Fire & Ice: Exploring Iceland (Spring Break)

FYE: International Health in Scandinavia – Destination Copenhagen (Spring Break)

This Spring Break find out why Copenhagen consistently tops surveys of the world’s best places to live, and hits the sweet spot between a relaxed, village-like atmosphere and a vibrant big city vibe. Freshman and Sophomores are able to take FYE: 109 – International Health in Scandinavia and travel during Spring Break 2022 to this majestic city. There you will be able to get hands on experiences with guest lectures, site visits and cultural activities. Don’t miss out on this unique experience to earn CofC credit. Continue reading FYE: International Health in Scandinavia – Destination Copenhagen (Spring Break)

FYE: The Scottish Play: Macbeth, Edinburgh and the Highlands (Spring Break)

Experience the city of Edinburgh and tour Macbeth country and the Highlands. We will explore and compare Shakespeare’s imagined Scotland and the historical Scotland of the 11th century ruler known as the Red King. We could not pick a better place to explore the dramaturgy of Macbeth and its historical facts, fictions, and superstitions. Continue reading FYE: The Scottish Play: Macbeth, Edinburgh and the Highlands (Spring Break)

CofC in Belgium and Netherlands: Finance (Spring Break)

FINC 360 is a semester long, interdisciplinary, study abroad course that requires students to financially analyze costs related to a publicly traded beer firm’ s logistics and supply chain processes. The course requires finance and other business school majors to work with global logistics minors over an entire semester to complete a financial analysis of a publicly traded firm in the brewing industry that relies heavily on shipping transportation. The highlight of the course is the study abroad component in the Netherlands and Belgium that introduces students to several Port Authority financial and logistics managers in addition to executives at institutions that provide external financing to global companies such as Heineken that use ship transportation for the flow of goods. Continue reading CofC in Belgium and Netherlands: Finance (Spring Break)

CofC in England and Scotland: History and Political Science (Summer)

Study this summer on site in the United Kingdom in London at the Foundation for International Education. Both courses will focus on the historical and contemporary relationship between Europe, the European Union, and Great Britain. You will explore “Brexit” as a centerpiece of the program and major topics such as immigration, London as a global finance capital, environmental policy and sustainability, and the British experience during the two great world wars. Spend a month learning and exploring in modern and historic locations. Continue reading CofC in England and Scotland: History and Political Science (Summer)

CofC in Greece: Business (Summer)

Take the opportunity to live and study this summer at the American College Greece in Athens and earn 6 to 9 credits in International Business. We will take what we are learning in the classroom and apply that to real world scenarios with site visits and tours of local businesses. Along with visits to culturally significant and historical sites, you will have the opportunity to explore the surrounding area of Greece and learn about sustainability! Continue reading CofC in Greece: Business (Summer)

CofC in the Netherlands (Amsterdam): Public Health (Summer)

Program Dates and Fee: June 3-July 1, 2022 | $5,109* (Does not include tuition or airfare) Students take the following courses: HEAL 456: Biostatistics in Health Sciences HEAL 460: Public Health Administration Program Description: Spend over 20 days studying and … Continue reading CofC in the Netherlands (Amsterdam): Public Health (Summer)

CofC in Spain (Trujillo): Spanish Language & Culture (Summer)

The best way to learn a language is to be fully immersed in it. Spend the extended summer earning CofC credit while taking language and culture classes in Trujillo, Spain. Classes are held in the Coria, a 15th century restored convent and you will live with host families in Trujillo, offering them an extraordinary opportunity to improve fluency in Spanish and experience the Spanish culture firsthand. Language classes will be integrated with experiences outside of the classroom. In addition to visits to local sites of interest, there will be excursions to other cities throughout the program. Continue reading CofC in Spain (Trujillo): Spanish Language & Culture (Summer)

CofC in India: Science, Religion, and Sustainability (Summer)

