Multiple Countries

Serbia, Bosnia, and Kosovo – Belgrade - Peace and Conflict Studies in the Balkans (SIT)

SIT Peace and Conflict Studies in the Balkans: Serbia, Bosnia, and Kosovo

Why study in Serbia, Bosnia, and Kosovo with SIT?

  • Learn about peacebuilding and post-conflict transformation through guided engagement with the worst scene of ethnic conflict in post-war Europe
  • Discover for yourself some of the challenges for reconciliation and transitional justice through independent research and interactive workshops
  • Comparative academic excursions to three parts of the former Yugoslavia

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

  • Anthropology
  • Central and East European Studies
  • European Studies
  • History
  • Peace and Conflict Studies
  • Political Science
  • Sociology

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  None. Recommended coursework in European history and politics, such as REES 291: Perspectives in 21st Century Central and Eastern European Literature or POL 257: Nationalism.

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser(s):

Professor Armstrong,     ARH 232D

Jonathan Larson,             Macy 107

For specific questions about how the program operates:

SIT Study Abroad | (888) 258-3296 | studyabroad[at]sit[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

Czech Republic: Central European Studies, Jewish Studies, or Film Studies in Prague (CET)

Israel: Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Jordan: AMIDEAST: Area and Arabic Language Studies



Poland: The Culture and Politics of Reconciliation (Syracuse)

South Africa: Institute for the International Education of Students in Cape Town

 

Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Turkey, and The Netherlands - Comparative Women's and Gender Studies in Europe

Comparative Gender and Women’s Studies in Europe

Why study GWSS in Europe?

  • Explore critical issues facing women and LGBTQ communities across Europe
  • Design an independent research project on a topic of your interest
  • Extensive travel. Including Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic and Turkey
  • Frame study of sexual, ethnic, racial  and religious minorities through discussions of feminist, post-colonial and queer theory

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Anthropology

English

Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies

History

International Relations

Political Science

Religious Studies

Sociology

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall semester

Prerequisites:  Minimum of one GWSS course

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser:

Professor Henry   Mears 301

For specific questions about how the program operates:

Antioch Education Abroad | 800-874-7986 | aea[at]antioch[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS)

Institute for the International Education of Students: Amsterdam, Netherlands

The Swedish Program

Germany - European Union Program (IES)

European Union Program – Institute for the International Education of Students

Why study on the European Union Program?

  • Explore key issues in European political and economic integration
  • Interact with economic and political experts, EU officials, corporations and NGOs
  • Visit key organizations, including: European Parliament, Court of Justice, European Central Bank, World Bank, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • Travel throughout Europe to both older and newer m European Union member states

     

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Economics

History

International Relations

Political Science

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  Minimum of one semester of German

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser(s):

Professor Brouhle                   Carnegie 206

OCS Director                          Macy 108

OCS Assistant Director          Macy 107

For specific questions about how the program operates:

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS)

Austria

Vienna- Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Vienna – Music Program: Institute for the International Education of Students

Why study in Austria?

  • Music education specifically tailored to individual interests in combination with intensive study of German from advanced beginning level
  • Courses offered in Music history, theory, and performance
  • Music Performance Workshop for instrumentalists and vocalists; private lessons option
  • Music internships and independent musical research study
  • Additional English-taught courses in wide variety of subjects
  • University courses available for advanced level students of German
  • Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

     
Art History
Anthropology
Economics
Film Studies
German
History
Literature
Music
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Religious Studies
Sociology
Theatre
 

Language of instruction: English and/or German     

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  Minimum 3.0 GPA and at least one semester of German

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Advisers:

Professor McIntyre   Bucksbaum 256

Professor Reynolds         ARH 231B

For specific questions about the program:

Institute for the International Education of Students:  800-995-2300 | shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options: 

Argentina - Buenos Aires - Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) 

Italy – Milan – Music: Tradition and Innovation – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES) 

Belgium

Leuven - Program in European Culture and Society and Institute of Philosophy, Katholieke Universiteit

Program in European Culture and Society & Institute of Philosophy: Leuven, Belgium

Why study in Belgium?

  • Study continental philosophy in the prestigious Institute of Philosophy at the Katholieke Universiteit located in the historic city of Leuven
  • Take courses in English together with Belgian, European, and other international students
  • Study intensive Flemish language
  • Field trips to renowned locations, including Antwerp, Bruges, Ghent, and Brussels

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

History

Philosophy

International Relations

Political Science

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  Coursework in continental philosophy

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser:

Professor Fennell   Steiner 207

For specific questions about how the program operates:

Program in European Culture & Society | +32 (0)16-32 87 09 | annelies.kindt[at]arts.kuleuven[dot]be

Students often also consider the following options:

University College London: Institute for the International Education of Students

Czech Republic

Prague - CET Prague

Central European Studies, Jewish Studies, or Film Studies in Prague, Czech Republic

Why study in Prague?

  • Opportunity to gain historical and cultural perspective on Central Europe
  • Academic excursions throughout Czech Republic, Hungary, and Germany
  • Liberal arts curriculum taught by Czech scholars
  • Study intensive Czech language
  • Options in Jewish Studies and Film Studies

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Anthropology

Central and East European Studies

Film Studies

History

Jewish Studies

Political Science

Religious Studies

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites: Recommended coursework in European history and politics or in Russian, Central and East European Studies Concentration, such as RES 291. Requirement for Film Studies: enrollment in a CET course on the history of Czech film.

