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Rutgers University of New Jersey

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Program Details • Volunteer at a local NGO or tutor Koc students at the English Language Center. • Room with a Turkish student. • Gain useful advice from a Turkish student mentor and an academic advisor. • Join the International Student Society and make new friends in. Program Overview Program Description: Koc University is a [...]

Texas A&M University Study Abroad in Montreal, Canada

PROGRAM COMPONENTS Choosing a Program With the thousands of programs available to students, choosing a program for you can be overwhelming. Below are some things to consider when choosing a program. Questions to ask yourself Courses? What kind of courses are you looking to take? What courses will your academic department let you take away [...]

GirlCode Gap Semester Program *NEW Program*

PROGRAM COMPONENTS The GirlCode Gap Year Program is designed for a group of self-directed, independent women who want to learn to code and be immersed in a growing startup. Explore yourself, New York, computer science, and alternative education. WHY LEARN TO CODE?WHY GIRLCODE?DAILY SCHEDULEMENTORSHIP AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENTTUITION & DATESWHY LEARN TO CODE? Learning to code [...]

IES Abroad London Summer Direct Enrollment – University College London

PROGRAM COMPONENTS OVERVIEWAcademicsField Trips & EventsDaily LifeOVERVIEW Why London? There is something irresistible about London. Maybe it’s the sights like Big Ben or the Tower Bridge that already feel familiar. Or the international character that is evident in every neighborhood, where people of different cultural, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds live and work together. Whatever it [...]

Summer Course in Turkey: Urban Political Ecology on the Road

PROGRAM DETAİLS Koç University is one of the most renowned private universities in Turkey since 1993. Along with the prestige of the University, it is one of the universities with the highest education in Turkey. Koç University is a university with a modern campus in a wooded area outside Istanbul's city center. Koç University also [...]

Siena Italian Studies (SIS): Summer Programs

Program Details Siena Italian Studies is a program based at the International Center for Intercultural Exchange in Siena, Italy. SIS’s programs are a ‘gentle full-immersion’ in Italian life for highly motivated beginners, intermediate and advanced Italian language studen. Program Overview Program DescriptionSetting DescriptionProgram Description Classes are taught using an instructional approach known as FICCS (Full-Immersion: [...]

Study Abroad in Granada, Spain

About the City From the majestic courtyards and mosaics of the Alhambra to the lush gardens of the Palacio del Generalife, Granada’s cultural, artistic, and historic heritage has been shaped by centuries of diverse influences. Today, Granada´s culture reflects its Christian, Arabic, Romani, and Jewish roots in a model of mutually respectful, multicultural living. Often [...]

Study Abroad Programs

Study Abroad Programs are for experiential education. Picture the world as your classroom with each destination a new interactive textbook where instead of reading, you are experiencing history, art, culture, fashion, food and the arts in real-time! Maybe you have traveled overseas and had a taste of exploring a foreign city, a sandy beach, or a historical landmark. If you are looking for countries to study abroad and another opportunity to travel, to discover, learn, understand and connect with new people, studying abroad is a great option.

As an undergrad, you want to venture out, build confidence, participate and learn by doing, seeing, and traveling. Maybe you want to study marine biology and rescue birds from oil spills but you live in a non-coastal state. Or maybe you are trying to understand history and archaeology from an urban jungle. Understanding new environments, languages, and cultures breeds an appreciation for what you have, or where you come from. It also opens your eyes to what is going on in the global landscape. Rather than studying words on a page, the element of participation, learning to say hello in a foreign language, or visiting heritage landmarks and museums might just stretch the parameters of your thinking. So for those of you who aspire to potentially open new avenues – academically and personally, read on to get started searching for study abroad college programs.

Study Abroad Programs are available around the world! If you are interested yet slightly intimidated about how to find Study Abroad Programs? No worries. Here are a few tips to get you started.

Study Abroad Programs are available in different subjects. If you know what you want to study, go right to the ‘select a specialty’ menu. Are you a musician? Consider studying music in Vienna. Maybe you think it would be to fascinating to study technology in Japan, art history in Italy (as you sip a perfect espresso), Fashion Design in Paris or business in London, England. Or maybe you are interested in a Spanish Immersion program. Learning a second language is considered a fantastic way to strengthen the brain. Programs are available for elective credits and to support your major or minor.

If you know what country you want to go to, initiate your search for college study abroad programs with the ‘select a country’ menu. Spain, Italy, UK, Ireland…popular countries to study abroad around the world. Each of the countries may even have cities to choose from. Countries to study abroad are vast and each have its own nuances so choosing one that fits your personality and lifestyle will help your study abroad program be extremely successful for your personal growth.

If you know when you can actually get away (you’re thinking MayMester Intercession or Summer), use the ‘select a term’ menu to find year round or undergrad-term specific study abroad programs. This also gives you some food for thought. Using your spring break to learn about the rainforest in Brazil or learn French in France might be a pretty great way to spend your time.

There are so many personal reasons that undergraduates study abroad. Apart from learning about (fill in the blank) you are opening up new possibilities for personal growth and discovery. Whatever you decide to ‘do’ in your work life, confidence and self-reliance are assets. And let’s not forget communication skills! Navigating new surroundings (literally) is an experience that is likely to help you when it comes down to landing a dream job and learning the ropes of a new position. Studying abroad puts you into a new category, the ‘international’ potentially cultured, bilingual, self-assured student. So get excited about your education…look for Study Abroad Programs from just about anywhere on the globe!