Gain first-hand knowledge, connections, and international work experience through an academic internship in Sydney, Australia.
Gain first-hand knowledge, connections, and international work experience through an academic internship in Hong Kong.
Gain first-hand knowledge, connections, and international work experience through an academic internship in Prague, Czech Republic.
Dive headfirst into French culture—past and present—while living in Paris, one of the most picturesque cities in the world.
Gain first-hand knowledge, connections, and international work experience through an academic internship in Paris, France.
Develop your knowledge and understanding of Italian history, society and culture from personal experience.
Journey to Barcelona and investigate the effects of migration in Western Europe and the United States before and after September 11, 2001.
Broaden your architecture experience by stepping into a town where culture, food, ritual, and environment significantly impact urban design.
Gain first-hand knowledge, connections, and international work experience through an academic internship in Madrid, Spain.
Sharpen your Spanish language abilities in Madrid, the stunning cosmopolitan capital of Spain.
Advance your Mandarin language skills while taking your business career to the next level in Taipei, Taiwan's capital and largest city.
Journey to London to discover the pagan models for values that celebrate desires as a means of participating in aspects of life at its most intense.
Gain first-hand knowledge, connections, and international work experience through an academic internship in London.
Introduce yourself to the cultural and political identity of the Low Countries—the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg, three contrasting monarchies in the heart of Europe.
Experience the vibrant “Paris of Latin America” through the abundance of its street fairs, music and film festivals, cultural activities, and amazing cuisine.
Experience the historic and ever-changing city of Havana and examine Cuba's revolutionary tradition on a multi-city trip across the island.
Experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to interact with multiple indigenous groups and see parts of Ecuador that are not available to traditional tourists.
Walk in the footsteps of Jefferson, Twain, Hemingway, Stein and other Americans in Paris, while participating in one of the lower-cost programs in Europe.
Visit Roman, Etruscan, and Greek ruins and discover why Rome is considered an outdoor museum.
Explore the diverse cultural and natural landscapes of the Peruvian highlands. Based in Cuzco, the program includes trips to Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca.
Porto will be our gateway to an exciting exploration of Portuguese culture, literature, and society.
Experience the literature, history, and culture of South Africa while in the amazing waterfront city of Cape Town and on safari. See elephants, rhinoceros, buffalos, lions, and leopards!
Multiculturalism is not just a 21st century phenomenon. Explore the cities of Salamanca, Toledo, Madrid, Cordoba, Sevilla, and Granada to learn about the religious and cultural differences of medieval Spain.
Consider how men and women communicate as you engage with culture, art, history, and the city of London.
Study in Oxford, the birthplace of modern fantasy: see what inspired Wonderland, Narnia and the Shire, float Ratty and Lyra's river, and walk the halls of Hogwarts.
Study the ghosts and hauntings of Edinburgh, one of Europe’s most beautiful cities, cruise the Loch Ness, visit Glasgow and trek through the Highlands of Scotland.
Learn about visual communication while exploring the iconic landmarks—from the dramatic monuments on the National Mall to the famous skyline of the city that never sleeps.
Attend an entire A-level film festival in the Italian-Swiss Lake region, with two-weeks of preparatory film studies in Cannes, France.
Experience Celtic culture through literature, culture, language, music, and politics.
Experience the full immersion in the rich cultural resources, vibrant social life and political activities of Buenos Aires.
Spend your summer at the Center for Theater of the Oppressed (CTO) learning about their on-going projects in Rio de Janeiro.
Take advantage of a unique opportunity to live and study in Salvador da Bahia, one of Brazil's foremost cultural centers.
With the renowned author Hans Christian Andersen as our springboard, this Travel Study program in Denmark will take full advantage of field trips, walking tours and hands-on exploration of place and space.
Explore ancient Greece through a combination of classical archaeological site visits, lectures, and the works of Homer, Plato, Sophocles, and Aristophanes.
Examine the experiences of some of the most important American writers and artists who spent time in Florence, the beautiful Tuscan city where the Italian Renaissance originated.
Enjoy an idyllic summer on the Adriatic coast of Italy while studying language and culture in the capital of Italian seaside tourism and nightlife.