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser(s):

Professor Armstrong,     ARH 232D

Professor Vishevsky,     ARH 232B

OCS  Asst. Director Jonathan Larson,             Macy 107

For specific questions about how the program operates:

CET Academic Programs | (800) 225-4262 | cet[at]academic-travel[dot]com

Students often also consider the following options:

Berlin Metropolitan Studies– Institute for the International Education of Students

Danish Institute for Study Abroad

European Union Program – Institute for the International Education of Students

Denmark

Copenhagen - Danish Institute for Study Abroad

Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS)

Why study in Denmark?

  • Well planned subject tracks in wide range of academic areas
  • Core courses involve extensive travel in Denmark and other European destinations
  • Courses taught by range of experts, including government officials, working professionals, and university faculty
  • Optional study tours to locations throughout Europe

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Biomedicine

Child Development

Economics

European Studies

Genocide Studies

History

Human Rights

Medical Practice and Policy

Migration Studies

Political Science

Psychology

Public Health

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  Varies by subject area.  European history and politics recommended

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser(s):

Professor Seawell                    Science 1607

Professor Levandoski              Science 2009

Professor Henry                      Mears 301

Professor Marzluff                   Science 2208

OCS Director                          Macy 108

OCS Assistant Director          Macy 107

For specific questions about how the program operates:

DIS North American Office | 800-247-3477 | dis[at]umn[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

Freiburg: European Union Program (IES)

The Swedish Program

England

London - Grinnell-in-London Program (fall)

Grinnell-in-London 

London - London & Florence Arts in Context (ACM)(spring)

London and Florence: Arts in Context – Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM)

Why study in London and Florence?

  • Interdisciplinary study of the arts, history and theatre in two renowned European cities
  • Learn how architecture, painting, sculpture, literature and theatre both reflect and shape cultural and political realities
  • In Florence, visit famous galleries, museums, and churches, while learning about the influence of Italian history on art and architecture
  • In London, continuing focus on art and architecture while studying a variety of theatrical productions, from The Royal Shakespeare Company to contemporary West End theatre

     

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Art History 

History


Theatre

Urban Studies

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Spring semester

Prerequisites:  Art history, Medieval and Renaissance History, Theatre recommended

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser:

Professor Kaufman   Bucksbaum 247

Professor Lyon Bucksbaum 248

For specific questions about how the program operates:

Associated Colleges of the Midwest | 312-263-5000 | acm[at]acm[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

Florence: Arts, Humanities and Culture (ACM)

Trinity College in Rome

London - London Dramatic Academy (Fordham)

London: London Dramatic Academy (Fordham)

Why study acting and theatre in London?

  • Training based on the great British classical academies, such as The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
  • Learn from working professional actors.
  • Classes cover acting (contemporary and classical), physical theatre, voice, speech and dialects, period dance, Alexander Technique, stage combat and movement.
  • Study history of theatre, literature and dramatic criticism.
  • Attend theatre productions in London and other UK locations.

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Acting and Dramatic Technique

Dramatic Criticism

History

Literature

Stage Production

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  Theatre Studies and acting experience.  Video audition required.

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Advisers:

Theatre Department Faculty

OCS Directors  Macy 107 & 108

For specific questions about how the program operates:

London Dramatic Academy |  718-817-3464| LDA[at]fordham[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

 

England: Grinnell-in-London

USA: National Theatre Institute (NTI)

London - London School of Economics & Political Science (year only)

The London School of Economics (LSE)

Why study at The LSE?

  • Outstanding international reputation in economics and social sciences as well as history, law, and philosophy
  • Participation in the “General Course", a fully integrated, one-year program of study for study-abroad students - each student may select four year-long courses from the LSE curriculum and is assigned an adviser who provides academic support.
  • International campus: over 67% of students are from countries outside of the UK
  • London is one of the world’s most important economic and government centers

     

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Economics

Finance

International Relations

Mathematics

Political Science

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Full academic year

Prerequisites:  Minimum GPA: 3.30.  Major in economics or political science

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser:

Professor Brouhle   Carnegie 206

Professor B. Ferguson Carnegie 205

 

For specific questions about how the program operates:

London School of Economics | 011-44-20-7955-7928 | Gc[at]lse.ac[dot]uk

Students often also consider the following options:

Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS)

European Union Program in Freiburg, Germany (IES)

University College London (IES)

Beijing, China: Contemporary Issues (IES)

Kunming, China: Regional Development in China and Southeast Asia (IES)

Shanghai, China: International Business and Economics (Alliance for Global Education)

Seoul, Korea: Yonsei University - Underwood International College (CIEE)

New Zealand: University of Otago (Arcadia)

South Africa: University of Cape Town (IES)

Egypt: American University in Cairo

Israel: The Hebrew University

Turkey: Syracuse University Abroad in Istanbul

London - University College London (IES)

University College London – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Why study at University College London (UCL)?

  • Outstanding international reputation with strengths across the academic spectrum
  • Opportunity for in-depth study in your major and secondary subject area in which students may have academic background
  • International campus: over 40% of students are from countries outside of the UK
  • London is one of the world’s most important cultural, economic and intellectual centers

     

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Anthropology

Art History

Classical Studies and ancient languages

Computer Science

Economics

English

Film Studies

Gender Studies

History

International Relations

Mathematics

Natural and Applied Sciences

Neuroscience

Political Science

Sociology

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Spring semester or academic year

Prerequisites:  Minimum GPA: 3.30.  Plan for in-depth study in major subject.

