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.
Summer at the University of Sydney has it all: world-class academics at a prestigious
university, life in a vibrant, historical city, and endless opportunities to immerse yourself in
Australian culture. Join hundreds of other internationals and see why so many choose life in
Warm up your winter break traveling through the picturesque hillsides of France and Spain
you study the wine business. Considered the heart of the wine industry, CISabroad will
you why it continues to drive the market globally and be a significant producer to this day.
Visit Mexico, where Spanish colonial architecture and local indigenous culture are the
backdrop for a new era of economic growth and modernity. Ancient ruins, rustic cobblestone
streets, lush trees and flowers, and colorful churches are just a few of the things we love
Mexico is a country with rich heritage and vibrant cultures. It's one of the most diverse countries in the world, with snow-capped peaks, desert, jungle, and beautiful coastline. When you study abroad in Mexico, you can expect to be warmly welcomed by our southern neighbors in a Spanish accent and dialect that is most widely spoken in the U.S., so things should sound familiar.
CISabroad study abroad programs in Mexico are based in Cuernavaca, nicknamed the "City of Eternal Spring" due to its year-round temperate, sunny climate. You’ll fall in love with the upper-middle class city of Cuernavaca, one of the safest and most beautiful study abroad locations in all of Mexico. The city has endless cultural, historical, and modern attractions and events to keep you busy! It was the home of Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortés, whose palace remains in the central plaza. You can study abroad in Mexico for a semester or a summer, taking intensive Spanish language classes with the option to also take a class or two taught in English. Or, you can spend your Winter Break, J-Term or intersession studying Spanish.