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ACC Summer Field Studies

The ACC Field Studies Program for advanced students of Chinese combines field experiences in rural China with advanced language courses for a 7-week total immersion. Admitted students will receive full scholarshps.
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ChineseAsia and Oceania Summer

AHA International in Athens, Greece

During the academic year, AHA offers a strong academic program in history, archaeology, art history, literature, classical studies, theater and modern Greek language. All courses are taught in English with the exception of language courses. Athens is your classroom--archaeological excursions and cultural outings provide an integrated approach designed to immerse you in the culture and diversity of Greece.
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Archaeology, Classics, European Studies, History, Literary and Cultural StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

AHA International in London, England

Experience London, Britain's cosmopolitan capital. Walk from the British Museum to the West End theaters. Experience the art, architecture, theater, and history of London. Explore Europe--London's location at the heart of Europe offers many opportunities for independent travel. Immerse yourself in this dynamic city of nearly eight million people. With 2,000 years of history and culture, London is also a modern center of commerce and politics, offering an array of rich experiences. Building on a quarter-century of academic excellence, AHA London offers courses in literature, politics, theater, history, and art history with an emphasis on experiential learning, supplemented by local outings and excursions. Internships are available for qualified students. Immerse yourself in the history, culture, and diversity of London.
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Art History, European Studies, History, Theater ArtsEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter, Winter/Spring, Spring, Summer

AHA International in Rosario, Argentina

Explore Rosario, located 200 miles upriver from Buenos Aires. Discover its rich history influenced by European ancestry and its flavorful charm evident in the language, style, and cuisine. Classes take place in the Rosario Center, a beautiful, historic building in the heart of the city. Courses are excursion heavy. Experience Argentina beyond the pages of your textbooks.
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Cross-Cultural Studies, History, International Relations, Latin American Studies, Sociology and Anthropology, SpanishLatin America Fall, Spring, Summer

AHA International in Vienna, Austria

The AHA Vienna program offers you the opportunity to study a variety of disciplines at the crossroads of Europe. The program makes use of Vienna's history as a focal point for European culture, art, music, literature, philosophy, and science. Classes take place at the AHA Vienna Centre, close to the city center with easy access by bus, streetcar, and subway. Walk from the center to many of the city's main governmental buildings, the University of Vienna, and Vienna's most beautiful city parks.
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Art History, European Studies, German, HistoryEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter, Summer

American Council of Teachers of Russian in Moscow

The American Councils Advanced Russian Language and Area Studies Program (RLASP) The academic program is designed to improve participants’ oral, listening, reading, and writing proficiency in Russian language and to develop their knowledge of Russian history, politics, culture, and society. The programs provide approximately twenty hours per week of in-class instruction in Russian grammar, phonetics, conversation, and cultural studies at Moscow International University, the Russian State Pedagogical University (Gertsen Institute) in St. Petersburg, and the KORA Center for Russian Language in Vladimir. One day per week of the academic program is set aside for local cultural excursions. A full-time U.S. resident director provides ongoing logistical support and emergency assistance to participants. Peer tutoring, internships, community service, and a broad range of extracurricular activities offer U.S. students a unique opportunity to connect with Russian friends and actively engage in Russian daily life. Please follow the links below for more detailed information.
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Literary and Cultural Studies, RussianEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

American Dance Festival Samuel H. Scripps Studios

The programs at the ADF's Samuel H. Scripps Studios are dedicated to providing a sound scientific/aesthetic base for all levels of training from beginning to professional. Our studios serve as a center for creative activity in Durham, North Carolina in which students learn in a welcoming and non-competitive environment from faculty who are experts in their fields. Our programs offer a variety of classes, for the dancer and non-dancer alike, designed to strengthen the body, increase flexibility of movement and foster an appreciation of dance.
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DanceUnited States and Canada Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

American School of Classical Studies at Athens

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens, located in the heart of Greece’s capital city, is one of America’s most distinguished centers devoted to advanced study in the humanities. The American School of Classical Studies provides graduate students and scholars from affiliated North American college and universities a base for the advanced study of all aspects of Greek culture, from antiquity to the present day. It also contributes considerably to the dissemination of information about Greek history and archaeology to the Greek public, as well as to the international and Greek scholarly communities. First and foremost, the School is a teaching institution, introducing graduate students in an academic-year program, as well as undergraduates and secondary school teachers in summer sessions, to the sites and monuments of Greek civilization.
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ArchaeologyEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Summer

American University in Beirut (Lebanon) Summer Arabic Program

The CAMES summer program in the Arabic language offers intensive courses at seven different levels: Introductory, High Introductory, Low Intermediate, Intermediate, High Intermediate, Advanced and Superior. The program emphasizes the instruction of Modern Standard Arabic or MSA (fusha). The program runs for six and a half weeks offering highly intensive course work in Arabic. The program is highly demanding, so students are expected to be totally committed and attend classroom and do homework on a daily basis.
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ArabicEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

American University in Cairo (Egypt) Summer Arabic Program

The university offers few accelerated courses during summer sessions. Summer A to begin second week of June and Summer B to begin first week of July; each session lasts for three weeks. Students can choose from a wide range of courses which are usually offered during the AUC summer session. This web page presents only the field study courses offered by AUC during the summer session .For other courses, Please consult the registrar's schedule of classes for a complete list. Extracurricular activities are planned for the students and faculty, including trips and cultural events, such as performances of Arabic music and art shows. An informal athletic program offers basketball, volleyball, tennis, soccer, and table tennis. Seminars and special lectures by distinguished visitors are also an occasional part of the summer and winter sessions. Housing, board, medical, and other university services are provided on the same basis as during the academic year.
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ArabicEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

American University in Paris

AUP offers now one seven-week summer term from early June to mid-July, when AUP students as well as visiting students from around the world can earn transferable academic credit in a full range of liberal arts disciplines. AUP Summer courses are adapted from the regular AUP curriculum to fit the intensive 7-week structure. They are offered for academic credit in the U.S. university system.
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Art History, Economics, English, Environmental and Technology Studies, French and Francophone Studies, History, International Relations, Mathematics, Political ScienceEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

API Madrid

Open to quarter/trimester students. The program provides advanced language instruction while allowing students to choose from Spanish cultural electives. The Complutense University of Madrid operates on a quarter system and offers 120 contact hours per term. Each quarter, students complete a Spanish language course and three cultural electives. Students who successfully complete the Academic Year Hispanic Studies program receive the Diploma de Estudios Hispánicos.
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European Studies, SpanishEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Fall, Fall/Winter, Winter, Winter/Spring, Spring, Summer

Arcadia CGS in South Africa

Arcadia offers students an extraordinary opportunity to study for a semester, year, or summer at one of three universities in the Cape Town area. South Africa's evolution to democracy has seen the implementation of a new constitution, new educational policies, new economic priorities, new health challenges, and a reintroduction of South Africa to the world stage. Arcadia's mandatory core course highlights current challenges and events, features guest lecturers drawn from national leadership, and offers students a chance to analyze South Africa's actions in the arenas of culture, public policy, and politics.
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African/African-American Studies, Development Studies, Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology and AnthropologyAfrica Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

Arcadia Summer in Bonn, Germany: Renewable Energy, Policy and Development

Study Renewable Energy, Policy and Technology, along with German Language and Culture. It's a five-week experience offering a unique interdisciplinary curriculum which offers an introduction to the field of renewable energies as a response to today’s climate and energy problems. Based at the University of Bonn, and taught in cooperation with the Initiative for Sustainability and Energy at Northwestern University (ISEN).
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Environmental and Technology Studies, GermanEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

AUCP: French in Provence

Formally recognized by the French national Ministry of Education, the American University Center of Provence provides a high quality academic and cultural experience for American college and university students. At the heart of international education, two full-immersion French programs combine an all French-speaking environment, individual homestay, language partner, personal interest activity, and community service with rigorous course work taught by French university faculty.
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Art History, French and Francophone Studies, Literary and Cultural Studies, Political Science, Sociology and Anthropology, Studio ArtEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

Augsburg CGE Mexico

Mexico is more than a spring break destination—it takes center stage in debates about globalization, U.S. immigration policy, and economic development. The program is based in Cuernavaca, a vibrant and cosmopolitan city in central Mexico known for its innovative grassroots organizations, education, alternative health practices, and history of social struggle, as well as its appeal as a manufacturing base for numerous multi-national businesses. Customized internships are available.
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Economics, Political Science, Religion, Sociology and Anthropology, Spanish, Women's and Gender StudiesLatin America Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