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser:

Professor Levandoski,                                      Science 2009

Professor B. Ferguson,                                    Carnegie 205

Richard Bright   OCS Director                         Macy 108

Jonathan Larson  OCS Assistant Director      Macy 107

For specific questions about how the program operates:

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS)

European Union Program in Freiburg, Germany (IES)

Beijing, China: Contemporary Issues (IES)

Kunming, China: Regional Development in China and Southeast Asia (IES)

Shanghai, China: International Business and Economics (Alliance for Global Education)

Seoul, Korea: Yonsei University - Underwood International College (CIEE)

New Zealand: University of Otago (Arcadia)

South Africa: University of Cape Town (IES)

Egypt: American University in Cairo

Israel: The Hebrew University

Turkey: Syracuse University Abroad in Istanbul

France

Aix-en-Provence - American University Center of Provence

Aix-en-Provence Program – American University Center for Provence (AUCP)

Why study in Aix-en-Provence?

  • Program focuses on full linguistic immersion for rapid acquisition of French language and development of cultural understanding  
  • Emphasis on experiential learning and integration into the local community through close host family relationships and wide range of activities, including community service
  • Language pledge ensures French is spoken at all times
  • Variety of regionally focused courses designed to enhance integration into local life
  • Located in medium-sized city in region renowned for its beauty and quality of life
  • Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:
Anthropology
Architecture and Urban Studies
English as a Second Language (ESL) Teaching
Film Studies
Francophone Studies
History
Linguistics
Migration Studies
Political Science
Religious Studies
Sociology
Studio Art
Theatre
Translation
Women’s Studies
 

Language of instruction: French

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  300-level French. 

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser(s): 

French Department Faculty



For specific questions about how the program operates:

American University Center of Provence | 33 442 38 42 38 | info[at]aucp[dot]fr

Students often also consider the following options:

Marseille – American University Center of Provence (AUCP)

Nantes – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Paris – Sweet Briar College

Paris – Hamilton College in France

Marseille - American University Center of Provence

Marseille Program – American University Center for Provence (AUCP)

Why study in Marseille?

  • Program focuses on full immersion for rapid acquisition of French language and development of cultural understanding  
  • Emphasis on experiential learning and integration into the local community through close host family relationships and wide range of activities, including community service
  • Language pledge ensures progress in French.  Arabic also offered from beginning level.
  • Many Courses focus on immigrant identities in local communities originating in North and sub-Saharan Africa, Caribbean, and Middle East
  • Located in ancient Mediterranean port, the second largest city in France.
  • Major field excursion to Morocco.

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Anthropology

Francophone Studies

History

Linguistics

Migration Studies

Political Science

Religious Studies

Sociology

Women’s Studies

Language of instruction: French

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  300-level French. 

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser(s): 

French Department Faculty



For specific questions about how the program operates:

American University Center of Provence | 33 442 38 42 38 | info[at]aucp[dot]fr

Students often also consider the following options:

Aix-en-Provence – American University Center of Provence (AUCP)

Nantes – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Paris – Sweet Briar College

Paris – Hamilton College in France

Nantes - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Nantes Program – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Why study in Nantes?

  • Located in the historic former capital of Brittany, rich in Celtic tradition but largely unspoiled by tourism, the program provides an authentically French atmosphere
  • Goal is to improve proficiency in French through IES language and area studies classes, internships, volunteer opportunities, and host families
  • Advanced level students may take courses at the University of Nantes in a wide variety of subject areas, including sciences
  • Field Excursions to St.-Malo, Mont Saint Michel, Normandy, and Loire Valley

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Anthropology

Art History

Education

Economics

Film Studies

History

Linguistics

Political Science

Religious Studies

Sciences

Sociology

Studio Art

Theatre

Language of instruction: French

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester.  (spring semester recommended for university classes)

Prerequisites:  300-level French. 

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Advisers: 

French Department Faculty



For specific questions about how the program operates:

Institute for the International Education of Students | 800-995-2300 | shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Aix-en-Provence – American University Center of Provence (AUCP)

Marseille – American University Center of Provence (AUCP)

Paris – Sweet Briar College

Paris – Hamilton College in France

Paris - Hamilton College  in France

Hamilton in France

Why study with Hamilton College in Paris?

  • Located in the center of Paris
  • Rigorous fall, spring or year-long program for advanced level students.
  • Classes offered in wide range of academic disciplines by Hamilton, Smith and Middlebury Colleges, as well as University of Paris and Institut d'Études Politiques
  • Orientation Biarritz in fall semester and Paris in spring.  Full schedule of field excursions, co-curricular and cultural activities.

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Art History

Economics

Film Studies

Francophone Studies

History

International Relations

Linguistics

Music

Philosophy

Political Science

Religious Studies

Sociology

Studio Art

Theatre

Language of instruction: French

Calendar:  Fall, spring, or academic year.

Prerequisites:  300-level French. 

