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Academic Study Associates Summer Abroad Programs - [New Window] - ASA's goal is to prepare students for that important transition from high school to college. Learning how to balance academic and social commitments, living with a roommate, and being part of a collegiate environment are all vital skills to make your college career successful. ASA programs are accredited by the Council on Standards for International Educational Travel (CSIET). CSIET is a private, not-for-profit organization whose mission is to identify reputable international youth exchange programs, to provide leadership and support to the exchange and educational communities so that youth are provided with meaningful and safe international exchange experiences, and to promote the importance and educational value of international youth exchange. ASA standards comply with those set forth by CSIET and are reviewed on a regular basis for yearly certification on the CSIET Advisory List.

Choate Rosemary Hall Summer Programs Abroad - [New Window] - Summer language immersion programs in France (Paris) or Spain for high school students: improving French or Spanish by living abroad with a family and studying language, art, and history during vacation.

Harvard Summer School Study Abroad Programs - [New Window] - Each program is as demanding as it is rewarding, owing to the strong commitment of Harvard faculty and the partnership between the Summer School and foreign universities. Unlike many study opportunities abroad, our programs are led exclusively by our faculty, ensuring the same high-quality education students encounter on campus in Cambridge.

New York University Summer Study Abroad - [New Window] - NYU offers summer study in more than 25 locations worldwide. Search programs by destination (country) or by the school at NYU whose faculty leads them. In addition to currently enrolled NYU undergraduate and graduate students, students from other colleges and universities and adults who want to earn college credits may apply. A high school diploma or equivalent is required and most programs also require the completion of at least two full-time semesters of college credit.

Study Abroad Summer Camps and Summer Study Programs - [New Window] - Resources to help you locate study abroad opportunities.

Summer Abroad - UC Davis - [New Window] - Summer Abroad is one of three study abroad programs offered through the Education Abroad Center (EAC), a unit of the University Outreach and International Programs office. UC Davis Summer Abroad programs offer students short but intense academic courses that are complemented with a wealth of cultural activities. The courses are structured in such a way that students gain knowledge not only in the classroom, but also from experiential learning that takes advantage of the program site. All of our programs are built around UC Davis courses and are led by UC Davis faculty. Many provide opportunities for students to visit non-English speaking countries while doing their coursework in English. Our class sizes are limited, generally enrolling from 18-30 students, thus allowing us to create intimate learning communities overseas.

Summer Study Abroad Programs - [New Window] - Comprehensive directory of summer study abroad programs. You can use Summer.StudyAbroad.com to conduct an extensive college search for the ideal summer study abroad program during your overseas study. Follow links, graphics or e-mail buttons and request more information. Your opportunity for international study is almost here.

Syracuse University Summer Abroad Programs - [New Window] - About 50 percent of students who study at SU Abroad centers are Syracuse students. The rest come from over 150 schools and colleges across the U.S. About 100 of these schools have agreements with Syracuse that include tuition grants and pre-approved programs and courses. A list of participating schools is available on our study abroad advisors page. The majority of SU Abroad students are undergraduates, but SU also offers year-long, semester-long, and summer graduate programs. Graduate students make up 50 percent of SU Abroad summer enrollment.

Teenager Study Abroad and Summer Camps - [New Window] - Studying and traveling abroad can be one of the most valuable, enriching experiences of your life ... IF you choose the right program. To help you and your parents/guardians through this sometimes confusing and overwhelming process, talk to the experts at AmeriSpan. We understand your questions and concerns because we have personally dealt with the same issues. We have gone to great lengths to make the process of choosing and applying for a quality teenager program abroad easier than ever. All of our staff members have studied and/or lived abroad for extended periods of time. Collectively, we have traveled to more than 65 countries and speak 10 languages. Since the early 90’s, we have used our expertise and experience to help more than 30,000 people study abroad.

UNC-Chapel Hill Summer School Abroad - [New Window] - As an integral component of UNC's strategy of internationalization, the Study Abroad Office provides access to a wide portfolio of educational opportunities that reflect and support the intellectual, financial and cultural needs of our diverse student body. Participation in a study abroad program encourages the exchange of knowledge and understanding, and promotes enlightened and responsible citizenship and leadership for our state and nation.

University of Pennsylvania Summer Abroad Programs - [New Window] - Penn Summer Abroad programs are designed for undergraduate students at accredited U.S. or international institutions. All programs require that students are in good academic and judicial standing. Refer to your particular programs and courses for any additional criteria or prerequisites.





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