Study Abroad Office Summer Programs

Centro Linguistico Conversa
Santa Ana, Costa Rica
Sixth Cycle: May 25-June 19
Seventh Cycle: June 22-July 17
Eighth Cycle: July 20-Aug. 14
Studying at Centro Linguistico Conversa allows students to strengthen their Spanish language skills through its intensive International program. Classes are offered in four-week sessions and have up to four people. Students are placed with a host family or in an on-campus residence hall. The campus is located on a mountaintop with a scenic view of the rain forest, beaches and volcanoes.

Grint Centre for Education and Culture
Moscow, Russia
May 25–July 19
Students can receive personal attention in Russian Language courses while studying at Grint Centre in Russia. The classes are taught in small groups of four to six students. Students may also enroll in three credit hour courses. Weekly excursions include cultural visits to theaters, concerts and sports arenas. Students have the choice of living with a host family or in residence halls. A meal plan is also included.  

University of Limerick
Limerick, Ireland
May 27-June 15
Study abroad at one of Ireland’s top independent, internationally focused universities. The University of Limerick has made a national reputation for its excellent programs in business and engineering. It offers six options for English-speaking classes, each three credits. Classes include law in Ireland, creative writing, sociological perspective in Irish society and several others. Students will take weekend excursions and travel to historic sites within the city. While in Ireland students will be housed on-campus with a living area, kitchen and lounge. For more information, visit

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola
Cusco, Peru
May 29, 2014
Students can choose between a four-week and an eight-week study abroad in Cusco, Peru, through the school's Latin American Studies Programs. The academic program offers Spanish-language courses and English coursework including history of the Inca civilization, art and design in Cusco, architecture, photography, culture of Peru and others. Students have the option to live with a host family or in a nearby hotel. For more information, check out

University of New York
Prague, Czech Republic
June 5-July 4 (three credit course)
July 7-July 31 (one credit course)
Study abroad at the center of Prague at the University of New York. UNYP offers more than 130 different courses, all taught in English, and popular courses include business administration, communication, economic relations, social science, finance and many more. With the metro and tram less than three minutes away from the University, students can travel to attractions nearby. Health insurance, pre-departure orientation, airport pickup, transportation pass and transcript fee are all included in the summer cost. The deadline to apply is April 15. For more information, visit

Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Commerciales d’Angers
Angers, France
June 10-July 9
Students will have the opportunity to study abroad at one of the top graduate schools of management in France. In the first three weeks the students will take the following courses: European economics, European Union studies and culture and communication. During the second half of the program, students will take business and cultural visits to places including Loire Valley, Normandy, Paris and Brussels. In Angers, students will be housed in residence halls with individual rooms with a kitchen and bathroom. For Brussels and Paris, students stay in three-star comfortable hotels on a double-room basis. For more information, visit

Edge Hill University
Ormskirk, England
June 15-July 13
Students can earn three credit hours while studying two of four modules at one of England’s top universities. Each module offers several excursions and one weekend trip to London. Edge Hill University will provide transportation to and from the airport and breakfast and lunch each weekday.

Maynooth University International Summer School
Maynooth, Republic of Ireland
July 5-Aug. 1
The national university of Ireland, studying at Maynooth University allows students to choose from 13 courses from eight different disciplines. Weekend and day trips are offered, with trips in the past including visiting Belfest, the Titanic Museum and the Peace Wall. Students can choose between living on campus or in apartments, and a full meal plan is included for weekdays.
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