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Advisers: 

French Department Faculty



For specific questions about how the program operates:

Hamilton College Office of Off-Campus Study | 315-859-4201 | aysjyf[at]hamilton[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

Aix-en-Provence – American University Center of Provence (AUCP)

Marseille – American University Center of Provence (AUCP)

Nantes – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Paris – Sweet Briar College

Germany

Berlin - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)(spring recommended)

Berlin: Language and Area Studies – Institute for the International Education of Students

  • Why study on the Language and Area Studies Program in Berlin?
  • Designed for advanced-level students and taught entirely in German
  • Wide range of area studies courses offered specifically for IES students
  • Classes with German students at local universities:  Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin,
  • Freie Universität, and Technische Universität,
  • Internships in business, cultural institutions, education, government, and social organizations either during the semester or in the summer following the spring program
  • Major field excursion to Austria, Hungary and Poland, or Italy, depending on semester
  • Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:
Art History
Economics
Education
Film Studies
History
International Relations
Jewish Studies
Literature
Philosophy
Political Science
Sciences
Sociology
Theatre
Gender and Women’s Studies
 

Language of instruction: German

Calendar:  Spring semester or year recommended for enrolling in university courses

Prerequisites:  Minimum GPA: 3.0.  Minimum of 300-level German for single semester,

high 200-level German for year

To obtain advising on this program as an academic choice:

Professor Reynolds ARH 231B

For specific questions about how the program operates:

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Freiburg – Language and Area Studies - International Education of Students (IES)

Munich – Wayne State University

Berlin - Berlin Metropolitan Studies (IES)

Berlin: Metropolitan Studies – Institute for the International Education of Students

Why study on the Metropolitan Studies Program in Berlin?

  • Study in English while studying intensive German
  • Immersion in one of Europe’s most dynamic and diverse capital cities
  • Major field trips in Germany and to St. Petersburg, Paris and Istanbul

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Art History
Cultural Studies
Economics
Film Studies
Gender and Women’s Studies
German
History
International Relations
Literature
Sociology
Urban Studies
 

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring

Prerequisites:  Minimum GPA: 3.0.  Minimum of one semester of German.

To obtain advising on this program as an academic choice:

Professor Reynolds ARH 231B

Richard Bright Macy 108

Jonathan Larson Macy 107

For specific questions about how the program operates:

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Freiburg: European Union Program – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Freiburg - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)(spring recommended

Freiburg – Language and Area Studies - Institute for International Education of Students

Why study on the Language and Area Studies Program in Freiburg?

  • Designed for advanced-level students and taught entirely in German
  • Wide range of area studies courses offered specifically for IES students
  • Classes with German students at local universities:  Albert-Ludwigs-Universität,
  • Pädagogische Hochschule, Zeichen- und Malschule Georg Schell, Jazz & Rock Schule
  • Internships in cultural institutions, education, government, hospitals, politics, and
  • NGOs either during the semester or in the summer following the spring program
  • Major field excursion to Austria, Hungary and Poland, or Italy, depending on semester
  • Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:
Art History
Economics
Education
Environmental Studies
Film Studies
History
Literature
Music
Philosophy
Political Science
Sciences
Sociology
Studio Art
Theatre
 

Language of instruction: German

Calendar:  Spring semester or year recommended for enrolling in university courses

Prerequisites:  Minimum GPA: 3.0.  Minimum of 300-level German for single semester,

high 200-level German for year

To obtain advising on this program as an academic choice:

Professor Reynolds ARH 231B

For specific questions about how the program operates:

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Berlin – Language and Area Studies - International Education of Students (IES)

Munich – Wayne State University

Freiburg - European Union Program (IES)

European Union Program – Institute for the International Education of Students

Why study on the European Union Program?

  • Explore key issues in European political and economic integration
  • Interact with economic and political experts, EU officials, corporations and NGOs
  • Visit key organizations, including: European Parliament, Court of Justice, European Central Bank, World Bank, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • Travel throughout Europe to both older and newer m European Union member states

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Economics

History

International Relations

Political Science

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  Minimum of one semester of German

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser(s):

Professor Brouhle                   Carnegie 206

OCS Director                          Macy 108

OCS Assistant Director          Macy 107

For specific questions about how the program operates:

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS)

Munich - Wayne State University (spring recommended)

Munich Program – Wayne State University

Why study on the Wayne State University Program in Munich?

  • Oldest study-abroad program in Germany, designed for advanced-level students,
  • German studies courses offered specifically for program participants
  • Classes with German students at local universities:  Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München or Technische Universität München.
  • Internships, service-learning and volunteering opportunities
  • Optional research projects in such subject areas as history, political science, film, theatre, sciences, and philosophy.
  • Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:
Art History
Economics
Education
Environmental Studies
Film Studies
History
Literature
Philosophy
Political Science
Sciences
Sociology

Studio Art
Theatre
 

Language of instruction: German

Calendar:  Spring semester or year recommended for enrolling in university courses

Prerequisites:  Minimum GPA: 3.0.  Minimum of 300-level German

To obtain advising on this program as an academic choice:

Professor Reynolds ARH 231B

For specific questions about how the program operates:

Junior Year in Munich | 313-577-4605 | JYM[at]wayne[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

Berlin – Language and Area Studies - International Education of Students (IES)

Freiburg – Language and Area Studies - International Education of Students (IES)

Greece

Athens - College Year in Athens (semester or year)

College Year/Semester in Athens

Why study in Athens?

  • Focus on the history and civilization of Greece and the East Mediterranean region
  • Liberal arts curriculum with emphases in Ancient Greek and Latin, Classical Art and Archeology, History, Literature, and Religion
  • Honors Tutorial independent study option for advanced students of Classical Studies
  • Study contemporary Greece and Modern Greek language

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Ancient Greek

Ancient Art and Archeology

Architecture

Classical Studies

Economics

Environmental Studies

Ethnography

History

Latin

Philosophy

Political Science and International Relations

Religious Studies

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites: Recommended: relevant coursework in subjects such as Art History, Classical Studies, History, Religious Studies

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser: 

Professor Hughes   ARH 311B



For specific questions about how the program operates:

College Year in Athens | 617-868-8200 | info[at]cyathens[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome

Trinity College in Rome

Hungary

Budapest - Budapest Semester in Mathematics

Budapest Semester in Mathematics

Why study in Hungary?

