In addition to traditional study abroad and research programs, more students and faculty are participating in experiential learning courses, volunteer service and mission trips. These opportunities immerse globally-minded students in different cultures and offer a hands-on educational experience.
Many programs are unaffiliated with your school and are based in countries with emerging economies or in remote and difficult regions. In these areas, natural disasters, riots, crime, accidents and sickness can seriously endanger well-being, disrupt travel and undermine personal safety.
Before students go abroad, it is important to fully manage the travel, security and health risks that they may face. Preparation is key--information on personal security, cultural and travel tips, health issues, and food and water safety as well as vaccinations, can help make your study abroad program a better experience.
At this time, our scholastic programs are only available to colleges and universities based in the United States and Canada.
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