Bard Globalization and International Affairs program in New York

Bard College's Globalization and International Affairs (BGIA) Program provides a unique opportunity for university students and recent graduates from around the world to engage in the study and practice of: international law; international relations theory; global public health; political economy; international reporting; and other aspects of international affairs. BGIA is a small and highly selective program for 30 students each semester and 22 students each summer. BGIA was co-founded by the late James Clarke Chace, a diplomatic historian, former Managing Editor of Foreign Affairs, and the Paul W. Williams Professor of Government and Public Law at Bard College, and Jonathan Becker, Bard College Vice President for International Affairs and Civic Engagement. BGIA merges advanced coursework in international affairs with substantive professional experiences in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors, and provides a new generation of young leaders insight into careers at organizations such as: the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs; Human Rights Watch; Oxford Analytica; the Open Society Foundations; International Crisis Group; Amnesty International, and many more. During the fall and spring semester, which run 15 weeks, students typically intern 25 hours a week; during the summer program, which runs 8 weeks, students intern 40 hours or more a week. Over the past ten years, BGIA students have interned at over 140 organizations in New York. Their responsibilities have ranged from interviewing political asylum seekers from Central America to analyzing the efficiency of microfinance loans in Mongolia. The internship is an unparalleled opportunity for students to advance a senior thesis, prepare for graduate school or transition into a job in New York City. Classes are convened in the evening and are taught by leading practitioners and academics in a variety of fields of international affairs, offering students a unique lens through which to analyze the subject matter. Through the internship and coursework, the program ensures a deep understanding of not only international relations theory, but also its practical applications.
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Economics, International Relations, Political ScienceEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

British American Drama Academy

BADA runs two semester-long courses, the London Theatre Program and the Shakespeare Program, for which students from American colleges can receive full academic credit, and two one-month summer programs, Midsummer in Oxford and the Midsummer Conservatory Program, which are open to all applicants.
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Dance, Theater ArtsEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

Bryn Mawr College Summer Program in Avignon

The Institut d'études françaises d'Avignon, under the auspices of Bryn Mawr College, offers a six-week summer program of intensive work in significant aspects of French culture. This advanced program, established in 1962, is designed for selected undergraduate and graduate students with serious interest in French language, literature and civilization, and primarily for those who expect to engage in professional careers requiring a knowledge of France and the French language.
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Economics, French and Francophone Studies, History, Literary and Cultural StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

Budapest Semesters in Mathematics

Budapest Semesters in Mathematics provides a unique opportunity for North American undergraduates. Through this program, mathematics and computer science majors in their junior/senior years may spend one or two semesters in Budapest and study under the tutelage of eminent Hungarian scholar-teachers. The instructors of Budapest Semesters in Mathematics are members of Eotvos University and the Mathematical Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the two institutions known for having educated more than half of Hungary's highly acclaimed mathematicians.
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Mathematics, PhysicsEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

CAPA London

Study and intern in London through CAPA. Their spring quarter program fits into Carleton's spring trimester schedule, with courses in psychology, sociology, history and politics of the United Kingdom.
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Cross-Cultural Studies, European Studies, Sociology and AnthropologyEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

Carleton Economics Seminar in Cambridge, England - Summer 2012

Every summer since 1983, a member of the department leads a group of about 24 Carleton students in a program based at the University of Cambridge, the intellectual home of John Maynard Keynes and Alfred Marshall. Courses are taught by the program director and Professor Solomos Solomou, a member of the Cambridge economics faculty. Subject matter often includes the industrial revolution, the contemporary British economy and the history of economic thought. Though the seminar focuses on economics, it is open to all Carleton students. In addition to classroom study, students make a number of excursions to sites of cultural and economic interest. This includes a week-long trip to the north of England. During this trip, students see first hand a number of important artifacts from the industrial revolution. The program directorship rotates among members of the faculty.
EconomicsEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

Carleton Irish Studies Seminar in Ireland - Summer 2011

The program will spend a week in Louisburgh, Co. Mayo on Ireland's West Coast, a month in Dublin, and a month in Belfast. Students will design an independent project using research, writing, and images to supplement the courses and display their knowledge of Irish literature and culture. Prerequisites include two Courses in English literature and English 249 (Irish Literature) is strongly suggested.
English, European StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

Caux Scholars Program

The Caux Scholars Program offers a multi-disciplinary approach to personal introspection, conflict transformation, transformational justice, and principled leadership. CSP involves training with a strong emphasis on the psychological and relational aspects of conflict and the necessity of personal transformation for true reconciliation and sustainable solutions to conflicts. The program emphasizes the role and responsibility of the individual in conflict transformation. Through class sessions, sharing with their fellow students and participating in the Initiatives of Change conferences, the Caux Scholars learn how to welcome personal change in order to initiate a global change for peace.
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International RelationsEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

CEA in San Jose, Costa Rica

Guarded by majestic volcanoes and green hills honoring the natural beauty that exists throughout the nation’s terrain, San Jose is a city that takes pride in its rich traditions and democratic freedom. World class museums, parks, theaters, and historic buildings are only a few reasons this city is worth discovering. Study Spanish in Costa Rica as CEA offers various options for study abroad San Jose programs. Study abroad in San Jose.
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Environmental and Technology Studies, Latin American Studies, SpanishLatin America Fall, Winter, Winter/Spring, Spring, Summer

Center for Study Abroad: Beijing Language & Culture University

The Beijing Language and Culture University (BLCU) was founded in 1962. It was first called the Preparatory School for Foreign Students. It is the only university whose main function is to teach Chinese language and culture to foreign students. Over the last 30 years, more than 20,000 foreign students have graduated from BLCU. Every year, about 3000 students from many countries, and more than 1000 Chinese students study here.
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Asian Studies, ChineseAsia and Oceania Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

CET China: Chinese Studies & Internship in Shanghai

This semester or summer program provides students with a general foundation in Chinese language and modern Chinese history, while targeting the specific areas of economics, politics and international relations through specialized classes, internships, activities and field trips. The program's capstone course, History of Shanghai in the Modern Era, grounds students in their environment and gives them the tools to research and understand their new surroundings. Electives in economics, international relations and political science further students' learning about China's role in globalization. Courses are taught in Chinese and English. Students of any language ability level are welcome to apply to the program's Internship Track, where they will intern at an organization or company that specializes in an area of particular interest to them. CET's well-known Chinese language classes and innovative activities round out this exciting new program!
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Asian Studies, Chinese, East Asian Studies, HistoryAsia and Oceania Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

CET China: Intensive Chinese Language in Beijing

The goals of CET's Beijing Chinese Language program are twofold: rapid improvement of language skills and a solid understanding of contemporary Chinese society. Weekly themes integrate the intensive curriculum--a lecture class might introduce the "Chinese family"; family planning policies are debated during drill class; students interview a Chinese family for language practicum. A full-time language pledge and dorm rooms shared with local Chinese students round out this rigorous program.
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Asian Studies, Chinese, East Asian StudiesAsia and Oceania Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

CET China: Intensive Chinese Language in Harbin

Students abide by a full-time language pledge and explore Harbin, a location chosen for its standard Mandarin, with Chinese roommates. The curriculum, perfect for students with research interests, includes one-on-two drill classes, small group electives and student-designed independent study classes--a student favorite. Students who have completed at least four terms of college-level Chinese or the equivalent are eligible for the program, while those students who have completed four years or the equivalent of college-level Chinese may elect Harbin's "research track". Designed for advanced learners of Chinese, particularly those who are enrolled, or are planning to enroll, in a graduate program, the research track allows students to conduct guided thesis research under the direction of a Chinese faculty member. Research track students also take Classical Chinese, an area of study that prepares them for further research in their chosen field of study. Finally, a composition or pronunciation class rounds out the research track curriculum.
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Asian Studies, Chinese, East Asian StudiesAsia and Oceania Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

CET China: Summer Intensive Chinese Language in Kunming

Make huge strides in your Chinese language skills during a specialized and intensive summer term. Outside of class, the city of Kunming boasts a mild summer climate and a unique panoply of ethnic minority cultures, making CET Kunming a perfect complement to a spring semester in Beijing or Shanghai. The program requires a minimum of three semesters of previous Chinese language study. Intensive language classes are flanked by Chinese roommates and a full-time Chinese language pledge.
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ChineseAsia and Oceania Summer

CET Italy: History of Art & Italian Studies in Florence

CET Florence is for academically-minded students who want to uncover Italy from one of its most beautiful and cosmopolitan cities. Courses highlight Florence’s position as a modern international city with a long artistic history. Academic disciplines include: Italian language, history of art, studio art, political science, banking, economics and history. CET and Vanderbilt University jointly operate this program. It is a good fit for students of all majors and Italian language levels who seek a serious academic alternative to some of the larger programs in Florence.
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Architecture, Art History, History, Political Economy, Political Science, Studio ArtEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