  • Study with leading scholars on a unique program for undergraduates in a beautiful and historic European capital noted for a long tradition of excellence in mathematics
  • Small group courses taught in English featuring a wide-selection of mathematical topics
  • Additional classes offered  in Hungarian Studies, film, history and Computer Science
  • Intensive study of Hungarian language (Grinnell requirement)

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Central and East European Studies

Computer Science

Film Studies

History

History of Science

Linguistics

Mathematics

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites: One semester of either advanced calculus or first theory course in analysis or abstract algebra. Recommended: coursework in Russian, Central and East European Studies Concentration, such as RES 291.

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser: 

Professor Paulhus   Science 2519

For specific questions about how the program operates:

Budapest Semester in Mathematics | 507-786-3114 | budapestsemesters[at]gmail[dot]com

Students often also consider the following options:

England: University College London – Institute for the International Education of Students

Hungary:  Aquincum Institute of Technology

New Zealand: University of Otago – Arcadia University College of Global Studies

Budapest - Aquincum Institute of Technology (AIT)

Aquincum Institute of Technology (AIT)

Why study in Hungary?

  • Classes with leading scholars, designers, and entrepreneurs on a unique program for computer science and software engineering students in a beautiful and historic European capital, internationally noted for creativity in mathematics and computing
  • Small group courses taught in English
  • Additional options in Budapest Studies, Entrepreneurship, Film Studiers and Music.
  • Intensive Hungarian language (Grinnell requirement)

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Central and East European Studies

Computer Science

Entrepreneurship in Information Technology

Film Studies

History

Linguistics

Mathematics

Music

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  Prerequisites: Suitability for program as determined by Campus Program Adviser. Recommended: Coursework in Russian, Central and East European Studies Concentration, such as RES 291.

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser: 

Professor Davis   Science 3809

For specific questions about how the program operates:

Aquincum Institute of Technology | 909-971-7657 | info[at]ait-budapest[dot]com

Students often also consider the following options:

England: University College London – Institute for the International Education of Students

New Zealand: University of Otago – Arcadia University College of Global Studies

Other university study-abroad programs offering classes in Computer Science

Italy

Florence - Florence Program (ACM)(fall)

Florence: Arts, Humanities and Culture – Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM)

Why study in Florence?

  • Study the Italian Renaissance through the artistic heritage of a city that produced many of the great masterpieces of Western Civilization
  • Courses include visits to museums and monuments, lectures by local scholars and art conservation specialists
  • Learn Italian from the beginning level while living with a host family
  • Extensive field trips to other Italian locations, such as Rome, Venice, Pisa and Siena

     

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Art History

Architecture 

History 

Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Religious Studies

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall semester

Prerequisites:  One semester of Art History.  Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Religious Studies recommended

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser:

Professor Kaufman   Bucksbaum 247

Professor Lyon Bucksbaum 248

For specific questions about how the program operates:

Associated Colleges of the Midwest | 312-263-5000 | acm[at]acm[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

London and Florence: Arts in Context (ACM)

Trinity College in Rome

Florence - London & Florence Arts in Context (ACM)(spring)
  • The ACM London and Florence Program offers an interdisciplinary panorama of the arts and history during a semester divided between the two cities, spending eight weeks in each.
  • Focused on a variety of artistic media – architecture, painting, sculpture, literature and theatre – the program enables students to view art in its social context. By comparing the dramatically different styles of London and Florence, students learn how architecture, painting, and sculpture both reflect and influence cultural and political values.
  • In Florence students view famous galleries, museums, churches, and public buildings and travel to both Rome and Siena while learning about the influence of Italian history on Italian art and architecture. In London, in addition to a focus on art and architecture, incorporating visits to the important buildings, neighborhoods and museums, the program features a course in theatre. Students experience a variety of productions and venues, from the Royal Shakespeare Company and current plays in West End theaters to avant-garde productions and music hall. A one-week break is provided between the halves of the program, allowing for independent travel.
  • Group housing is provided in London. Housing in Florence is provided in homestays as a complement to a course in Italian. An optional three-week program of intensive Italian is available in January for students starting the program in Florence. (The program may be started in either city.)
  • Eligibility: Coursework in art history, theatre, studio art, history, and literature recommended.

Associated Colleges of the Midwest | 312-263-5000 | Fax: 312-263-5879 | acm[at]acm[dot]edu

Adviser(s):

Professor Kaufman, (Art) Bucksbaum 247

Professor Lyon Bucksbaum 248

Eligibility: Open to all majors

Related Fields of Study:

Art History

History

Theatre

Website: Program Website

Milan - Milan Program
  • The IES Milan Program is especially recommended for music performance students who wish to combine the study of music with Italian studies in a wide range of subjects.
  • The program offers English-taught courses for students with little or no background in Italian language and coursework taught entirely in Italian, including the possibility of study at an Italian university, for high-intermediate and advanced-level students. IES provides opportunities for students to have musical instruction in a number of outstanding institutions, including the Civica Scuola di Musica, the Scuola Musicale G. Marziali, the Conservatorio G. Verdi, the ICONS Academy in Novara and others. Instruction in vocal and instrumental performance, composition, and orchestra may be arranged for qualified students on the basis of auditions or videotapes. Attending conservatory courses requires an application forwarded an least one month prior to the IES application deadline.
  • In addition to intensive language study during the three-week orientation, all beginning and low-intermediate students of Italian are immersed in language through a mandatory nine-credit block of Italian, incorporating the study of contemporary Italian life and culture. In addition to language study, students select from area studies courses in history, literature, art history, cinema, and political science.
  • Closely supervised internships are offered, which are designed to incorporate the study of cultural differences and language through immersion in the work environment of government agencies, not-for-profit organizations and private enterprises. IES organizes field trips as an integral part of the Milan program, taking participants to sites throughout the city and to places further afield not easily accessible through independent travel.
  • Housing is provided in shared apartments with Italian roommates.
  • Eligibility: Minimum GPA: 3.0. Course background in European history and humanities recommended.

