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IES Abroad Berlin: Language and Area Studies

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

Hamilton College 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.

IES Abroad Nantes

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

AUCP Marseille

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

AUCP Aix-en-Provence

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

IES Abroad London Direct Enrollment - University College London

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

     

London School of Economics & Political Science

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

Fordham: London Dramatic Academy

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.