Take your education to new heights in the heart of the Andes! Live and
in Ecuador, a country of
stunning contrasts, and study in Spanish with international and local
at a highly ranked private
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
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.
The diverse culture of South Africa makes it a prime location for a truly
international experience. Plunge from the world's highest bungee jump, cage
dive with great sharks, ride
an ostrich, or learn to surf. South Africa has enough adventure
opportunities to keep you busy for a lifetime.
Study in the heart of the Cape Winelands, in the country’s oldest college
town. Debate South African politics with the Political Club, learn to sail with
the yacht club, or take a world-famous safari to see the Big 5 (lion, leopard,
elephant, rhino, buffalo).
Ride an ostrich, visit a colony of beach penguins, and explore Tsitsikamma
National Park this summer.
Field trips, hands-on community service projects, and expert guest lecturers
make this a once-in-a-lifetime
Why Study Abroad in South Africa
South Africa is considered one of the most diverse countries in the world, in every sense of the word. Geographically, it boasts an impressive range of climates and natural features, from mountains and high plateus, to beautiful, Mediterranean-like coastline, and desert. It's a blend of a variety of cultures and ethnicities, including Sub-Saharan African, European, and Asian. It's considered a developed and commercialized country, but there's a large disparity between the "haves and have nots."
CISabroad offers semester and summer study abroad programs in beautiful Stellenbosch, a college town set outside of Cape Town. Stellenbosch is revered for its wide tree-lined streets, cafe culture, European heritage, and location in the Cape Winelands, flanked by prominent mountains. Choose from a variety of African and South African topics such as Apartheid, HIV and AIDS in Africa, Human Rights, and South African History, as well as broader topics, as you study for a semester or summer.