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | Fax: 312-944-1448 | Susan Hansen:shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Adviser(s):

Professor McIntyre, (Music) Bucksbaum 256

Eligibility: Open to all majors

Related Fields of Study:

Art History

Economics

History

Music

Website: Program Website

Rome - Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome

Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome (ICCS)

Why study on the ICCS program in Rome?

  • Highly selective program devoted to Classical Studies, Latin, and Ancient Greek
  • Emphasis on Ancient Rome in a required eight-credit course focusing on Roman civilization through archaeology, topography, social and urban history
  • Study of Latin or Ancient Greek at the intermediate or advanced level
  • Art History: Renaissance and Baroque
  • Optional course in elementary Italian language

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Ancient Greek

Art History

Archeology

Architecture

Classical Studies

History

Latin

Religious Studies

Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Urban Studies

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  Intermediate or advanced level Latin or Ancient Greek, Roman History.  Recommended: Art History, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Religious Studies

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser: 

Professor Monessa Cummins  ARH 311D



For specific questions about how the program operates:

Duke University Global Education Office | 919-684-2174 | globaled[at]duke[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

Trinity College in Rome

Florence – Arts, Humanities and Culture – Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM)

London and Florence – Arts in Context -  Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM)

England - University College London – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Rome - Trinity College in Rome

Trinity College in Rome

Why study on the Trinity in Rome program?

  • Attractive campus in the center of ancient Rome
  • Liberal arts curriculum with emphases in art history, classics, history, humanities, cultural and language studies
  • Intensive Italian language from the beginning level
  • Customized course options available for students of Latin and Greek
  • Internships available in museums, schools, community service, human rights

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Art History

Archeology

Architecture

Classical Studies

Economics

Film Studies

Ancient Greek

History

Latin

Political Science

Religious Studies

Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Urban Studies

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring

Prerequisites: Minimum GPA: 3.0. Recommended: relevant coursework in subjects such as art history; ancient, medieval, renaissance history; classical studies; religious studies   

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser: 

Professor Monessa Cummins  ARH 311D



For specific questions about how the program operates:

Trinity College/Rome Campus | 860-297-2364 | tcrc[at]trincoll[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome

Florence – Arts, Humanities and Culture – Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM)

London and Florence – Arts in Context -  Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM)

England - University College London – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Netherlands

Amsterdam - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Amsterdam, Netherlands – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Why study in Amsterdam

  • Emphasis on Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies
  • Immersion in an important European capital renowned for progressive social policies
  • Study in English while taking intensive Dutch (Grinnell-required course)
  • Research Seminar Option: Design you own field project on a topic of personal interest

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Anthropology

Art History

Cultural Studies

Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies

History

International Relations

Political Science

Migration Studies

Sociology

Western European Studies

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring

Prerequisites:  Minimum GPA: 3.0.  Recommended: Relevant coursework in GWSS, History, Political Science, Sociology.

To obtain advising on this program as an academic choice:

Professor Henry         Mears 301

Richard Bright             Macy 108

Jonathan Larson          Macy 107

For specific questions about how the program operates:

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Multiple Locations: Gender and Women’s Studies in Europe

Copenhagen, Denmark: Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS)

Stockholm, Sweden: The Swedish Program

Poland

Warsaw - Central European Studies (CIEE)

Council on International Educational Exchange: Central European Studies in Warsaw

Why study in Warsaw?

  • the capital of a country located in a crossroads of Central-Eastern Europe
  • one of the most successful countries in the region at making a transition from a state-controlled to a democratic, market-based system
  • coursework in English offered by faculty from the Warsaw School of Economics, the oldest and largest economics university in Poland, and several other institutions; field trips and other cultural activities in Poland and around Warsaw
  • Intensive study of Polish language (Grinnell requirement)

open to all majors and may be of particular interest to students in:

Economics

European Studies

History

Political Science

Russian

Russian, Central, and East European Studies

Language of instruction: English

Calendar: Fall or Spring

Prerequisites: Prerequisites: RCEES concentration coursework recommended, especially RES 291, Perspectives in Modern Central and Eastern European Literature. Introductory Russian language can be helpful as background for Polish.

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser:

Professor Armstrong, ARH 232D

Council on International Educational Exchange | 800-40-STUDY | studyinfo[at]ciee[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Berlin Metropolitan Studies– Institute for the International Education of Students

Central European Studies, Jewish Studies, or Film Studies in Prague (CET)

European Union Program – Institute for the International Education of Students

Wroclaw – The Culture and Politics of Reconciliation (Syracuse) (fall)

Syracuse University Abroad in Wroclaw, Poland: The Culture and Politics of Reconciliation

Why study in Wroclaw?