CET Italy: History of Art and Italian Studies in Siena

A medieval city located just south of Florence, and off-the-beaten-path from many other American study abroad programs, Siena offers an ideal location from which to view Italy's rich artistic and cultural legacy. You will not only be surrounded by beautiful art resources, you will also be uniquely immersed in contemporary Tuscan life. A variety of challenging courses takes you out of the classroom and into the streets and museums of Siena, Florence, and more distant cities. Enrolling a smaller group of serious students, this program offers an alternative to many of the larger programs in Florence. With its special focus on the history of art and Italian Studies, it also offers a unique lens through which to view Italy's inspiring history and culture. There is no language prerequisite for this program.
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Art HistoryEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

CET Jordan

CET Jordan students have their sights set on mastering Arabic. Students dive head first into language learning, taking courses in both formal and informal Arabic. Middle Eastern studies courses, language partners, local roommates and a language pledge ensure that students return home well versed in Arabic and its contexts. This program is for serious students with at least two terms of previous Arabic language study under their belt.
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Arabic, Economics, History, Literary and Cultural Studies, Political ScienceEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

CET Prague Film Production

Prague, Czech Republic: Is this study abroad program for you? CET Film students produce and direct their own stories on 16mm or 35mm film. Students take a practicum and electives at FAMU, the Film and Television School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. They participate in all aspects of filmmaking: directing, cinematography, screen writing and editing. The program is open to challenge-seeking students who are excited to collaborate with peers and mentors.
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Cinema and Media StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

CET Prague Summer

Prague: Home to Good King Wenceslas. Seat of the Holy Roman Empire. Prague is a perfect launch pad for an exploration of Central Europe’s history, politics and culture. The CET Prague Summer program is a good fit for academically serious students who wish to pursue an interdisciplinary summer program of history, film studies, Jewish studies and history of art.
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Art History, Cinema and Media Studies, History, Literary and Cultural StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

CET Prague: Film Production

The curriculum for the Film Production program is entirely integrated so that all courses work toward the production of a super 16mm narrative or documentary film, which students create in small groups. In the fall semester, students with previous production experience may apply to work in 35mm. Space on the 35mm program is limited and is granted on a competitive basis. The program adopts a mentorship approach so that students learn directly from experts in directing, screenwriting, cinematography, and more. Each production group includes Czech film students and CET students of similar abilities and experience. All students take the Film Technology and Practice class, a Czech language course and up to three courses from the FAMU International program. All FAMU International courses are taught in English and include other international students. The Film Production program is offered every fall and spring semester.
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Cinema and Media StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

CIEE Amsterdam & Groningen

The program at the CIEE Study Center in Amsterdam is designed to provide students from a wide variety of academic backgrounds with the opportunity to explore the social, political, environmental, and cultural realities of Amsterdam and the Netherlands. This program is comprised of two sessions: Society, Environment, Transportation and Space: The Dutch Experience in Groningen and Contemporary Dutch Social Policy in Amsterdam.
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Environmental and Technology Studies, European StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

CIEE Beijing: Summer Intensive Chinese Language

The program at Peking University is designed for students who have studied one to three years of college-level Mandarin Chinese and who wish to further develop their language skills and cross-cultural training within a beautiful university campus in Beijing. Students are divided into four levels for intensive Mandarin language training: intermediate, high intermediate, advanced I, and advanced II. CIEE students are partnered with a Peking University student upon arrival to facilitate cross-cultural discussion and individual tutoring of the Chinese language. The program supplements the language training with weekly excursions to various areas in Beijing and has an experienced on-site director to support each student.
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ChineseAsia and Oceania Summer

CIEE Botswana Summer Community Public Health

The summer Community Public Health study abroad program in Gaborone, Botswana is designed for students with an interest in public health issues in developing countries; the governmental, societal, and environmental factors that influence healthcare; and international health issues including HIV/AIDS. Students should expect to learn about overcoming challenges in healthcare from the context of a developing nation.
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Biology, Environmental and Technology Studies, Public Health/Pre-Med StudiesAfrica Summer

CIEE Brazil: Intensive Language and Culture

The summer Intensive Language and Culture study abroad program in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil is designed for students with at least two years of college-level Spanish or one year of Portuguese who wish to learn or improve their Portuguese in an intensive setting and learn about contemporary issues in Brazil.
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PortugueseLatin America Summer

CIEE Brussels: Summer Business, Communications, & Culture

The six-week summer program at the CIEE Study Center in Brussels is designed for students from a wide range of disciplines, with an interest in learning about the unique political and cultural position of the Capital of Europe. Participants take courses in business, communications, or international relations and undertake a for-credit internship if they choose.
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International Relations, Political ScienceEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

CIEE Buenos Aires, Argentina: Summer Community Public Health

This program is designed for students with intermediate and advanced Spanish language skills who wish to explore health care issues from a social science perspective. Students should expect to learn about overcoming challenges in health care from the context of a developing nation.
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Public Health/Pre-Med Studies, SpanishLatin America Summer

CIEE Dublin, Ireland: Summer Irish Studies

Gain an in-depth look at Irish culture through coursework and cultural excursions. You'll live at Dublin City University, with its compact high-tech campus, University clubs, sports facilities, and close proximity to the center of Dublin. Participate in one or two three-week sessions and can join CIEE and partake in cultural activities, such as visits to museums, cathedrals, galleries, and historic sites; day trips to Dublin Castle, the Hill of Tara, and Newgrange; and a field trip to Western Ireland (Session I) and Northern Ireland (Session II).
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European Studies, History, Literary and Cultural StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

CIEE France: Contemporary Music Creation and Critique

The Paris Contemporary Music Creation and Critique program offers students interested in sound and music creation intensive exposure to the manifold resources of the IRCAM (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique). Over 4-weeks, students will be trained in sound synthesis, patching, sound sculpting, and the IRCAM’s cutting-edge composition software while also benefitting from the Agora Music Festival that brings together renowned and budding composers and performers from all over the world. This summer program also invites students to expand their knowledge of contemporary critique and theoretical work in music, sound, listening, technology and creation today.
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MusicEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

CIEE Guanajuato, Mexico: Summer Spanish Language

his program is designed for highly motivated students from all disciplines with two semesters or more of Spanish. It is ideal for students interested in learning about Mexico from a critical perspective, for those who wish to advance rapidly in their Spanish skills through constant, respectful interaction with locals, and for those looking to challenge themselves both personally and intellectually.
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SpanishLatin America Summer

CIEE Monteverde, Costa Rica: Tropical Ecology and Conservation Summer

The summer Tropical Ecology and Conservation study abroad program in Monteverde, Costa Rica is designed for students with biology-related majors who have completed at least one semester of college-level biology plus one additional semester of college-level biology, ecology or environmental science and who seek intensive, sophisticated tropical field and science course work in Costa Rica from both theoretical and taxonomic perspectives. All courses are taught in English.
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Biology, Environmental and Technology Studies, SpanishLatin America Summer

CIEE Paris: Summer Language + Culture

This program is designed for students at all levels of French who wish to deepen their understanding of the language and culture of France. Students may take intensive French language courses at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels, or focused, stimulating content courses—taught in French and English—related to French literature, philosophy, disability studies, Francophone studies, art history, and history.
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French and Francophone StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

CIEE Santiago, Dominican Republic: Summer Community Public Health

This program is designed for students with an interest in Spanish language, medicine, and the allied health professions in the context of underdevelopment and public health.
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Public Health/Pre-Med Studies, SpanishLatin America Summer

CIEE Siem Reap, Cambodia: Summer Cambodian Studies

The seven-week summer program in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, Cambodia is designed for students to learn the history of Cambodia-from the ancient times to 1970s-and come to understand it as a case study for geopolitical issues such as nation-building, radicalism, corruption, democracy, and economic development.
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Development Studies, History, South Asian StudiesAsia and Oceania Summer

CIEE South Africa: Summer South African Studies

Study in southern Africa through CIEE, taking a combination of CIEE courses and direct enrollment courses in Cape Town or Stellenbosch, South Africa. Refer to the CIEE website or consult the Off-Campus Studies staff for further information.
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Development Studies, History, Urban StudiesAfrica Summer

CIEE Spain Summer

Language and Culture programs in Alcala de Henares, Alicante, Barcelona, and Palma de Mallorca give students the opportunity to develop advanced language skills and increase their knowledge of Spanish culture.
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European Studies, SpanishEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