Geology, climate, religion, and culture have shaped the Indian subcontinent. In this unique course, we travel the length of the Ganges River from the Himalayan glaciers to the Sunderbans mangrove forests of the Bay of Bengal, studying how science, economics, sustainability, religion, pilgrimage, and cultures converge. Grab your travel gear and join us for an adventure of a lifetime! Continue reading CofC in India: Science, Religion, and Sustainability (Summer)

CofC in Nicaragua & Costa Rica: Exploring Sustainable Tourism(Summer)

Spend 15 days studying and living in Nicaragua and assess the degree of sustainability across many tourists’ activities. While learning about these activities and earning HTMT and BADM credit, students will also be able to participate in the activities that they are learning about. Continue reading CofC in Nicaragua & Costa Rica: Exploring Sustainable Tourism(Summer)

CofC in Trujillo, Spain: Spanish Language and Culture (Spring 2022)

The College of Charleston’s spring semester study abroad program in Trujillo, Spain is designed for students who major or minor in Spanish, or who are interested in earning 12 -15 credit hours of upper level Spanish; or for students from any academic discipline interested in developing fluency in Spanish while maintaining normal progress towards graduation. Classes are held in the Coria, a 17th century restored convent, from Monday through Thursday weekly, allowing students ample time to explore Spain. Students will live with local Spanish families. Continue reading CofC in Trujillo, Spain: Spanish Language and Culture (Spring 2022)

Exchange with Aalen University- Germany

Aalen, located in southwestern Germany at the base of the Swabian Alps in the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg. Its origins can be traced back to the Roman Empire at which a large Roman fort existed. Ruins of the old Roman limes (frontier wall) still exist. Today, Aalen is a communications center that celebrates its industries of optics, machinery, textile, and paper. There is almost 25% of Germany’s research and development capacity existing in Baden-Wurttemberg. Baden-Wurttemberg has many universities, most of which are internationally renowned. Continue reading Exchange with Aalen University- Germany

Exchange with American College of Greece- Greece

The American College of Greece (ACG) is a private university located in Athens, Greece that has been educating students for more than 140 years. ACG is home to more than 2,500 students from over 50 different countries. The campus is set on a hillside overlooking Athens and has many resources available for students including an excellent library and an Olympic sized swimming pool. Continue reading Exchange with American College of Greece- Greece

Exchange with American University Cairo- Egypt

Founded in 1919, the American University of Cairo (AUC) is a leading English language, American-accredited institution of higher education and a center of intellectual, social and cultural life located in the most populous city in the Arab world. Its community of students, parents, faculty and staff, trustees, alumni and other generous sponsors represent more than 60 countries all located on the university’s modern campus. AUC’s 260-acre campus includes everything a student could need from a state-of-the-art facility for advanced research to a library housing the largest English-language collection in the region. Continue reading Exchange with American University Cairo- Egypt

Exchange with University of Bamberg- Germany

The University of Bamberg was founded in 1972 and occupies some of the old buildings in the city. Unlike other German universities, Bamberg has only about 5,000 students. Therefore the possibility of close contact between students and professors ranks Bamberg as one of the most popular German universities. The city of Bamberg is also a drawing point for students to the University, hinted by its nickname “the Dream City of the Germans”. Continue reading Exchange with University of Bamberg- Germany

Exchange with Free University of Bozen-Bolzano- Italy

The Free University of Bozen-Bolzano is located in the capital city of South Tyrol, the German speaking region in the northern part of Italy. The university aims to offer students a multilingual, practice-oriented education that meets the demands of the local and the European labor market. Lectures and seminars are held in German, Italian and English and have a strong focus on internationalization. Continue reading Exchange with Free University of Bozen-Bolzano- Italy

Exchange with University of Cape Coast- Ghana

The University of Cape Coast is one of the rare sea front universities in the world, sitting on a hill that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. It is located five kilometers west of Cape Coast and operates on two campuses: the Southern Campus (Old Site) and the Northern Campus (New Site). Cape Coast is the capital of the Central Region, in southern Ghana. It’s known for its role in the transatlantic slave trade and is home to a rich history and many monuments. Two of the most important historical sites in Ghana, Elmina and Cape Coast Castle, are only a few kilometers from the university. Continue reading Exchange with University of Cape Coast- Ghana

