Join us in the Mediterranean this January Term for this unique travel-study program. Soak up the history of Rome, and explore the Greek islands.
Travel throughout some of Europe's premier destinations on this January Term study abroad program! Visit and study Rome, Italy; Marseille and Paris, France; Prague, Czech Republic; and London, England as you focus on each city's artistic development over the last couple centuries.
Earn a semester's worth of credit in a summer full of culture, adventure, language, and history! Travel in Europe and live in four beautiful countries this summer, while we do all the travel planning.
Are you a first-time traveler? Culture, literature, or film buff? Interested in taking a study-travel course that takes you to amazing cities in England and Scotland and throughout the historic countryside of Ireland? Then look no further!
In this nine-week course, European cities are your classroom. Soak up the impressive history of Rome, the stunning frescoes of Florence, the magnificent streets and cathedrals of Paris, and the history-packed museums of London.
London and Barcelona are two of Europe's most exciting cities. On City Expeditions: London and Barcelona, you will not only explore these two great cities, but also have the chance to study art, business, and local culture while getting to know local hangouts.
Visit four countries and 12 cities in three weeks. Experience everything from the markets of Morocco to the museums of Madrid on this engaging January Term travel-study program. Focus on European-North African relations as you take a comparative approach to study abroad.
Warm up your winter break traveling through the picturesque hillsides of France and Spain as you study the wine business. Considered the heart of the wine industry, CISabroad will show you why it continues to drive the market globally and be a significant producer to this day.
Spend January exploring American diplomacy with the beautiful backdrop of six cities, three countries, and two continents. Discover the vibrant diversity between France, Belgium, and Morocco while participating embassy briefings and academic lectures by scholars and resident experts.