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

Why study in Santiago?

  • Wide range of courses from two prestigious universities and the opportunity to explore particularly Chilean arts, economics, health care, history, and politics through IES courses
  • One of Latin America’s more important economies in a country that ranges from the Andes to the Pacific with elements of indigenous and European cultures
  • Engage in service-learning or an internship in a range of fields
  • Special health studies option

Council on International Educational Exchange: Liberal Arts in Santiago or Valparaiso

Why study in Santiago or Valparaiso?

  • a wide range of courses from three prestigious universities and the opportunity to explore contemporary Chilean society and culture through CIEE courses
  • one of Latin America’s more important economies in a country that ranges from the Andes to the Pacific with elements of indigenous and European cultures
  • volunteer with organizations involved in social policy, community service, and education

School for Field Studies (SFS): Marine Resource Studies, Turks and Caicos Islands

Why study in the Turks and Caicos Islands?

  • conduct biological/environmental field research as part of an interdisciplinary team
  • learn about the unique marine ecosystem of a Caribbean island
  • help  local government, community, and tourism developers with recommendations for economic, social, and ecological sustainability

Institute for the International Education of Students (IES) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Why study in Rio de Janeiro through IES?

  • Live in the cultural capital of Latin America’s largest and most economically dynamic country spanning one of the world’s most diverse ecosystems.
  • Experience a Latin American country with a unique mix of indigenous, European, and African heritage, through coursework in English.
  • Develop your Portuguese through a homestay and language courses and learn about the country through IES-sponsored service-learning, field trips, and activities.

Liberal Arts in Buenos Aires (CIEE)

Why study in Buenos Aires?

  • one of Latin America’s more important economies and democracies in a global city with a rich history of immigration and cultural life
  • rich offerings in the social sciences, humanities, visual arts, and classical music taught at prestigious institutions in Spanish, supported by CIEE staff
  • features opportunities for politically engaged service-learning, not-for-credit internships, and for-credit mentored independent study

The Swedish Program: Liberal Arts at the Stockhom School of Economics

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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