Exchange with Caucasus University- Georgia

The history of Caucasus University began in 1998 when Caucasus School of Business was established. Its motto is “Studium Pretium Libertatis”. Caucasus University is an authorized higher education institution for students seeking a superior education. Its curriculum is supported by participation in international programmes and by visiting professors. Engaging teaching methods are used, and these are buttressed with professional experience programs and exchange programmes for both students and scholars. Continue reading Exchange with Caucasus University- Georgia

Exchange with De Montfort University- United Kingdom

De Montfort University (DMU) is located in the vibrant city of Leicester, approximately one hour via train from London. DMU has been acknowledged for its outstanding teaching and it is ranked in the top 3% of universities worldwide. Students can choose modules (courses) from the four faculties: Faculty of Art, Design and Humanities; Faculty of Business and Law; Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Media; and Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. Continue reading Exchange with De Montfort University- United Kingdom

Exchange with EDHEC Business School- France

EDHEC Business School is a French Business School connected with the Catholic University in Lille. It enrolls over 5,500 full-time students from 120 countries and offers highly competitive business degrees at undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate levels. The campus is an ultra-modern complex in a unique setting, which combines the advantages of a world-class technology hub with the legendary attractions of the French Riviera. Continue reading Exchange with EDHEC Business School- France

Exchange with University of Groningen- Netherlands

Founded in 1614, Groningen is renowned for being the most bicycle-friendly city in The Netherlands, even the suburbs connect to the city through special bicycle routes. The University of Groningen, a research university with a global focus, has approximately 27,000 students and 5,500 staff members both from the Netherlands and abroad. Continue reading Exchange with University of Groningen- Netherlands

Exchange with University of Hertfordshire- United Kingdom

Located in Hatfield, right outside of London, the University of Hertfordshire enrolls more than 27,500 students, 5,200 of whom are international. Declared the ‘Entrepreneurial University of the Year’ in 2010, the university prides itself on its innovative, creative and enterprising mindset. It has unique history of training aerospace engineers and is known for its strong offerings in computer science and physics. Student can enjoy the modern facilities of Hertfordshire’s two campuses, which are considered one of the ’greenest’ in the UK. Continue reading Exchange with University of Hertfordshire- United Kingdom

Exchange with Johannes Kepler University- Linz, Austria

Johannes Kepler University (JKU) is the largest research and teaching institution in Upper Austria and contributes to the maintenance and the development of the region. Exchange students are able to study a variety of subjects in English while living in the third largest city in Austria, Linz. The city is settled in Upper Austria, straddling the Danube River midway between Salzburg and Vienna. Continue reading Exchange with Johannes Kepler University- Linz, Austria

Exchange with Kansai Gaidai University- Japan

Kansai Gaidai University is a university of 14,000 students located in Hirakata, Japan, a busy city found along the Yodo River known for its infamous amusement park–Hirakata Park. Kansai Gaidai hosts 500 international students from 200 different institutions each year who represent 40 countries worldwide in order to learn about Japan and its neighboring countries through the university’s Asian Studies Program. Continue reading Exchange with Kansai Gaidai University- Japan

Exchange with Université Catholique de Lille- France

With a 125 year history and 14,000 students, Lille Catholic University is situated at the center of the Vauban district, a residential neighborhood in the heart of the city, made up of cosmopolitan markets, stylish shops, and beautiful gardens. More than 500 international students come to study at the university each year. At the heart of Europe, Lille enjoys an exceptional geographic location with easy access to the TGV (High Speed Train), the Channel Tunnel, and a motorway network. Continue reading Exchange with Université Catholique de Lille- France

Exchange with University of Ludwigshafen am Rhein- Germany

Ludwigshafen University of Business and Society offers a wide range of Business courses in both English and German. Ludwigshafen is a relatively new city, established only in 1853. It is predominantly an industrial city, but it sits along the beautiful Rhine river. The city’s growth and wealth were linked to its expansion into becoming the home for one of the world’s most important chemical companies – BASF, along with several other rapidly growing chemical companies.

