Study Abroad Programs
In collaboration with the Office of International Programs, the College offers six summer Study Abroad Programs. Studying abroad may be a defining moment in your educational career and life. Study abroad allows you to explore other cultures, languages, cuisines, and potentially inspire you towards a new career path, while making new friends and experiencing the world.
Scholarships available, learn more, here:
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Fukuoka is the capital of Fukuoka Prefecture and is located on the northern shore of the island of Kyushu. It is a young, user-friendly city made up of seven districts. Fukuoka is the center of government, economics, culture, and fashion for Kyushu. It is a city with distinct character, combining the charm of a major metropolis with the beauty of Hakata Bay, along with the rich and vibrant culture and tradition that has evolved over centuries. For more information, contact
Sumiko Uo, at 561-297-0303 and
or Tania Tucker at 561-297-3227 and
. View flyer and syllabus.
Archaeological Fieldwork in Coastal Ecuador
The FAU field school attracts a diverse student body from universities and colleges in the U.S., Europe and South America. The academic purpose of FAU’s field school is to train undergraduate and graduate students in archaeological and ethnographic methods. Students gain hands-on experience in anthropology through faculty-supervised research projects that are part of a research program that aims to understand the connections between the prehistoric past and present in terms of South American adaptations to coastal environments. The area of interest is the Pacific coast of Southern Manabí Province, Ecuador. The region is characterized by deep and shallow bays, alluvial valleys, and coastal mountains. Investigations focus on the systematic survey of alluvial valleys and on the excavation of coastal and inland sites. Over the past 15 years, FAU has participated in creating a research infrastructure that few other American universities have in the international arena. Over 200 students have been educated in this program, many of whom use this field program as their entry into the profession of anthropology. For more
Valentina Martinez at 561-297-0991 and
or Amanda Frederick at 561-297-1080 and
This course explores the culture of past and present Berlin through its literature, urban sites and relevant cultural events and is recommended for students interested in German literature, culture and society. With Berlin as the classroom, students will have a first-hand experience of the city’s present day cultural life and simultaneously be able to explore the cultural commemoration of its past.
For more information, contact
Evelyn Trotter at 561-297-1294 and
or Tania Tucker at 561-297-3227 and
Venice’s nicknames include “Queen of the Adriatic”, “City of Water”, “City of Bridges”, and “The City of Light.” Spend your summer experiencing and living La Dolce Vita in one of Italy’s most famous cities. Tour some of the world’s most treasured sites outside of the tourist’s routes. Planned excursions include the Venetian Villas along the Brenta Canal by boat, the Dolomiti Mountains with a nature walk, and a boat tour of the Venetian lagoon. This program provides students with the opportunity to learn Italian language and culture through full immersion while discovering the monuments and artwork the city offers. Studying in Venice gives students a sensation of living in a place out of this world - no streets, no cars, no noise, only footsteps and water reflections in every corner. For more information, contact
Amanda Frederick, at 561-297-1080 and
or Ilaria Serra at 561-297-3623 and
Arrangements for study abroad take time, the ideal time to study abroad is sophomore or junior year. Please plan to speak with an advisor within your program ahead of time to determine if the opportunity can apply to your academic program.