CIEE Tokyo: Summer Japanese Studies

The Summer Program CIEE Study Center at Sophia University is designed to provide students with a supportive learning environment while students attend two courses at the Summer Session for Asian Studies at Sophia University’s Faculty of Liberal Arts. This program is ideal for students that wish to learn about Japanese culture, language, and society during a one month period while living in Asia’s most dynamic cities.
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JapaneseAsia and Oceania Summer

CIEE Turkey: Contemporary Turkish Studies

The summer program in Istanbul, Turkey is designed to give students the opportunity to learn first-hand about contemporary Turkey through special courses in Turkish history, literature, politics, visual arts and music, and society.
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History, Music, Political Science, Sociology and Anthropology, TurkishAsia and Oceania, Europe/UK & the Middle East Summer

Coe College Wilderness Field Station

Imagine that you are sampling aquatic organisms in an ecosystem where the water is so clean you can actually drink it straight from the lake! Imagine you are writing your Nature Writing essay propped against a rock looking up a lake where the forest stretches unbroken for miles and you see no human sign, and hear no human sound! Imagine you satisfy your lab science requirement studying island biogeography on a 10-day canoe trip into the unfragmented wilderness of Ontario's Quetico Provincial Park. Imagine you are describing the evolving dynamics of your own group in your journal around a campfire, as wolves howl in the distance. Imagine you are taking a class at the Coe College Wilderness Field Station.
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Biology, Environmental and Technology StudiesUnited States and Canada Summer

College Year in Athens (CYA)

The College Year in Athens experience is designed to guide students to a greater understanding and appreciation of Greece—ancient, medieval and modern—and the surrounding region. The program of studies juxtaposes the history and contributions of ancient Greece with the Greece of today: a country situated at the confluence of Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa, partaking of the culture of her neighbors to the north, east and south, and bound to them by history and geography. From the start, the academic aim of College Year in Athens has been to enable students to come to grips with their subject matter in ways that are unavailable in other locations and contexts.
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Archaeology, ClassicsEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

Columbia University Summer Language Program in Beijing

The Summer Language Program in Beijing is an intensive nine week Chinese language program for students with at least one semester of Chinese. Based at the Central University for Nationalities (CUN), students can explore the rich cultural resources of Beijing.
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ChineseAsia and Oceania Summer

CUPA Summer in Paris

CUPA Summer is an immersion program in Paris which provides intensive work in French language, a selection of content courses in Art History, Literature, or the Social Sciences, and abundant opportunities for significant contact with the French language and culture. Students who wish to pursue special interests while in Paris such as research or advanced fine arts or music are also encouraged to apply, as CUPA can arrange a tailor-made program suited to their needs.
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French and Francophone StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

DIS Denmark: Architecture & Design

The program is designed for students majoring in architecture, interior design, interior architecture, urban design, landscape architecture, and graphic design. The Studio core course and study tours will expand your professional skills and knowledge through interaction with Danish architects and designers; familiarize you with contemporary Danish, Scandinavian, and European architecture, design, and theory; enable you to recognize and analyze the effects of cultural, economic, and political life on architecture and design, and vice versa.
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Studio ArtEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

DIS Denmark: Child Diversity and Development

TOGETHER ... the core courses and study tours offer you: an understanding of the Danish educational system, social policy, and pedagogical philosophy; reflective and analytical skills linking theory with practice through interaction with children and child development professionals at Danish educational institutions ;real-life insight into the complex issues of diversity, integration, and education by working with children in the practicum setting.
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Educational Studies, Psychology, Sociology and AnthropologyEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

DIS Denmark: International Business

The International Business & Economics program is designed for students majoring in business, economics, or related fields. It offers you: the ability to understand and analyze how businesses operate and create value in the European and global marketplace; hands-on insight into the European corporate world through cases with real companies and business visits in Denmark and Europe; a solid knowledge of the European business environment, including the EU laws and institutions which regulate business practices and trade; an understanding of the forces behind globalization through theories of trade, capital markets, and economic development.
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Economics, European Studies, International RelationsEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

DIS Denmark: Justice & Human Rights

From the fall 2011 semester, the European Politics & Society program divides into two separate programs, Justice & Human Rights and European Politics. This is the page for the Justice & Human Rights program. If you are planning on coming to DIS in spring 2011, please visit the European Politics & Society program page. Justice & Human Rights is designed for students of political science, international relations, law/pre-law, human rights and similar fields. The core course and study tours will provide you with a thorough understanding of the legal aspects and political context behind major human rights violations in Europe.
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European Studies, History, International RelationsEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

DIS Denmark: Psychology

Psychology at DIS will introduce you to recent developments and research in the area of positive psychology, including the impact of genetic (‘nature’) and environmental (‘nurture’) factors on happiness. Explore constructs of well-being and happiness as well as ways in which positive emotions influence cognition, health, wealth, and social relationships. Examine why Denmark routinely tops the lists of happiest places in the world!
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Cognitive Science, Neuroscience, PsychologyEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

DIS Denmark: Public Health

The Public Health program is designed for students exploring career opportunities in public health, either from a policy, sociology, or pre-med background. The core course and study tours offer you a Northern European perspective on salient aspects of public health, e.g. prevention, health promotion and quality improvement, an understanding of the challenges of health policy making, prioritization, and health economics, and the ability to derive comparative insight from analysis of different national health care systems.
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Public Health/Pre-Med StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

DIS Denmark: Sustainability in Europe

The Sustainability in Europe program is designed for students of environmental studies, environmental science, management, public policy, and students generally interested in environmental affairs. The core course and study tours will enhance your understanding of the divergent goals and processes connected with sustainable development. You will be introduced to a broad range of Danish and European stakeholders currently shaping the sustainability agenda, and encouraged to identify your own values and strategies for a sustainable future.
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Development Studies, Environmental and Technology StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

Duke in China

Duke Study in China (DSIC) was inaugurated in 1982. It is one of the longest-running credit-granting programs in China administered by an American university. The program offers an intensive summer language program based in Beijing. The program is based at the prestigious University of International Business and Economics in Beijing (UIBE). UIBE is located in the Chaoyang District of Beijing, which is convenient to downtown, and has a modern, well-designed, picturesque campus.
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ChineseAsia and Oceania Summer

Duke in Geneva

The Global Education Office for Undergraduates, the Markets and Management Studies Program and the Philosophy Department of Duke University offer a six-week, two-course summer program in Geneva, Switzerland entitled, “Globalization: Issues in Business Management and Political Philosophy.” Home to a hundred multinational businesses, the European base of the United Nations (UN) and of all the non-governmental organizations (NGOs) which deal with it, Geneva provides a relevant location in which to study both the character and practice of international business and its impact on global issues of human rights, ecological protection, disarmament, and economic development.
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Economics, International RelationsEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

EcoQuest New Zealand

In partnership with the University of New Hampshire Department of Natural Resources, the EcoQuest Education Foundation is offering a study abroad program of intensive, applied field studies in ecology, resource management and environmental policy. We welcome applications from eligible students at accredited colleges and universities worldwide. All EcoQuest programs promote conceptual thinking, applied and integrated science, and multi-disciplinary approaches to environmental and resource management issues. Program delivery takes place in a variety of ecosytems, ranging from the mountains to the sea.
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Biology, Environmental and Technology StudiesAsia and Oceania Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

Eugene O'Neill National Theater Institute in Connecticut or Moscow

At NTI you have one semester – fourteen weeks – to delve deeply into the craft of theater. Seven days a week, from sun up to sun down, you train with working professionals who challenge you on every level to develop your instrument, expand your artistic horizons, and be a more malleable artist that is truly present and pliable in the moment. With the ensemble of fellow students you create a community that has only one goal: to make bold, new theater. NTI is a kind of crucible. Through the intensity of the regimen, the rigor of the classes, and the creative pressure of the collaborative process, you strengthen your craft and theatrical vision. You enter as a student; you emerge later on as a better artist.
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Dance, Theater ArtsEurope/UK & the Middle East, United States and Canada Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

Georgetown in Tours

Based in France's fabled Loire valley, this seven week program offers linguistic and cultural immersion through a program of courses and field trips complemented by homestay with native host families. First, all students attend a two-week “Cultural Integration Workshop,” (CIW) taught by Georgetown faculty members and surveying current socio-cultural and linguistic realities in France. After a few days off, each student is placed in one of 9 levels of a four-week, multi-level intensive language session at the Institut de Touraine, a renowned institution specializing in French-language programs for foreigners. The program is open to Undergraduate and Graduate Students at all levels of French (except full beginners).
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French and Francophone StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

