This collection of websites brings you a vast
array of programs for the college student looking to study
abroad. One word of caution. Be sure to check with your academic
advisor to make sure that your college or university will accept
credits earned abroad with any program you choose before you
sign up. And always explore your schools study abroad office
first when considering international education. They should be
your primary source for study abroad information.
Programs International offers students the opportunity to
experience the world, study in a foreign country, and earn U.S.
university credit. An independent study abroad organization, API
provides living, travel, educational, and cultural opportunities
for U.S. students in France, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Mexico,
Poland, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
Institute For Foreign Study (AIFS)
Institute For Foreign Study and its family
of companies organizes cultural exchange programs throughout the
world for more than 50,000 students each year and arranges
insurance coverage for our own participants as well as
participants of other organizations.
CEA is a study overseas organization providing language
study programs and English elective programs from foreign
accredited universities. CEA’s programs also include
unparalleled services such as transfer credit assistance,
housing placement, course registration, support staff, organized
excursions, study abroad scholarships and financial aid
assistance. CEA has dedicated staff to help you at every stage
of the process. Through language immersion and/or cultural
immersion during a semester abroad or a summer abroad, you can
add international study to your resume, learn about new
cultures, meet new people, and study Spanish, French, English or
Italian as you travel the world.
The Center for
The Center for
Cross-Cultural Study has provided unique learning
experiences for students in the historic city of Seville, Spain
since 1969, Havana, Cuba since 1996, and is now offering
semester programs in Córdoba, Argentina. CC-CS facilitates a
true cross-cultural exchange by inviting students to expand
their world-view through intense immersion in these three
fascinating cities. With a strong dedication to academic
integrity and an emphasis on the personal growth of the student,
CC-CS has developed a reputation for the superior quality and
value of its programs.
Center For Study Abroad
Center For Study Abroad (CSA) has been providing affordable,
high quality, and fully accredited programs overseas to
students, working adults and retirees worldwide. Programs are
open to all adults from all countries, for study abroad is for
everyone. CSA's mission has always been to provide quality
programs at a lower cost, as well as offer a lot of flexibility
to best fit each participant. That's why we are unique and stand
out from the many other companies providing similar programs.
The College Consortium
for International Studies
Consortium for International Studies, a partnership of
colleges and universities -- two and four year, large and small,
public and private, domestic and foreign -- encompasses the
broad spectrum of international higher education. Recognizing
the value of such experiences in fostering global understanding
and peaceful cooperation among nations in an increasingly
interdependent and rapidly changing world, CCIS is committed to
developing international dimensions as an integral part of
Institute for the
International Education of Students
IES (renamed the Institute for the International Education
of students in 1997), is a global, non-profit organization based
in Chicago with nearly 30 programs in 15 countries. It's mission
is to provide students and U.S. colleges and universities with
high-quality academic study abroad programs that foster
Partnership for Service-Learning and Leadership
Partnership for Service-Learning and Leadership, founded in
1982, is a not-for-profit educational organization incorporated
in New York State serving students, colleges, universities,
service agencies and related organizations around the world by
fostering programs that link volunteer service to the community
and academic study. By studying at a local university and
serving 15-20 hours per week in a school, orphanage, health
clinic or other agency addressing human needs, students find
their knowledge of the host culture--and of themselves-- take on
greater depth and meaning
International Studies Abroad is a study abroad provider for
10 countries and 18 different cities! ISA has been providing
study abroad programs since 1987. Our study abroad programs
include cities in Argentina, Australia, Chile, Costa Rica,
Dominican Republic, England, France, Italy, Mexico, and Spain.
Semester at Sea
Sea takes students to the four corners of the world, making
their campus truly global in scope. The mobility of a floating
university, and the opportunity for first hand observation and
participation that it provides, will bring an intense new
dimension to your academic career.
Semester in Spain
in Spain, a program of Trinity Christian College, has
offered Spanish courses in Seville since 1977. Our program
combines challenging academic study (beginning, intermediate,
and advanced levels) with practical opportunities for students
to practice what they learn. With its location in Seville,
Semester in Spain is designed to provide a rich academic and
cultural experience as well as foster lasting relationships
between our students and the Spanish people.
StudyAbroad.com is one of the leading online resource for
study abroad information including a comprehensive directory of
study abroad programs and destination information. The site is
ideal for the prospective student looking to obtain more
information about studying abroad.
Australia provides opportunities for you to take classes
that are not commonly offered at home, including specialized
Pacific Rim courses. With participating universities in both
Australia and New Zealand, you have many choices when selecting
your preferred learning environment and studies.
Tips for Traveling
If you are traveling abroad here are the
top 10 tips you need to make your trip easier from the U.S.
Department of State.
Tips for Studying
Studying abroad can be a fun and safe experience but it is
important to realize that you are subject to the laws and
customs of another country. Here are
some tips prepared by the Office of Overseas Services of the
U.S. Department of State to help keep you prepared and safe.
University Studies Abroad Consortium
Studies Abroad Consortium, affectionately known as USAC, is
a consortium of 30 U.S. universities and has been providing
quality study abroad programs for over 20 years. USAC currently
offers programs in 24 countries at 35 program sites.
International Studies Council (WISC)
by far the largest overseas study program in Oxford, with over
450 students last year. Since 1985 we have brought to Oxford
students from 46 states who had previously studied in over 510
colleges and universities. These students have come from such
leading colleges as Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Columbia, Brown,
Penn, Dartmouth, Johns Hopkins, Georgetown, Tufts, Duke,
Stanford, the University of Chicago, the University of
California, the University of Virginia, etc.