Language learning comes naturally when you study abroad. From teens to professionals, students to retirees, everyone can study abroad. Take a look at our programs, then get in touch so we can start planning your study abroad program together.
This is despite the fact that studying abroad is an experience most people - especially those who grew up in the United States - feel is reserved for their time in college. Here are three reasons teens can jump beyond their comfort zone into something… err… someplace brand new! High school students can do a lot of things abroad: volunteer abroad, vacation abroad, even backpack abroad.
In brief, week day morning classes begin at 9am and run until noon. In the afternoons you will attend either your elective class or choose from cultural and recreation activities. For more specific information on each summer program please refer to the web page of the program you are interested in.
Summer volunteer programs for high school students abroad span the gamut. Teens can work with large nonprofits, in community development projects lead by small enterprises, on farms, in the water. But why should you let your baby boy or girl run off on teenage volunteer summer programs—especially abroad?
It's so easy and so much fun for younger learners to learn a language now. On the following pages of our website you'll find all the possibilities for this age-group from summer camps to year-round programmes, and then more intensive higher studies preparation for older students. These types of study abroad programmes are meticulously organised with safety the first priority.
Study French Language and experience the French Riviera this summer! Weekly programs starting in July and continue thru August. Live in campus housing — student type flats Villa 2 — 3 students per room fully furnished.
In a smaller, picturesque place like Freiburg or Brighton? Near the beach or in the middle of an idyllic valley surrounded by mountains? Time to re-pack! Lots of language schools can provide you with a packing list, so use this handy resource when in doubt.
No way! Sure, they might eat their weight in ravioli on high school study abroad programs in Italy, but you would, too. Good job!