Study Spanish language or Mexican literature in a city lined with colonial mansions and participate in a number of cultural excursions to Mayan ruins, the Yucatecan cenotes, and protected wildlife reserves.
Study in depth the Barcelona of today, its cultural dynamism, its place in today’s Spain, and in the heart of Catalan culture.
Gain an intimate knowledge of London, discovering, walking and mapping the psychogeography of the contemporary capital while recovering the hidden traces of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Experience Shakespeare’s plays as they were meant to be experienced, on the stage as well as the page, and in the company of his fellow dramatists, during a summer session spent in Stratford-upon-Avon and London, England.
Take courses in German art, culture, and history as you move from Vienna to Munich and on to Berlin.
Ghana is one of Africa’s fastest-growing, more diverse economies and is held as a model for peace and democracy on the continent. Come study and live alongside Ghanaian and international students.
The course explores Athenian history ca. 479-404 BCE, when the city developed a tributary, maritime empire that ranked it among the most powerful polities in the eastern Mediterranean world.
These are hands-on classes, where you will touch a Roman aqueduct, roam around a medieval city, and understand what a cathedral is from being inside and looking through its windows.
Study Britain 1485-1760 and Modern Britain in London. The program syllabus will be posted online soon.
This special double course takes place in central London, UK. Students will study the modern poems, short stories, novels, and cultural history that have constructed London as a global city, while living there and experiencing it firsthand.
This study abroad program in Scotland introduces students to cultural studies by highlighting key terms and concepts that have come to define the field.
Vietnam, Vietnam Encounters (UC Riverside)
This course is tailored for summer travel-study in Hue, Vietnam. It uses the lens of “travel writing” to study the formation of Vietnamese culture from ancient roots in the Bronze Age to the buzzing present.
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Czech Republic, In Search of Kafka in Prague (UC San Diego)
Imagine walking on the Charles Bridge, over the Vltava River, as the baroque statues, depicting various saints stationed on the balustrade, evoke a gothic sense of romance amid a Bohemian city.
France, Jazz in Paris (UC San Diego)
Spend the summer learning how Jazz developed and why it was so enthusiastically received by the Parisians in the 1920s.
France, Warren in Paris (UC San Diego)
This global seminar offers students a deep immersion in the enchantments of Paris, past and present.
Germany, Modernism and Design: The Bauhaus Experience (UC San Diego)
This Global Seminar focuses on the history, contradictions, and legacy of the Bauhaus School and its underlying philosophy as a lens into the larger International Style in architecture and planning across the world.
Greece, Modern Greece (UC San Diego)
Athens is one of the oldest and most cosmopolitan cities in the world. And Greece, of course, is renowned for its long history, natural beauty, spectacular seascapes, and welcoming culture. What better place to spend part of your summer studying history?
Israel, Start Up Nation (UC San Diego)
Jerusalem, one of the most fascinating cities on earth, provides an ideal setting for students to gain an in-depth understanding of the complexities of Israel’s history, politics, religion, society and culture.
Italy, Revelle in Rome (UC San Diego)
Study the revival of classical culture and values and the place of human beings in the world, as we experience Rome and visit Florence.
Mexico, Revolution and Resistance (UC San Diego)
In the classroom (in a beautiful colonial neighborhood in the southern part of the city) you will learn all about modern Mexican history, from the Mexican Revolution’s calls for economic and social justice to the dilemmas of post-revolutionary nation-building and the nation’s contemporary social and political challenges.
Literature and film from Africa and Spain, providing perspectives from both sides will be linked for a portrait of this evolving, often uneasy merger of complex cultures and religions.
Thailand, Sex and Health in Southeast Asia (UC San Diego)
Sexual Health in Bangkok focuses on efforts to prevent and treat HIV/AIDS among sexually diverse populations in Bangkok.
United Kingdom, Enlightenment, Revolution, and Romanticism (UC San Diego)
Often referred to as “the Athens of the North” because of its rich intellectual tradition in the arts, humanities, and sciences, Edinburgh is the second most visited city in the United Kingdom.
United Kingdom, Old Europe, New Europe: Revelle in London (UC San Diego)
Both of the courses in this program are firmly and continually grounded in the historical experience of London. The city itself, and England more broadly speaking, will figure prominently in many of the assignments for both the Humanities course and the course on tourism.