- Siem Reap
- Phnom Penh
- Ho Chi Minh City
- South Korea
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Imagine studying Buddhism in the temples of Angkor Wat and exploring the busy streets of Tokyo and Seoul. Picture yourself swimming in the Aegean Sea, studying the Caesars in the Roman Forum or the effects of the World Wars from the site of the atomic bomb drop in Hiroshima, Japan and the trenches in France. We believe that the best learning lies in experiencing the world around us where there are no desks, there are no walls – The WORLD is our classroom.
Fall Semester Europe: Rome, Roccamare, Florence, Borgo San Luigi, Barcelona, Madrid, Lisbon, Paris, Heidelberg, The Swiss Alps, Munich & Berlin
Spring Semester Asia: Bangkok, Siem Reap, Phnom Penh, Mui Ne, Ho Chi Minh City, Tokyo, Kyoto, Hiroshima, Seoul
- 10:1 Student to staff ratio (maximum)
- Ministry-approved credits
- Visiting Famous UNESCO Sites and Museums
- Individual attention via Masterclasses
- Traveling through multiple continents and 14 countries
This program is for anyone interested in learning how the world works and exploring the global issues impacting our lives. In the spring semester, students will learn the inner workings of communist and capitalist economies and gain insight through case studies and assignments in cities such as Siem Reap, Seoul, and Tokyo.
Our journey takes us through Western Europe, with each destination acting as a perfect backdrop to dive deeply into the reasons we act, govern, and live in today's world. The past shapes who we are, and this semester opens student's eyes by seeing famous works of art in the Louvre, climbing the peaks of the Swiss Alps, and visiting the ancient Roman ruins.