Let the world be your classroom. Combine studies and experience with the excitement of travel. Our programs allow you to choose credit or non-credit, a range of durations, and a wide assortment of destinations.

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Application Process for Study Abroad Field Schools
There are three different categories for application, as described below:

Japan Field Studies: History and Culture

Registration open for 2019

This is your once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel and study in Japan. Led by two native Japanese instructors, Nariko Takayanagi and Akemi Takei, you will visit major Japanese cities (Tokyo, Yokohama, Kyoto, Nara and Hiroshima) and experience traditional and contemporary Japanese history and culture.

Korea and Thailand Field Studies: Business and Culture - Spring 2019

Registration open for 2019

Instructors Kenneth Wong and Avram Agov will lead you through interdisciplinary studies of Korean and Thai business and historical culture

European Field Studies: Crossing Boundaries, Bridging Worlds

Not currently available

Join English Instructor Joanne Horwood and Geography Instructor Katrina Erdos as we explore the landscapes and culture of a range of Italian cities - Sorrento, Rome, Florence & Venice - as well as London. As you travel, create your own blog, a unique travelogue of reflections and photographs about your adventures.

Gothic Field Studies

Not currently available

Looking for a unique study experience in the UK? Send instructor Karen Budra an email if you're interested in learning more about this upcoming field studies opportunity.

New York Theatre

Not currently available

Looking for a unique study experience in New York? Send instructor Joanne Horwood an email if you're interested in learning more about this field studies opportunity.

Study Abroad in the Caribbean

Not currently available

Travel to Barbados, Dominica, and St Lucia to learn about the interplay between land and people, environment, and culture.