Hebrew University Arabic Immersion Program

The program is designed for second year undergraduate students and upwards, graduate students and professionals interested in acquiring a knowledge of Modern Standard Arabic. The program is based on the principle of total immersion – the constant and exclusive use of a language in its native social and cultural environment. Studies combine formal classes, interaction with native speakers outside the classroom and exposure to the religious and cultural elements that have left their indelible mark on the Arabic language.
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Arabic, Literary and Cultural Studies, ReligionEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

IES Argentina

The IES Abroad Buenos Aires, Argentina program allows you to build your Spanish language skills in one of Latin America's most exciting cities. IES Abroad area studies courses are offereed in Spanish or English depending on which track you take: Beginning and Intermediate Spanish Program, Advanced Spanish Program and Advanced Spanish Honors Program. You're encouraged to enroll in courses at select partner universities in Buenos Aires, as well as service learning and internship opportunities that are available.
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Cinema and Media Studies, Dance, Economics, History, International Relations, Latin American Studies, Music, Political Science, Spanish, Studio ArtLatin America Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

IES Chile: Santiago

IES offers 3 programs in Santiago, Chile. The Santiago Program: The IES Abroad Santiago Program allows you to fully immerse yourself in the daily life and culture of Chile while studying the Spanish language and Latin America. Courses are taught in Spanish by distinguished professors from IES Abroad partner universities. Santiago Summer - Health Studies Designed for advanced Spanish students in health-related majors, this program offers you valuable insight into Santiago’s health care system. Develop experience through clinical observation and participation in public health care projects, while improving your communication skills through a Spanish course for health practitioners. All courses are conducted in Spanish. Santiago January Term - Health Studies The program consists of one course, Health Studies: Clinical Observation and the Cultural Aspects of Health Care in Chile, divided into two components: Clinical Observation and Intensive Spanish for Beginners. The primary component, Clinical Observation, allows you to observe patient care in public and private clinics. A classroom seminar provides a framework for clinical observations and analyzes themes such as efficiency, equity, and the quality of service delivery to patients. Intensive Spanish for Beginners is designed to help you develop Spanish language skills focusing on medical terminology.
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Public Health/Pre-Med Studies, SpanishLatin America Fall/Winter, Winter, Summer

IES China: Beijing

Beijing is a city of contrasts - a modern Asian boom-town that strives to preserve the cultural landscape of its glorious past while all around the glass and steel emblems of its dynamic present flourish. As the political and cultural capital of China, Beijing attracts people from all over the country, and IES Abroad Beijing students are directly exposed to the numerous challenges being addressed in both the personal and political realms of modern China. While its new high-rises and financial institutions testify to its booming economy, remnants of Old Beijing remain. Streets lined with dumpling and noodle stands, beautiful parks bedecked with pagodas, and 19th century homes with graceful four-walled courtyards still charm visitors from around the world. Students can experience Beijing's energy first-hand through three distinct IES Abroad program options.
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Asian Studies, Chinese, East Asian StudiesAsia and Oceania Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

IES Dublin: Theater Performance Program

Over the course of the summer, you will come to know Dublin's winding streets and unique charm through a variety of culturally enriching opportunities. The program offers enrollment at the acclaimed Gaiety School of Acting- National Theatre School of Ireland, housing in fully-equipped student apartments, and field trips throughout the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Courses are taught by Gaiety School of Acting (GSA) instructors. Your coursework focuses on Acting and Devising, Movement for the Stage, Voice for the Stage, and Theatre Studies and Textual Analysis. These courses will be held at the GSA, and are worth 6 credits total
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Theater ArtsEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

IES France: Paris

IES Abroad also offers you a unique opportunity to focus on issues of the Francophone world. IES Abroad courses taught exclusively in French by mostly native French faculty in the following disciplines: art, cinema, francophone history, literature and local university courses at prestigious institutions in Paris. Other exciting aspects of the program include: gain international work experience and unique cultural exposure through internships at leading French museums, businesses, schools and NGOs, integrate into local culture by living in a homestay or in a private apartment building and exciting field trips to destinations such as Fontainebleau, Vaux-le-Vicomte, Normandy, Versailles, Giverny, Provins, and Mont Saint-Michel.
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Art History, Cinema and Media Studies, European Studies, French and Francophone Studies, Literary and Cultural StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

IES Germany: Berlin

The IES Abroad Berlin Language & Area Studies Program draws upon Berlin's rich culture and tradition to connect coursework subjects with the living history of the city. The program offers IES Abroad courses taught in German by German faculty, as well as access to classes at a number of Berlin universities, including the renowned Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
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European Studies, German, History, Political ScienceEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

IES Italy: Milan

The IES Abroad Milan Center is located in the city's historic center, near the prestigious Università Cattolica and within walking distance of the Duomo, Basilica di S. Ambrogio, and the Castello Sforzesco. The Center contains multimedia classrooms, a student lounge, music practice rooms, a library, a faculty lounge, staff offices, and digital photo facilities. The Università Cattolica, IES Abroad's main partner institution, provides IES Abroad students with access its many amenities, including one of Italy's largest and most important libraries, computer labs, study rooms, a student health center, travel agency, cultural and sports opportunities, and an inexpensive student cafeteria.
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Art History, European Studies, History, Literary and Cultural Studies, MusicEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

IES Japan: Tokyo

Tokyo is a modern city of wonderful contrasts. Its dignified temples and shrines stand quietly in the shadows of massive skyscrapers. Tokyo's modernity and fast pace are somehow subdued by the serene charm of its many parks and the quiet courtesy of its people. Both energetic and graceful, Tokyo is a gateway to the fascinating culture of Japan. You can experience everything Tokyo has to offer through one of our unique programs.
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Asian Studies, East Asian Studies, JapaneseAsia and Oceania Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

IES Madrid

The IES Abroad Madrid Program is designed for those who want to experience the vitality of Spain by living in its capital city and through course enrollment at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM), one of the country’s most distinguished universities. The IES Abroad Madrid Center is located in the heart of the Universidad Complutense’s main campus, inside the San Agustín Residence Hall. This location provides many opportunities to interact with the Spanish students living in the Colegio.The facilities include an outdoor swimming pool, student lounge and garden with WiFi Internet access, library, small gym, classrooms, and offices. Two museums, the Museo de América and the Museo del Traje, are within walking distance of the Center.
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Art History, European Studies, Literary and Cultural Studies, SpanishEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

IES Melbourne

The IES Abroad Melbourne program is organized by the Australian Centre of the University of Melbourne, which is known as a leader in research and interdisciplinary teaching and has received national and international recognition for its work in developing Australian Studies. The program is designed to introduce you to the historical, cultural, and political life of Australia through enrollment in two courses.
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Cross-Cultural Studies, Literary and Cultural StudiesAsia and Oceania Summer

IES Rome: Italy

Rome is one of the world’s most exciting cities, a place where 2,500 years of historical monuments dot the landscape of a vibrant, modern metropolis. The Rome Winter Quarter program takes advantage of IES Abroad’s central location in the eternal city where you can explore the glories of Roman history and the enchantment of contemporary Italy. Learn about Christian history with visits to the Vatican museum; study the treasures of the Renaissance with site visits throughout Rome; immerse yourself in the culture of modern Italy through a course on Cinecitta, Italy's "Hollywood on the Tiber;" or study the economic problems and opportunities of the European Union in a leading EU capital city. All of these are possible through the IES Abroad Rome program.
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Art History, Economics, European Studies, International Relations, ReligionEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

IES Vienna

Located in the heart of Europe, Vienna is a city of almost 2 million inhabitants that since its founding in the 3rd century, has served as a bridge between a myriad of cultures. Situated on the Danube River not far from the Alps, Vienna is the capital of Austria and an EU member state that enjoys advantages as a crossroads between East and West, North and South. It hosts a wide variety of international organizations and, with its historical roll in music and the arts, offers cultural opportunities that are second to none. Its concert and opera performances, art galleries, museums, and parks are just some of the reasons why Vienna was recently rated the city with the highest quality of life in the world!
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Art History, European Studies, MusicEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

IFSA-Butler: Buenos Aires

Program courses conducted in Spanish by Argentine faculty, Advanced Spanish and Argentine Culture course is mandatory for all students, one must choose at least one optional program course: Latin American and Argentine Literature or Argentine History.
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Latin American Studies, SpanishLatin America Summer

