Students from colleges and universities throughout the U.S. study abroad with Arcadia University through The College of Global Studies, the first college of its kind in the U.S. With over 130 programs in 15 countries, we offer a wide range of programs in many study areas. Types of programs include:
Internships, Semester, Summer & J Term, Custom Programs, Short-term programs, Faculty-led programs, Service Learning, Research Opportunities and Academic Year.
Our network of staff, faculty and 10 centers around the world support students with everything from academics to student services, accommodation, health & safety and local community engagement. Building on over 65 years of international education experience, The College leads the way in innovative programming for study abroad.
Our centers are located in: Athens, Cape Town, Edinburgh, Istanbul, Barcelona, Dublin, Granada, London, Melbourne and Rome.
RebeccaAge: 19-24FemaleCaliforniaUniversity of Massachusetts- AmherstFantastic Opportunity09/16/2015How could this program be improved?
If you are looking for a cheaper way to study abroad at Oxford, look into their Visiting Student Programme. You can apply directly to the university and save on the program fee. I'd go back and do that if I could.
AlexandraAge: 19-24FemaleUnited StatesUniversity of GlasgowGlasWow12/22/2014How could this program be improved?
Study-abroad students seemed to be randomly placed in housing assignments. For example, my friends studying abroad got placed in a way nicer section, while I (a junior) got placed in the freshman dorms that were a 25 minute walk from the University. Other than that, no complaints.
SarahAge: 19-24FemaleGranville OhioDenison University
EricAge: 19-24MaleUnited StatesSanta Clara UniversityBusiness and the Arts: An interesting combination11/14/2014How could this program be improved?
I would probably have preferred a little more academic support when it came closer to the time for our final papers and tests, but that isn't exactly the British system of academics. Or, I might have appreciated interning with a group alongside my fellow classmates rather than turning it into a solo time with only passing glances whenever you got a chance.