  • a center of the region of Silesia in southwestern Poland, once a center of Jewish and German culture in Central-Eastern Europe
  • an intimate program uniquely focused on issues of ethnic and religious conflict across national borders in a society undergoing rapid economic and political transformation
  • coursework in English featuring travel to Berlin, Dresden, Prague, Krakow, Warsaw, Vilnius, and Auschwitz

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest to students in:

Anthropology

European Studies

History

Peace and Conflict Studies

Political Science

Russian, Central, and East European Studies 

Language of instruction: English

Calendar: Fall

Prerequisites: RCEES concentration coursework recommended, especially RES 291, Perspectives in Modern Central and Eastern European Literature. Introductory Russian language can be helpful as background for Polish.

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser:

OCS Asst. Director Jonathan Larson, Macy 107

Professor Todd Armstrong, ARH 232D

Syracuse University Abroad | 800-235-3472 | SUAbroad[at]syr[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

Berlin Metropolitan Studies– Institute for the International Education of Students

Central European Studies, Jewish Studies, or Film Studies in Prague (CET)

European Union Program – Institute for the International Education of Students

Russia

St. Petersburg - American Councils Study Abroad (ACTR)

ACTR Advanced Russian Language and Area Studies Program (RLASP)

Why study in St. Petersburg with ACTR?

·         Explore a city with a fascinating history that is one of Russia’s culturally most dynamic

·         Improve your Russian through a language program that is one of the oldest and most respected in Russia

·         Learn about Russian society through coursework, homestays, weekly excursions, volunteering, and more

  • Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

History

Russian

Russian, Central, and East European Studies

Language of instruction: Russian

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  two years of college Russian

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser:

Professor Herold  ARH 232D

For specific questions about how the program operates:

American Councils for International Education | 202-833-7522 | outbound[at]americancouncils[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Bard-Smolny Study Abroad Program

Middlebury School in Russia: Irkutsk

St. Petersburg - Bard-Smolny Program

Bard-Smolny Study Abroad Program

Why study in St. Petersburg with the Bard-Smolny Program?

·         Explore a city with a fascinating history that is one of Russia’s culturally most dynamic

·         Take a wide selection of courses in a unique American-style liberal arts program with Russian students

·         Learn about Russian society through coursework, homestays, volunteering, internships, and the arts

  • Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

American Studies

Computer Science

European Studies

Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies

History

Peace and Conflict Studies

Religious Studies

Russian

Russian, Central, and East European Studies

Language of instruction: Russian

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  two years of college Russian

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser:

Professor Herold ARH 232C

For specific questions about how the program operates:

Institute for International Liberal Education | 845-758-7190 | smolny[at]bard[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

American Councils Advanced Russian Language and Area Studies Program in St. Petersburg

Middlebury School in Irkutsk, Russia

St. Petersburg – Vassar Art History Program

St. Petersburg:  Art History Program (Vassar College)

Why study Art History in St. Petersburg?

  • Classes taught by Hermitage Museum professional curators and professors
  • Virtually unlimited access to museum collections and storage facilities
  • Study Russian language and culture while living with a Russian family
  • Engage in individualized art history research projects

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

  • Art History
  • Central and East European Studies
  • History
  • Russian Language

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall semester

Prerequisites:  Art History coursework.  Minimum of one semester of Russian.

Recommended: Coursework in Central and East European Studies.

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser:

Professor Anger  Bucksbaum 244

For specific questions about how the program operates:

Vassar College International Programs | 845-437-5260 | jya[at]vassar[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

London and Florence: Arts in Context (ACM) (spring)

Florence: Arts, Humanities & Culture (ACM) (fall)

Trinity College in Rome

Irkutsk - Middlebury Schools Abroad

Middlebury School in Irkutsk, Russia

Why study in Irkutsk?

  •   Live in a mid-sized city on the edge of the globally unique Lake Baikal.
  •   Explore the regional ties of the Russian Far East to Mongolia and China.
  •   Improve your Russian through intensive language study, homestays, and co-curricular activities
  •   Learn about Russian society through coursework, homestays, volunteering, internships, and the arts

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Anthropology

Biology

Environmental Studies

Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies

General Science

Mathematics

Psychology

Russian

Russian, Central, and East European Studies

Language of instruction: Russian

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester (see program calendar)

Prerequisites:  two years of college Russian

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:

Campus Program Adviser:

Professor Herold ARH 232C

For specific questions about how the program operates:

Middlebury Schools Abroad | 802-443-5745 | internationalprograms[at]middlebury[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:

American Councils Advanced Russian Language and Area Studies Program in St. Petersburg

Bard-Smolny Study Abroad Program

Spain

Granada - Institute for the International Edcuation of Students (IES)

Granada, Spain – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Why study in Granada?

  • Immersion in the culture and language of the last capital of Moorish Spain
  • Emphasis on combined Islamic, Jewish, and Christian regional heritage
  • Mediterranean Area Studies focus on migration from North and Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Advanced-level track entirely in Spanish, including University of Granada courses
  • Intermediate-level track features intensive Spanish and coursework in English

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

  • Anthropology
  • Arabic
  • Art History
  • Christianity Studies
  • Economics
  • Environmental Studies
  • Film Studies
  • History
  • International Relations
  • Islamic Art and Architecture
  • Islamic Studies
  • Judaic Studies
  • Literature
  • Mediterranean Studies
  • Migration Studies
  • Political Science
  • Religious Studies
  • Sociology
  • Spanish
  • Women’s Studies

Language of instruction:  Advanced – Spanish.  Intermediate – Spanish and English.

Calendar:  Fall or spring

Prerequisites:  Minimum GPA: 3.0.  Advanced: Minimum - Spanish 285.  