IFSA-Butler: Egypt

Most students know Egypt for its ancient civilization and some of the world's most recognized monuments, including the Giza pyramid complex and its Great Sphinx. However, the country is also a vibrant society whose economy is rapidly developing as a result of modern investments, political stability, and recent trade and market liberalization. Better understanding and cooperation between the U.S. and the Middle East is more important than ever. Our programs in Cairo and Alexandria will help you gain valuable language skills and crucial knowledge of the culture, history and politics of the Middle East. Few places in the world can rival the excitement and rich heritage of this country, so apply now and prepare to immerse yourself in the wonder that is Egypt.
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Arabic, Art History, Economics, International Relations, Literary and Cultural Studies, Music, Political Economy, Political ScienceEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

IFSA-Butler: Merida

Spanish language and culture classes in Merida, Mexico. The IFSA-Butler orientation includes a day trip to the archaeological site of Dzibilchanltun and to the beach port of Progreso, orientation also includes a tour of Mérida with historical information and social composition. The program fee includes three day-long field work experiences that are part of the academic program; destinations include an archaeological site in a historical town, fishing village, or nature preserve. Also included are cooking classes and exposure to the unique regional cuisine. The IFSA-Butler staff also organize outings to cultural events, museums and theaters.
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Latin American Studies, SpanishLatin America Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

Irish Studies Summer School at Trinity College in Dublin

The University of Dublin, Trinity College, in co-operation with USIT, offers an accredited Summer School in Irish Studies on campus in Trinity College, Dublin. Now in its twenty first year, the school is an opportunity to develop a deep understanding of contemporary Ireland. Carefully constructed parallel module courses introduce the student to Irish literature, history, politics, social and cultural studies, Gaelic literature and folklore and the visual arts. Apart from lectures and seminars, the school also includes cultural events and study related field trips. The Summer School takes place over seven weeks, June to August, every year.
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History, Literary and Cultural Studies, Theater ArtsEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

ISA San Jose, Costa Rica

ISA students will be engaged both culturally and academically while studying at Veritas University or the ULACIT (Latin American University of Science and Technology). For convenience, the ISA office is located on the university side of town. Students rave about the ISA staff and the program's success in helping them to achieve their study abroad and foreign language goals. At the ISA office, participants can check e-mail, obtain travel information, receive tutoring, and obtain details for upcoming ISA excursions. Participants find the San José study abroad program particularly rewarding due to the friendly locals (called Ticos) and numerous activities the city has to offer. Also an important highlight is San José's central location which makes it easy for touring beautiful Costa Rica.
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Economics, Latin American Studies, Public Health/Pre-Med Studies, Sociology and Anthropology, SpanishLatin America Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Spring, Summer

ISA Santander - Menendez Pelayo International University

Santander, located in northern Spain, offers an extraordinary landscape on the shores of the Bay of Biscay and has been described as Spain's "most elegant city." While the climate throughout much of the year is rainy, Santander is full of beauty with lush green trees and rolling green hills surrounding the city. With this green backdrop, Santander's beaches are known to be the best and most appreciated natural spaces, offering both small and large sandy beaches, some sheltered from the wind with calm waters and others open to the bay with more surf. Next to these beaches, beautiful natural areas look out over the coast, like Piquío with its emblematic gardens. Also, the Parque de La Magdalena faces the island of Mouro and surrounds the Palacio de la Magdalena, the most famous view in Santander.
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European Studies, SpanishEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

John Felice Rome Center

As the oldest continual U.S. university program in Italy, the John Felice Rome Center is well equipped to help you make the most of your time abroad, whether you are in the classroom, at an internship, in service, or on the road. JFRC's goal is to provide you with an intense educational experience that is infused with the flavors and excitement of living in Rome. From the moment you arrive, you will be exposed to the vast Italian landscape and immersed immediately into its dynamic, beloved culture. Our world-renowned faculty will lead you along the way through enriching curricula, exciting study trips, eye-opening service projects, and experiential learning through internships. Of course, you will come here to have fun and make connections as well. The JFRC provides plenty of opportunities to engage with the campus community through sporting events, dining, music, spiritual gatherings, and site-seeing. If you are like past students, you will make lifelong friends through all these avenues.
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Art History, Classics, European Studies, History, ReligionEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

London School of Economics - Summer School

LSE Summer School is the largest university summer school in the UK, with over 4,000 students attending in 2010. We offer over 60 intensively taught 3-week university level courses in Accounting, Finance, Law, Economics, International Relations, Government and Society, and Management. Courses are attended by students and professionals alike.
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Economics, International RelationsEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

Marchutz School in Aix-en-Provence, France

An internationally known painting school in the south of France, the Marchutz School takes an interdisciplinary and holistic approach to art education. The Marchutz School leads students to unify spontaneous perceptual painting and drawing with extensive museum and site-study in Europe and intensive critical dialogue amongst students and artists at all levels. The mission of the Marchutz School is threefold: to enhance awareness of the relationship between perception and imagination, to develop historical and critical perspectives, and, above all, to develop the student's capacity to see. Students at Marchutz look around them as well as within themselves until their artistic expression springs from a union of sight and insight.
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Art History, Studio ArtEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

NYU Accra, Ghana

At NYU Accra, the capital city of Ghana, you'll have an exciting opportunity to experience firsthand the diversity and complexity of West Africa. In virtually any field of study, you'll find courses that challenge and inform, question and reveal. The academic program in Accra is unique among our sites because in addition to taking courses at the NYU Center you will have the opportunity to enroll directly in the local university to complete part of your course work. As you sit in class with the best and the brightest of Ghana's youth, you'll be taught by the nation's finest scholars.
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African/African-American Studies, Cross-Cultural Studies, Linguistics, Urban StudiesAfrica Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

NYU Paris

At NYU in Paris, the city is your classroom. You'll acquire or improve your French language skills while exploring the art, literature, politics, and history of this unparalleled city. The NYU Center in Paris is located on the Right Bank near the Eiffel Tower and the Trocadero. Courses are available at the NYU Center, at the University of Paris, and at the Institut d'Études Politiques. All students take a required Workshop in French Language and Culture, which is an intensive two-week, two-credit French class at the start of the program and continue to study French for the rest of the semester. All courses maintain a tight focus on France - it's history, politics, literature, and arts - and are offered in both French and English.
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French and Francophone Studies, Literary and Cultural StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

NYU Summer in Madrid

NYU Summer in Madrid offers Spanish language courses at all levels, including intensive study, as well as Spanish literature, culture, fine arts, history, and cinema courses in English or Spanish. Courses are taught by NYU in Madrid faculty and Spanish university professors who are recognized experts in their fields. Students also enjoy a full range of cultural activities, seminars, and excursions led by experts in history, art, and architecture. Visits include the world-renowned Prado museum, other important museums and monuments, and Old Madrid, the "Greenwich Village" of this historic city. In addition, students' knowledge and understanding of Spain is broadened by excursions to other regions and cities such as Cordoba, Granada, and Toledo.
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European Studies, History, Literary and Cultural Studies, SpanishEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

NYU Summer in Prague

NYU Summer in Prague gives students the opportunity to study history in the making; the city itself combines medieval, Renaissance, baroque, and modern influences. The Czech Republic gained membership in the European Union in 2004, and Prague is an ideal place in which to observe the evolving cultural politics of the "new" Europe. Courses revolve around modern Czech and Central European literature and culture; Central European cinema; the art and architecture of Prague; Central European and Czech history, politics, and economics. An introductory intensive Czech language class is also available. All content courses are taught in English.
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Art History, Cinema and Media Studies, Literary and Cultural Studies, Political ScienceEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) in Costa Rica: Tropical Biology

Live and work at 6 different field stations, in 6 different ecosystems throughout Costa Rica. The Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) ecology, complemented by a strong foundation in the social, political, economic, and scientific aspects of resource management and conservation. The semester program, designed for biology majors but open to students from all disciplines, represents a unique opportunity to learn about the inner workings of field ecology under the direct guidance of experienced ecologists. Our programs are academically rigorous and field-based. Students have ample opportunity to enjoy a hands-on, participatory learning process, as well as to expand their academic and personal horizons in the context of a supportive learning environment.
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Biology, Environmental and Technology Studies, Latin American Studies, Sociology and Anthropology, SpanishLatin America Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) in South Africa: Global Health Issues

This course integrates classroom and field instruction to introduce students to the fundamental principles of South African medicine and public health systems. Students will study topics including infectious diseases, epidemiology, virology and zoonosis, sexual health and reproductive issues, environmental health (vector ecology, water quality, waste management, entomology, toxicology), global health issues (emerging tropical diseases), and traditional and alternative medicine. Students will study current techniques and concerns in South African medicine and public health, analyze the impact of climate change for human health, and analyze the social and economic determinants that contribute to the expanding impact of infectious diseases. Students will learn firsthand about South Africa’s health care system, from the primary care in rural communities to large urban systems.
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Public Health/Pre-Med StudiesAfrica Summer

