Located just 20 miles south of Naples, Sorrento is the gateway to the Amalfi Coast and can
be described as a paradise by the sea. Whether you’re looking to catch the train to Rome, or
take a ferry out to the Islands of Capri and Ischia, Sorrento’s location in the temperate
Mediterranean climate makes it a desirable year round destination for exploring Italian
Imagine spending your summer in the scenic seaside city of Sorrento, the gateway to the
Amalfi Coast. Study Italian, Marine Biology, Volcanology, International Tourism, and
Sustainability by day, and retreat to the romantic piazzas overlooking the sea by night.
Experience the old meeting new in Scotland as you walk amongst castles on
cobblestone streets on your way to modern, lively bars, and restaurants!
Challenge yourself academically at either Edinburgh Napier University or the
University of Stirling, which both have cutting-edge courses in a broad array
There’s a castle on campus, seriously…study on an 18th-century estate
Scottish highlands! This
highly affordable program means you can live your dream of studying in
Scotland without breaking the
Imagine a summer of exploring and learning in this historic country with your
base in Stirling, the Gateway
to the Highlands. Join us for great academics, fun excursions throughout
Scotland, and a chance to
Why Study Abroad in Scotland
Scotland, part of the United Kingdom, is situated to the north of England. It's a country known for castles and kilts, but take a closer look and you'll see a vibrant country with exceptional adventure opportunities and progressive culture. Scotland has something for everyone: from its rugged Highlands to modern cities built upon medieval fortresses.
With CISabroad, you can choose to have your castles either on campus or in town - a tough, but fun decision!Study abroad in Edinburgh, an amazing historic city dominated by its namesake Edinburgh Castle. If you prefer your castles on campus, consider studying abroad in Stirling for a semester or a summer. This incredible 18th-century campus houses a castle and a large loch, and is considered the "Gateway to the Highlands."