A superb study abroad experience awaits you in this beautiful Mediterranean
city: exciting excursions throughout Spain, white-sand beaches only a short
away, and courses in history, community development, health, and more!
Study AND intern abroad in beautiful and historic Aix-en-Provence, France!
Courses are offered in a variety of subjects, taught in both French and
English, and include language, history, culture, and business. Frequent
excursions and cultural activities in southern France round out this
Immerse yourself in the language, culture, and traditions of
vibrant Barcelona during your January Term or Winter Break. Take a
Spanish language course or culture course taught in English while enjoying
an active social and cultural schedule to help you make the most of your
CISabroad study abroad programs offer exceptional support, fun activities
and a variety of courses. Choose from programs in 19
countries at host institutions ranging from large, English-speaking
universities to small language and culture focused study centers. We offer
the BEST VALUE in study abroad, guaranteed!
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
Studying abroad is a life-changing experience. It's also an experience that may not be for everyone. If you're asking yourself "Why should I study abroad?" your initial curiosity is a good sign. Most people choose to study abroad because they are looking for something new, whether that's a new challenge, new physical or social environment, a new start, or all of those. Among the many dozens of reasons why you should study abroad, many of those involve learning: foreign languages, foreign cultures, more about yourself, and/or more about your home country.
When you participate in a study abroad program, whether for a semester/year, summer, or January/J Term, you can expect to grow personally, academically and professionally. Having to adapt to a new environment and culture makes you a strong and more capable person. You will meet fellow study abroad students from other schools, some of whom will likely be friends for life. You will interact with locals, providing insight into not only the local culture but also your culture back home.
When you study abroad with CISabroad, you get everything you need to make the most of your experience: pre-departure assistance, academic advising, on-site support, fun group activities, and more - for an affordable cost! When you compare everything we offer at the same or similar host institutions (the university or institute you study at abroad) for a more affordable cost price than you'll find elsewhere, you'll realize you're getting the best possible value.
While the decision-making process of where to study abroad may seem overwhelming, the initial decision to study abroad is the right one to make! Everything else will fall in line. We're happy to help make that choice of where to study abroad. Or, contact an advisor and we'll provide personalized counseling on whatever you're still considering.
We look forward to having you join us on one of our dozens of amazing study abroad programs!
Deciding where to study abroad is not usually an easy process. There are just too many intriguing countries, let alone cities, to choose from! It seems like you might not be able to pick the city that's perfect for you. Not to fret though, because you really can't go wrong.
CISabroad study abroad programs are based in countries we find fascinating, and in cities we would love to live in personally. So that's a start, but still leaves about 20 countries, some of which have multiple cities on offer...Some things to consider when deciding where to study abroad:
1. Foreign language: Looking to immerse yourself in a foreign language? Or, do you prefer to speak English while studying abroad?