Round River Conservation Studies in Canada

The Taku offers students the opportunity to experience an intact wilderness ecosystem by living and working in remote camps reached only by floatplane, hiking, and/or running the river. Students often begin with fisheries work on Atlin Lake - British Columbia’s largest natural body of freshwater- that includes snorkeling surveys for grayling and Bull trout, gill netting Lake trout, visiting with members of the Taku River Tlingit First Nation, and learning about important cultural sites. Students spend the majority of their time in the Taku watershed helping to record the traditional oral history of Tlingit elders, collecting grizzly bear DNA through non-invasive hair snaring, conducting amphibian studies, and ground-truthing habitat models for species such as the woodland caribou.
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Biology, Environmental and Technology StudiesUnited States and Canada Summer

Round River Conservation Studies in Wyoming

This is our newest student program, and we completed the Summer 2010 season with more possibilities and enthusiasm for future efforts than could have been anticipated. We have always said that getting involved early on research projects was one of the most dynamic periods because so many of the questions are still being formulated. This program is allowing students to have significant input in the direction of subsequent work. The overall theme of the Wyoming-based program is looking at issues related to climate change and how that is affecting local ecosystems and the people and animals living there.
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Environmental and Technology StudiesUnited States and Canada Summer

Rutgers: Koobi Fora Field School in Kenya

So you want to dig up ancient bones and artifacts in Africa this summer? Well, the National Museums of Kenya, in collaboration with Rutgers U's Program of Human Evolutionary Studies in the Department of Anthropology and the Rutgers Study Abroad program, offer a unique opportunity at a summer field school in Koobi Fora, Kenya, where you'll do just that and a whole lot more. Come and join us in Northern Kenya for the premier Paleoanthropology Field School in the world! Explore our new focus on Primatology meets Paleoanthropology - new field projects and exciting new visiting professors promise to make this upcoming field school better then ever.
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Archaeology, Biology, GeologyAfrica Summer

SEA Semester

By coming to SEA, you can get a semester’s credit for a 12-week program that takes place half on shore and half at sea. Our interdisciplinary program begins in Woods Hole, one of the world’s great centers for ocean research. Here you will study the chemistry, biology, physics, and geology of the oceans and you will design your own research project that you will carry out at sea. You will learn the history and culture of mariners who for centuries have gone to sea, an ancient tradition that you will join. You will discuss the major policy issues that will be tomorrow’s headlines. And you will learn what it requires to take a vessel under sail safely to the deep ocean and to international ports.
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Environmental and Technology Studies, Geology, Marine Biology, Marine EcologyUnited States and Canada Fall, Winter, Winter/Spring, Spring, Summer

Semester in Environmental Science (SES) at Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole, MA

The Semester in Environmental Science is a 15-week fall semester at the Ecosystems Center of the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. The curriculum provides an intensive field and laboratory-based introduction to ecosystem science and the biogeochemistry of coastal forests, freshwater ponds and estuaries. The curriculum leads students to develop research questions of their own. Equipped with new knowledge and techniques learned in the first weeks of the semester, they pursue independent research during the last six weeks of the program. SES students report their findings at a final symposium that is open to the entire Woods Hole scientific community, a world center for marine and environmental sciences.
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BiologyUnited States and Canada Fall, Summer

Siena School for Liberal Arts

The Siena School is a Cultural Institute which, in close collaboration with two non-profit organizations, is committed to running semester and summer study abroad programs where our students become a vital part of our ongoing cultural and social work. We believe in teaching our students how the academic content of our courses can be translated into a deeper understanding of our country and in socially meaningful projects. Studying at the Siena School means listening to all that Italy has to offer and giving back to our city as you become a contributing part of it. The Siena School semester programs are all based on three corner-stones: cultural immersion; Italian language; home-stays. All of our classes are small and we guarantee a high degree of interaction between teachers and students. We offer our students the possibility of enrolling in a series of more traditional, lecture-based courses or of experiencing community-based learning in our internship program in art and/or social work.The Siena School specializes in the following areas of study: history of art, art, social sciences and humanities.
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Art History, History, Sociology and Anthropology, Studio ArtEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

SIT China: Community Health and Traditional Chinese Medicine

From barefoot doctors to traditional remedies, the Chinese public health system has drawn increasing attention in the West. In the SIT Community Health and Traditional Chinese Medicine program, students examine Traditional Chinese Medicine and public health issues by working with professionals in the field in both urban and rural settings. Students learn and practice an array of traditional techniques alongside professionally experienced medical doctors, usually trained in both Western and traditional Chinese medicine. Students observe traditional practitioners of herbal medicine, acupuncture, and massage therapy, and, in some cases, receive practical training. Additionally, students receive acupressure charts, sterile acupuncture needles, and models to practice on, as well as tuina massage practice bags, moxibustion sticks, and cups for cupping. The program’s books, among the best available on Chinese Traditional Medicine, are bilingual and cover theory, diagnosis, tuina massage, acupuncture, and moxibustion.
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Asian Studies, Chinese, East Asian Studies, Public Health/Pre-Med StudiesAsia and Oceania Summer

SIT Iceland: Renewable Energy, Technology, and Resource Economics

Examine the physical processes of energy utilization and the economics of energy use and its environmental impact. The Iceland: Renewable Energy, Technology, and Resource Economics study abroad program is offered in the summer. The program’s small group size facilitates exemplary student support. Iceland is a world leader in developing the use of renewable energy. While this is partly attributable to the country's ample endowment of geothermal and hydroelectric resources, Icelanders have also made unique economic choices, valuing the social benefits of energy independence differently than much of the world. Students gain insight from the Icelandic experience that can be applied elsewhere in the world.
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Biology, Environmental and Technology StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

SIT India: Himalayan Buddhist Art and Architecture

Students can expect to: Examine Vajrayana Buddhist culture, which nourished a rich, visual tradition in sculpture, painting, and architecture; Consider the ancient civilizations that thrived in the Himalayas; Travel through the valleys of Spiti, Ladakh and Zanskar, on the Tibetan plateau; Discover the symbolism and cultural and religious significance of ancient Indian art nestled in remote locations; Learn introductory Hindi & Witness the stunning natural landscape and unusual wildlife of the western Himalayan area. The program features an 8-credit seminar on Himalayan Buddhist art and architecture.
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Art History, Asian StudiesAsia and Oceania Summer

SIT Jordan: Intensive Arabic Language Studies

The SIT Jordan: Intensive Arabic Language Studies program is an intensive, field-based Arabic language immersion program held during the summer. Based in the capital city of Amman, students are fully immersed in an Arabic-only environment and learn through a combination of classroom instruction, field exercises, and meaningful homestay experiences. Complementary educational excursions outside of the program base reveal Jordan's rich heritage, culture, and geography while providing diverse contexts in which to practice language skills. Students have the unique opportunity to live with a Bedouin community during their excursion to the Badia area of Jordan. Group excursions to both the north and south of Jordan include site visits to Petra, the Dead Sea, and Aqaba while providing myriad opportunities to learn Arabic in customized field-based settings.
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ArabicEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

SIT Morocco: Intensive Arabic Language and Moroccan Culture

The SIT Morocco: Intensive Arabic Language and Moroccan Culture program is an intensive field-based Arabic language immersion program offered during the summer. While instruction is focused primarily on Modern Standard Arabic (fus’ha), students also learn Moroccan Arabic (darija) through classroom instruction during orientation and time with host families.
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Arabic, Religion, Sociology and AnthropologyAfrica Summer

SIT South Africa: Education and Social Change

More than a decade into democracy, South Africa continues to struggle with the legacy of apartheid. From the Soweto uprisings to contemporary campus life, educational institutions in South Africa have long been sites of social struggle and political organization, as well as centers of learning and formal education. This program examines the role of education in South Africa in the context of the country’s historical circumstances, contemporary public policy, and social and economic development. Students typically spend time at primary, secondary, and tertiary schools, as well as adult educational centers in urban and rural KwaZulu-Natal. The Zululand rural homestay period includes a one-week practicum and observation of nearby educational institutions.
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Development Studies, Educational StudiesAfrica Summer

SIT Switzerland: International Studies and Multilateral Diplomacy Summer

Based in Geneva, this program provides a thorough background in international studies. Students examine the political, economic, security, strategic, and environmental dimensions of the rapidly evolving international system in the context of globalization. The program focuses on the strategies of international, supranational, and nongovernmental organizations in addressing current challenges to peace, stability, and sustainable development.
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Economics, International Relations, Political ScienceEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

