Imagine studying abroad in one of the most politically and religiously significant nations in the world! There is arguably no destination more diverse and historic than Israel. As the hub of the world’s monotheistic religions – Judaism, Islam, and Christianity– Israel offers countless opportunities to experience its rich history through preserved sacred sites, beautiful places of worship and abundant museums. At the same time, the small nation is also modern, urbanized and bustling. Known as the Start Up Nation, Israel’s technological sector is second only to Silicon Valley. This thriving sector drives the economy of Israel and paves the road for modern infrastructure, endless entertainment and whirling nightlife. The landscape of Israel is as diverse as its people. With pristine beaches along the Mediterranean coastline and snowcapped mountains in the north, opportunities arise for any type of adventure-seeker.
Founded in 1821, Heriot-Watt University focuses on preparing students for the workforce with programs catered to practical, applied learning. Students attending the university not only have the opportunity to experience all that Edinburgh has to offer, but also leave with valuable hands-on experience in their field of study. Offering a diverse course listing, complete with top programs in Textiles & Design and Brewing & Distilling, Heriot-Watt provides students with an exceptionally unique study abroad experience. The University’s offerings extend beyond its campus, as Edinburgh is a great location for students and visitors of all ages. The city – known as the world’s leading festival city - boasts beautiful landscapes and a lively downtown complete with a thriving art scene.
Ranked as one of the top universities in Latin America, Universidad Austral provides diverse courses, academically challenging curriculum and extracurricular activities for international students and Argentines alike. With courses taught in both English and Spanish, students have the option to take courses that not only fit their career goals, but also their language preference. In addition, the campus is home to eight institutes dedicated to various academic studies, which provides opportunities for virtually any major. The University’s campus in Buenos Aires is the perfect opportunity for international students to explore Argentine culture. Known as the “Paris of the South”, Buenos Aires offers students an affordable and rewarding alternative to studying abroad in Europe. Students enjoy week nights out tango dancing, watching fútbol or visiting museums in central Buenos Aires, while weekends are ideal for planning adventurous excursions to the countryside that include hiking, trekking, swimming, camping and skiing.