An exchange at Ludwigshafen is perfect for Business students, especially those interested in Germany or learning German. It is a great introduction into one of Germany’s industrial hubs. Continue reading Exchange with University of Ludwigshafen am Rhein- Germany

Exchange with Management Center Innsbruck- Austria

MCI was established in 1995 by the University of Innsbruck and its Business School, the Tyrolean Chamber of Labor, and the Tyrolean Industrial Association. Thanks to its high-quality, customer-oriented programs, MCI has become one of the leading educational institutions in the Austrian and southern German region. Continue reading Exchange with Management Center Innsbruck- Austria

Exchange with NEOMA Business School- France

NEOMA Business School belongs to the ten best business schools in France, ranked in the Financial Times as one of the best European schools, and holds 3 top international accreditations: EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB. This is an opportunity to study in a historical French city along with 9,500 students from all over the world. Continue reading Exchange with NEOMA Business School- France

Exchange with University of Nottingham- Ningbo, China

The University of Nottingham Ningbo, China is the first Sino-Foreign University in China with approval from the Chinese Ministry of Education. It is run by the University of Nottingham UK with cooperation from Zhejiang Wanli Education Group-University. UNNC is a fast growing hub for excellence in research, innovation and knowledge exchange, ranking in the top 100 universities in the world. Continue reading Exchange with University of Nottingham- Ningbo, China

Exchange with University of Nottingham- United Kingdom

The University of Nottingham is a public research university in Nottingham, United Kingdom. It was founded as University College Nottingham in 1881, and was granted a royal charter in 1948. The University of Nottingham belongs to the elite research intensive Russell Group association. Continue reading Exchange with University of Nottingham- United Kingdom

Exchange with Queen’s University Belfast- Northern Ireland

Queen’s University Belfast is a public research university in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The university received its charter in 1845 as “Queen’s College, Belfast” and opened four years later. Queen’s offers academic degrees at various levels, with approximately 300 degree programmes available. Continue reading Exchange with Queen’s University Belfast- Northern Ireland

Exchange with Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)- South Korea

Sungkyunkwan University is a private comprehensive research university in South Korea. The institution traces its origins to the historical Sungkyunkwan founded in 1398 by the Joseon Dynasty located in the heart of central Seoul. Continue reading Exchange with Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)- South Korea

Exchange with Université de Strasbourg- France

The University of Strasbourg was founded in the 16th century by Johannes Sturm, a protestant scholar. Sturm created a Protestant Gymnasium in 1538 with the mandate of disseminating knowledge, one of the core values of Humanism. Through the years, the Gymnasium progressively developed into an Academy and a University before it finally became the Royal University in 1631. Continue reading Exchange with Université de Strasbourg- France

Exchange with University of Sussex- United Kingdom

The University of Sussex is a public research university located in Falmer, Sussex, England. Its campus is surrounded by the South Downs National Park and it is a short distance away from central Brighton. Continue reading Exchange with University of Sussex- United Kingdom

Exchange with Tallinn University of Technology- Estonia

Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) is the only flagship in engineering and IT science and education in Estonia, providing higher education at all levels in engineering and technology, information technology, economics, science, and maritime. TalTech’s mission is to be a promoter of science, technology, and innovation and a leading provider of engineering and economic education in Estonia.

