Spend the spring semester at Victoria University in Wellington, studying a wide range of courses from English and economics to political science and history as you earn up to 16 semester credits. All courses are taught in English. In addition to the included social and cultural activities and excursions, you will get a taste of the local flavor with a meal allowance included on the program, while living in a University residence hall. Spend 7-days in Fiji on the optional Pacific Studies Program. This optional program takes place the week before arrival in Wellington, and is geared towards giving students a basic understanding of the cultures and way of life of the Pacific Island countries.
Earn up to 15 credits through a wide variety of courses studying at the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez in Viña del Mar. Live in a shared student apartment or as a member of a Chilean homestay, a great way to immerse yourself in the language. Truly take in the culture of Chile with included social and cultural activities such as a day trips to Santiago, Valparaiso, and Isla Negra. Options include a 4-day excursion to the town of Pucon, which overlooks the Villarica Volcano. Community volunteer opportunities are also available.
Earn college credit in South America's largest city, founded in 1554 by Jesuit priests. São Paulo has a unique ethnic diversity, not found anywhere else in the world. The multicultural metropolis is the economic and cultural heart of Brazil with the highest national consumer market and a vibrant fashion and music scene. Depending on the term, students can earn up to 9 or 18 semester credits while living in a homestay or student apartment/house. A meal allowance is provided. Cultural and social activities range from guided tours of the city center, to trips to art museums, and day trips to Juquehy Beach, Santos and Embu Das Artes. Check your desired term for specific program details, as summer programs differ slightly from year and semester programs. Volunteer and internship opportunities are available to academic year and semester students.