SIT Uganda and Rwanda: Peace and Conflict Studies in the Lake Victoria Basin

This groundbreaking study abroad program, offered during the summer, engages students with the active peace-building and NGO community in the Lake Victoria Basin. Students experience two homestays, one in each country, as well as multiple educational excursions to carefully selected sites including the Rwanda Genocide Memorial. The program combines coursework in the classroom with experiential field visits to historical and cultural sites as well as to communities, NGOs, and government departments working in peace-building, reconstruction, and recovery. Students have lectures, classroom discussions, readings, and de-briefings on history, contemporary politics, and the role of the state.
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African/African-American Studies, History, International RelationsAfrica Summer

Spanish Studies Abroad: Alicante, Spain

If you are looking to study abroad in Spain, you will find that the city Alicante provides a friendly and welcoming atmosphere with many opportunities to meet Spanish students and enjoy the local culture. Spanish Studies Abroad students study onsite at Universidad de Alicante, which allows students at any Spanish language level the opportunity to become integrated into Spanish student life.
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SpanishEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Fall, Fall/Winter, Winter, Winter/Spring, Summer

Spanish Studies Abroad: Cordoba, Argentina

For a true cultural immersion experience with ample opportunity to improve your Spanish, Córdoba is an ideal destination. While studying abroad in Córdoba, you will not only learn a new language, but also learn more about yourself and others through your interactions with Argentine culture. The sights, sounds, and tastes that you experience during your daily life in Argentina will help you to define your experience and teach you about the Argentine way of life.
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Latin American Studies, SpanishLatin America Full Academic Year, Fall/Winter, Winter/Spring, Summer

Spanish Studies Abroad: Cuba

Spanish Studies Abroad offers you a unique opportunity to study on-site in Cuba, one of America's nearest and most significant neighbors. You will take classes at the Universidad de la Habana, Cuba's principal and earliest institution of higher education. Our programs also include participation in an array of cultural activities and study trips designed to encourage direct interaction with the Cuban people.
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SpanishLatin America Fall/Winter, Winter/Spring, Summer

Spanish Studies Abroad: Seville

Seville, a beautiful and ancient city on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, is the centerpiece of your study abroad experience. Seville has a temperate climate and rich cultural life. As the land of Carmen and Don Juan, Seville embodies the culture of Southern Spain.
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SpanishEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Fall, Fall/Winter, Winter Break, Winter, Winter/Spring, Summer

Tel Aviv University - Summer Language Program

The Ulpan is offered twice each year, in the summer and winter prior to the beginning of each semester. Undergraduate and graduate students alike enroll in this course prior to beginning their overseas programs. The goal of this course is to equip students with the language skills required to enhance their Israel experience. Additionally, students may apply only for the Ulpan and earn a total of 6 academic credits upon successful completion. This rigorous course, which meets five times per week for five hours, is offered twice a year, before the beginning of each semester.
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Arabic, HebrewEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

The Ailey/Professional Performing Arts School

In The Ailey School/PPAS Program, 70-80 Dance Majors attend academic classes every morning at the Professional Performing Arts high school from 7:45am to 1:20pm. In the afternoon, a school bus takes them to The Ailey School where they attend two dance classes from 1:45pm to 4:30pm. Students are placed in one of four technique levels at a placement audition at the beginning of the school year. Each level takes in a broad curriculum of 7 to 10 classes each week that includes ballet, modern dance, West African, Jazz and other techniques. The curriculum is designed to promote consummate technical progress appropriate for each student's age and stage of physical development. The weekly schedule is supplemented by regular workshops and lectures on dance history, nutrition, anatomy, injury prevention, body conditioning, music for dancers, West African dance, improvisation, career transition, college preparation, and audition practice. Workshops are taught by the distinguished faculty and staff of The Ailey School.
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DanceUnited States and Canada Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

The Alliance for Global Education in Beijing

This program offers students 12 class hours per week of Chinese language during the fall and spring semesters and 15 hours per week during the summer as well as the opportunity to examine modern China through courses in English in several disciplines including economics, film studies, women’s studies, and cultural studies. Students may enroll for a semester, summer, or academic year, or a combination of a semester and summer term. Students are encouraged to consider spending their second term in China in a different Alliance program to deepen their knowledge of China’s regional diversity. Click here to view a full listing of textbooks and lessons by Alliance program and Chinese language level.
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Chinese, East Asian Studies, Economics, Political Economy, Political ScienceAsia and Oceania Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

The Alliance for Global Education in India: Development, Environment, Public Health

The program is designed for students from a wide variety of majors and academic interests, with a curriculum that spans development studies, economics, public health, environmental studies, international affairs, political science, film and media studies, anthropology, history, and women's studies. By providing a core academic base and allowing progressive specialization though electives, culminating in an internship or directed research project of the student's own choosing, the Alliance's Contemporary India program takes an interdisciplinary yet focused approach to these timely and provocative issues, both as they apply to India and in their global context.
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Asian Studies, Development Studies, Political Economy, Public Health/Pre-Med Studies, South Asian StudiesAsia and Oceania Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

University of Georgia in Cortona, Italy

This Program provides a challenging opportunity for the serious art student who wishes to combine international travel with an intensive studio and classroom experience. The medieval hilltown of Cortona offers a rich historical environment where students can easily integrate with the lifestyle of a typical Italian community. Students can choose from a variety of classes each semester. During the spring or fall, students should select 4 courses. All students are required to take Art History 3020. They can select 3 additional classes from those offered. During the summer, students can take 3 classes. They are highly encouraged to take Art History 3020 as it is such an important part of the program. Non-studio majors who have not completed Drawing I, Color Theory, 2-D and 3-D Design can choose from Ceramics, Jewelry, and Paper Making/Book Arts. During the spring semester, several Creative Writing courses are offered. During May and June, three Maymester programs are scheduled to be offered - Science, Viticulture/Enology, and Drama.
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Art History, English, Studio ArtEurope/UK & the Middle East Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

University of Haifa: Summer Intensive Language

The Intensive Hebrew Summer Ulpan brings students from over 40 countries to the University of Haifa to study Hebrew in one of the most effective language learning programs in Israel. The Ulpan is designed for those who want to immerse themselves in an intensive language acquisition experience that is personally enriching as well as academically demanding. Instruction is offered on all levels from beginning to advanced. The Summer Ulpan is divided into two independent four-week sessions, each offering all levels of proficiency. Students may register for either or both sessions.
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Arabic, HebrewEurope/UK & the Middle East Summer

University of Minnesota in Mérida, Venezuela

Live and study in Venezuela. Spend the semester surrounded by the peaks of the Andes. Explore the cloud forest, ride on the tallest cable car in the world, visit Angel Falls, eat arepas, and become an expert at reaggaton all while enjoying great individual academic attention by native Venezuelans and living "la vida chevere."
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SpanishLatin America Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

University of Minnesota in Montpellier, France

Live and study in Montpellier, one of France’s fastest growing cities and an emerging cultural and educational center. Within easy reach of both mountains and the Mediterranean, and home to 100,000 university students, Montpellier is a young, vibrant city with a centuries-old history of intellectual advances and social tolerance. It is the ideal place for an introduction to French language and culture. Based at the Paul Valéry University, the liberal arts division of the University of Montpellier, this program also provides access to the highly regarded medical, engineering, and law departments through an extremely flexible course structure. Choose from a mix of special courses with American and foreign students, and regular University of Montpellier courses with French students. Host family, apartment, or dormitory living allows for different types of integration into everyday French culture. Supplemental excursions introduce the unique flavor of southern France.
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French and Francophone StudiesEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

University of Minnesota in Toledo, Spain

This program is offered in collaboration with the prestigious José Ortega y Gasset Foundation and the University of Minnesota. Based in a converted 16th Century convent, the program offers modern learning facilities surrounded by spectacular views of the city, and easy access to the downtown area and public transit. In addition to the opportunity to improve Spanish language ability, the program offers a wide range of courses in the humanities, social sciences, and arts. Located just an hour from Madrid, Toledo is an excellent base from which to explore Spain.
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SpanishEurope/UK & the Middle East Full Academic Year, Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer

Waseda Oregon Summer Japanese Program

The Waseda Summer Japanese Program offers 12-15 quarter credits (8-10 semester credits) of Japanese language in six weeks. The first three weeks take place at the Seminar House in Hachioji, and the following three weeks take place at the main waseda campus in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The Summer Japanese Program has four (4) levels of Comprehensive Japanese and Japanese Language Skills Course offered including workshops. The Comprehensive Japanese level that a student is placed into determines which workshops he/she can take. Waseda gives an online placement test to all participants, no matter what their language background.
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JapaneseAsia and Oceania Summer

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