Continue reading Exchange with Tallinn University of Technology- Estonia

Exchange with University of Tartu- Estonia

UT is Estonia’s leading centre of research and training. It preserves the culture of the Estonian people and spearheads the country’s reputation in research and provision of higher education. UT belongs to the top 1.2% of world’s best universities. Continue reading Exchange with University of Tartu- Estonia

Exchange with Technological University Dublin- Ireland

View the program flyer here: To learn more about student life at TU Dublin, watch this short video: Follow TU Dublin: The CIE will host an Exchange 101 Information Session on Wednesday, September 8th at 2:00pm For more information on … Continue reading Exchange with Technological University Dublin- Ireland

Exchange with Universität Tübingen- Germany

View the program flyer here: To learn more about the international student experience at the University of Tübingen, watch this short video: Follow the University of Tuebingen: The CIE will host an Exchange 101 Information Session on Wednesday, September 8th … Continue reading Exchange with Universität Tübingen- Germany

Exchange with University of Taipei- Taiwan

Established in 1895, University of Taipei (UT) is the oldest university in Taiwan contributing plentiful influential achievements in the development of the nation through its more than a hundred year history in education. UT is located in a vibrant international city with two campuses located in the political hub of Taiwan and Tien-Mu neighborhood adjacent to Yangmingshan National Park in Taipei. Continue reading Exchange with University of Taipei- Taiwan

Exchange with University of New South Wales- Australia

UNSW Sydney is (the University of New South Wales), one of Australia’s leading research and teaching universities. At UNSW, we take pride in the broad range and high quality of our teaching programs. Our teaching gains strength and currency from our research activities, strong industry links and our international nature; UNSW has strong regional and global engagement. Continue reading Exchange with University of New South Wales- Australia

American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS)

AIFS provides study abroad programs in 20 countries in Asia, Australia, Europe, South America, Central America and Africa. Continue reading American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS)

Academic Programs International (API)

API offers study, intern, and volunteer abroad programs across the globe. Browse the countries, cultures and languages our abroad programs are offered in. Continue reading Academic Programs International (API)

IFSA Butler

Learn About Scholarships, Grants & Internship Opportunities That IFSA Offers For Students. Find Your Favorite Study Abroad Location, Program Or School To Get Your Journey Started! Real-World Learning. Inclusive Excellence. Study Abroad Programs. Enduring Impact. Continue reading IFSA Butler

College Year Athens (CYA)

CYA (College Year in Athens) is a non-profit educational institution that has been acting as a cultural and educational bridge between the U.S. and Greece for over half a century. We aim to help students become global citizens who understand and appreciate other cultures. Continue reading College Year Athens (CYA)

ISA

International Studies Abroad / ISA is a program provider offering 68 abroad programs. Programs offered include Study Abroad, Internship, Volunteer, Intensive Language, Gap Year, and High School abroad programs in 29 countries such as Australia, Ireland, South Africa, and New Zealand. Continue reading ISA

SAI Study Abroad

Study abroad at the top schools for English-speaking students in Europe.
Since 1995, we have been dedicated to providing students with exceptional cultural and educational experiences abroad. Continue reading SAI Study Abroad

SEA Semester

SEA Semester® provides an experiential opportunity to gather firsthand knowledge that will influence students’ lifelong relationships with the ocean. As our society becomes more aware of how integral the oceans are to the planet, from climate patterns to energy production to the origins of life itself, we must also understand how to conserve these important resources. Moving beyond the textbook toward practical application, hands-on research, and personal experience, SEA Semester prepares students to take a more active role in solving today’s environmental problems. Continue reading SEA Semester

School for Field Studies (SFS)

Take your education out of the classroom. Study climate change and the environment in 10 countries. Semester & summer programs, financial aid available. Continue reading School for Field Studies (SFS)

School for International Training (SIT)

SIT programs are developed around a framework of the most critical global issues (CGIs) of the day. Our programs are interdisciplinary and appropriate for a variety of majors. Most programs address two CGIs within specific cultural and geographical contexts or comparatively across several countries and continents. Continue reading School for International Training (SIT)

University of Southern Mississippi (USM)

The British Studies Program, founded in 1976, is organized by Southern Miss through an academic consortium of colleges and universities. The program offers ten to fifteen different courses in various disciplines. Students will take one course and earn six credit hours through lectures taught by British scholars, artists, business leaders, and government officials, and through field excursions to various locations in and around London. On British Studies, London becomes the students’ classroom as they experience their subject first-hand and conduct research supervised by their professor. Continue reading University of Southern Mississippi (USM)