Intermediate: Spanish 217.  Recommended: relevant coursework in Anthropology, History, Religious Studies, Sociology, Spanish cultural studies.

To obtain advising on this program as an academic choice:

Professor Valentin   ARH 220B 

For specific questions about how the program operates:

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Argentina – Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)

Chile – Santiago or Valparaiso - Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)

Chile – Santiago - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Ecuador – Quito - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Mexico – Merida – Institute for Study Abroad (IFSA) – Butler University

Spain – Madrid - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Spain – Madrid – Hamilton College in Madrid

Spain – Salamanca – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Madrid - Hamilton College in Spain

Madrid, Spain – Hamilton College in Spain

Why study in Madrid?

  • Immersion in the rich cultural, political and business environment of the Spanish capital
  • Small liberal-arts classes taught in Spanish and especially designed for program students
  • Option to take courses with Spanish students at the University of Madrid
  • Internships available in NGOs and cultural institutions
  • Language pledge: Spanish spoken at all times
  • Wide range of field trips to many parts of Spain

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

  • Anthropology
  • Art History
  • Cultural Studies
  • Dance
  • Economics
  • European Union Studies
  • Film Studies
  • History
  • Iberian Studies
  • International Relations
  • Literature
  • Political Science
  • Sociology
  • Spanish
  • Studio Art
  • Women’s and Gender Studies

Language of instruction:  Spanish

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  Minimum: 3.0 GPA and one 300-level Spanish course.  High grades in Spanish. Recommended: relevant coursework in History, Iberian Studies, Art History, Political Science.

To obtain advising on this program as an academic choice:

Professor Pérez  ARH 217B 

For specific questions about how the program operates:

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Spain – Granada - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Spain – Madrid – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Spain – Salamanca – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Argentina – Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)

Chile – Santiago or Valparaiso - Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)

Chile – Santiago - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Ecuador – Quito - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Mexico – Merida – Institute for Study Abroad (IFSA) – Butler University

 

Madrid - Institute for the International Education of Students

Madrid, Spain – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Why study in Madrid?

  • Immersion in the rich cultural, political and business environment of the Spanish capital
  • IES Center courses taught in Spanish and especially designed for program students
  • Option to take courses with Spanish students at the Universidad Compultense de Madrid
  • Internships available in arts, business, education, international relations, political science
  • Wide range of field trips provided to many parts of Spain

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

  • Art History
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Film Studies
  • History
  • International Relations
  • Literature
  • Political Science
  • Religious Studies
  • Sociology
  • Spanish
  • Theatre
  • Women’s Studies

Language of instruction:  Spanish

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  Minimum - Spanish 285.  Recommended: relevant coursework in History and Iberian Studies.

To obtain advising on this program as an academic choice:

Professor Pérez  ARH 217B 

For specific questions about how the program operates:

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Spain – Granada - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Spain – Madrid – Hamilton College in Madrid

Spain – Salamanca – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Argentina – Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)

Chile – Santiago or Valparaiso - Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)

Chile – Santiago - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Ecuador – Quito - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Mexico – Merida – Institute for Study Abroad (IFSA) – Butler University

Salamanca - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Salamanca, Spain – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Why study in Salamanca?

  • Immersion in the rich art, architecture, and culture of Salamanca, a UNESCO

World Heritage Site and home of Spain’s oldest university, founded in 1218

  • IES Center courses taught in Spanish and especially designed for program students
  • Option to take courses with Spanish students at the Universidad de Salamanca
  • Internships available in such areas as social politics and education
  • Wide range of field trips provided to many parts of Spain and Portugal

·         Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Art History

Economics

Education

Film Studies

History

              Literature

Political Science

Religious Studies

Sociology

Spanish

Language of instruction:  Spanish

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  Minimum - Spanish 285.  Recommended: relevant coursework in History and Iberian Studies.

To obtain advising on this program as an academic choice:

Professor Valentín  ARH 220B 

For specific questions about how the program operates:

International Education of Students (IES) | 800-995-2300 | shansen[at]iesabroad[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Spain – Granada - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Spain – Madrid – Hamilton College in Madrid

Spain – Madrid – Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Argentina – Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)

Chile – Santiago or Valparaiso - Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)

Chile – Santiago - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Ecuador – Quito - Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)

Mexico – Merida – Institute for Study Abroad (IFSA) – Butler University

Sweden

Stockholm - The Swedish Program: Liberal Arts at the Stockholm School of Economics

Stockholm, Sweden – The Swedish Program

Why study in Stockholm?

  • Small liberal-arts program in the historic Swedish capital, renowned for quality of life
  • Focus on innovative public policy in such areas as health care, workplace democracy, gender equality, asylum, immigration and environmental protection 
  • Cultural immersion through membership in Swedish student organizations
  • Excellent host family options

·         Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Art History

Criminology

Economics

European Union Studies

Environmental Studies

Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies

Film Studies

Health Care

History

               Literature

Political Science

                             Policy Studies

Social Psychology

Sociology

Swedish

Language of instruction:  English

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  Recommended: relevant coursework in History, Sociology, Political Science, Policy Studies and Economics

To obtain advising on this program as an academic choice:

Professor Henry          Mears 301

Richard Bright                        Macy 108

Jonathan Larson          Macy 107         

For specific questions about how the program operates:

The Swedish Program | 315-737-0123 | info[at]swedishprogram[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:

Denmark: Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS)

Germany: European Union Program – Institute for the International Education of Students

Germany: Berlin Metropolitan Studies – Institute for the International Education of Students

Netherlands: Study in Amsterdam Program – Institute for the International Education of Students