Our faculty-led programs are designed to give you the best of both worlds—international exploration coupled with classroom experiences that inform and enhance your travels.
These programs are short-term, running from 1-4 weeks, meaning you don’t need to commit to traveling for a whole semester to get a taste of our international programs. However, you can also explore exchange programs for more long-term travel.
Upcoming Study Abroad Trips
- Study Abroad France
Dates: April 30th - May 19th, 2018
This summer, join us for a French language intensive program designed to help you improve your linguistic skills and cultural competence. This program will be hosted in the premises of CIEE in the city of Toulouse, or la ville rose as it is called in French for the pink tiles on the roofs.
- Study Abroad Scotland
Dates: May 7th - June 1st, 2018
Join us for an interdisciplinary program taking place at Flagler College and at Inverness College in Inverness, Scotland. This program is tailored to students interested in interdisciplinary work in the fields of Hospitality & Tourism, History, Sciences or International Studies, so credits can be for BUS, HIS, NAS, or HTM.
- Study Abroad Italy
Dates: May 14th - June 11th, 2018
In this summer study abroad program, you'll explore seven Italian cities in 29 days while receiving instruction in two co-requisite courses: ECO 340 Sacred Trust: The Medieval Roman Church as a Firm and BUS 340 Comparative Management Systems: Italy and the U.S.
- Study Abroad England & France
Dates: May 23rd - June 3rd, 2018
This Study Abroad course to England and France will integrate distance learning, online collaboration, classroom discussions, and on-site exploration in a foreign culture. The result is a high-impact educational experience that is unique at Flagler College, which will allow students to examine World War II from the 1940 London Blitz through the 1944 liberation of Paris from numerous perspectives.
- Study Abroad Cuba
Dates: June 10-19, 2018
Founded in 1519, Havana is the largest city in Cuba with a population of two million. It is the political and economic hub of the country, and boasts a vibrant arts scene – from the music for which the island nation is famous to film, dance, and visual arts. Students will explore this important place led by Flagler College faculty and supported by CIEE local staff.
- Study Abroad Bermuda
Dates: June 17-24, 2018
Shipwreck Ecology: this course was designed in partnership with the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo to offer students a rare underwater field research experience exploring Bermuda's shipwrecks and coral reefs.
- Study Abroad Yucatan
Program InformationThe 2018 Beyond Cancun Study Tour to Yucatan, Mexico will offer students a unique opportunity to study the Hispanic and Maya culture and religion in the heart of the Yucatan, home to the Maya civilization and some of the first missions founded by the Franciscans in continental America.
- Study Abroad Panama
Program InformationStudents participating in Study Abroad Panama will spend 6 days and nights with an indigenous Amazonian tribe, called the Embera. The Embera, in many ways, still embrace the traditions and other cultural phenomena of their ancestors. They occasionally allow student groups such as ours into their villages.
- Study Abroad Rome
Program InformationThe 2018 Rome study abroad trip will expose Honors students to the history, art and culture of the first republic, Rome. The US government is largely fashioned after the Roman republic model and exposing you to the history, culture and art of Rome will prove illuminating in understanding the US and Roman culture. The trip will also expand your knowledge of democracy, culture & art, and open your worldview.
- Study Away Los Angeles
Program InformationThis 5-day intensive study away program in Los Angeles is designed to explore current creative, business and technical trends in television, film, music production and graduate study options in that field. The trip will include behind the scenes visits to Warner Brothers, Disney Studios, Capitol Records, the Grammy Museum, CBS, The Ellen Show, and others in the industry.
- Study Away New York City
Program InformationA 4-day intensive study away program designed to broaden students’ knowledge of historical and contemporary art practice. Completed through visiting major museums, prominent gallery districts, and meeting professionals working in the art world. Students will be evaluated on their attendance, their preparation through reading prior to the trip and on their research into artists and completion of written requirements following the trip.
- Study Abroad Cuba
This faculty-led course will give students the opportunity to explore Cuba at a crucial moment in its history. Students will witness a nation caught between its revolutionary past and an uncertain future. They will gain first-hand information about the island’s social, cultural and economic evolution during a 13-day full-immersion trip to the Western Hemisphere’s only socialist nation. They will meet everyone from authors and entrepreneurs to artists and musicians while learning how Cuba has changed since the United States and Cuba restored diplomatic relations in 2015.
- Study Abroad Bermuda
- Study Abroad Russia
This study abroad trip consists of the 3 hour HIS 340 Revolutionary Russia course coupled with a 14 day trip to Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia. The focus of the trip will highlight the tumultuous revolutionary years that Russia experienced from the collapse of autocracy to the collapse of Communism. 2017 marks the 100 year anniversary of the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution. As such, coursework prior to the trip will emphasize the unique characteristics of Russian society and government that contributed to the eventual 1917 Revolution, as well as the impact and legacy of Communist rule. While in Moscow and St. Petersburg, students will further their knowledge through several onsite visits to relevant sites.
- Study Abroad Spain
This course abroad offers an overview of the heterogeneous cultural landscape of Spain through an interdisciplinary approach to its history. We will pay special attention to the on-site study of the conflict between two antagonistic national projects: one that understands Spain as a homogeneous entity and one that advocates for a plural conception of the country. The former has been historically based on authoritarian forms of government, the Catholic faith, and centralistic culture, while the latter emphasizes a liberal government, tolerance, and cultural diversity. To study these issues, we will devout a large portion of class time to field trips within Cuenca and its neighboring regions and cities such as Madrid, Toledo, and Valencia among the others.