Study Internship in Sorrento offers students the chance to fully integrate into the local
community. By working alongside local residents, you will learn about your field of study and
how it impacts the community that you are living and learning in.
Sharpen your Italian language skills, soak up the culture, and get great professional
experience while working at a local or multi-national company in Florence!
Placements are customized according to your background, skills, interests
and Italian proficiency.
Study at a Spanish university in Madrid's "university city" while enjoying a
smaller program and exceptional support. Study intensive Spanish for one
two months and choose from other courses in local topics offered in
January in Aix-en-Provence is an opportunity to explore and engage with the vibrant culture
of southern France. Choose form five J-Term course taught in English and practice your
French while live in the beauty of southern France.
You've seen the beauty of New Zealand in Lord of the Rings, now
experience it for yourself! Sunny beaches, ice glaciers, and lush
rainforests are just a few of the pristine locations to explore. Enjoy skiing to
surfing, skydiving to bungee jumping, hiking to kayaking, and much more!
Live in this sea-side, metropolitan city with more cafés per capita than New
York City. Take a broad range
of courses from environmental science to Maori culture, and enjoy the
boundless adventure opportunities
From sea kayaking and mountaineering to wine tasting and sheep shearing,
you’ll love all that the South
Island has to offer. Your Kiwi host (local New Zealand student) will show you
around your new home at the
country’s oldest university.
Exchange a little summer for a little winter in Dunedin, New Zealand. Enjoy world-class
academics, picturesque landscapes, and a youthful city bustling with students. On the
Summer in New Zealand program, you’ll get a taste of everything the country has to offer.
Why Study Abroad in New Zealand
New Zealand is a breath-takingly beautiful country, with lush landscapes, a beautiful coastline, scenic mountain ranges, and the Middle-earth scenery appearing in the Lord of the Rings films. New Zealand is also a warm and welcoming, English-speaking country. Many would think of New Zealand as a laid-back, and somewhat quaint nation, perhaps due to the fact that sheep outnumber people, but New Zealanders, or Kiwis, are a lively, adventure-seeking bunch.
Study abroad in New Zealand for a semester on either the North or South Island! What's the difference between the North and South Islands of New Zealand you may ask? Here's a quick rundown:
The North Island is more densely populated and home to relatively large cities such as Wellington - the "San Francisco of New Zealand" and home of Semester on the North Island - and Auckland - the country's largest city at nearly 1.5 million residents
The North Island has a more prevalent Maori culture, the native culture of Pacific island heritage
The South Island is renowned for its dramatic landscapes and exceptional outdoor adventure opportunities
The South Island has a larger European influence, as places like Dunedin (location of Semester on the South Island) still celebrate their Scottish heritage.
If you choose to study on the North Island, you’ll live in Wellington, the country’s capital city. You can study in a wide variety of courses at a university that warmly receives thousands of international students every term. On the South Island, you’ll study at the University of Otago, one of the few residential universities in New Zealand that receives Kiwis from around the country and students from around the world. Finally, you can also choose to do a J-Term or Winter Break program through our January in New Zealand program, which also takes place at the same university on the South Island.