Nanjing, China

Intensive Chinese Language + Culture

Click to scroll down and read more

Information for term Intensive Chinese Language + Culture

Application deadline, and cost information.

Application Deadline

May 1, 2019
weeks
days
hours

Program Deadlines and Pricing Info

  • Tentative Dates: Aug 30 – Dec 14, 2019 (15 weeks)*
  • Credit: 15 - 18 semester hours / 22.5 - 27 quarter hours
  • Eligibility: 2.5 Overall GPA

Application Deadline

The application deadline has passed.

Program Deadlines and Pricing Info

  • Dates: Feb 15 – Jun 1, 2019 (15 weeks)
  • Credit: 15 - 18 semester hours / 22.5 - 27 quarter hours
  • Eligibility: 2.5 Overall GPA

Application Deadline

November 1, 2019
weeks
days
hours

Program Deadlines and Pricing Info

  • Credit: 15 - 18 semester hours / 22.5 - 27 quarter hours
  • Eligibility: 2.5 Overall GPA

Application Deadline

May 1, 2019
weeks
days
hours

Program Deadlines and Pricing Info

  • Credit: 15 - 18 semester hours / 22.5 - 27 quarter hours
  • Eligibility: 2.5 Overall GPA

Overview

Click to Open

Take your Chinese skills to the next level in a thriving metropolis that’s both former capital of the Ming Dynasty and current home to many Fortune 500 companies. Long a center of education and culture, this university-city has everything you need to ramp up your language skills, sink into Chinese culture, and launch exciting excursions beyond the city.  

Unique Experiences

  • Live with a Chinese roommate

    or a host family to fully experience Chinese daily life, Nanjing style.

  • Explore southwest or northwest China

    and see how the people, geography, food and customs change from eastern China.

  • See temples and architecture

    from the Ming Dynasty and the Republican Era and learn how these periods influenced the China you see today.

  • colleges and universities

    50+
  • year-old city wall, the longest in the world

    600
  • college students

    700K

Location & Culture

Click to Open

Safe, evergreen, livable, economic power, cultural center, home of 50-plus universities – what more could a student want? Just over an hour from Shanghai by high-speed train, Nanjing prides itself on maintaining traditional elements like classical temples and a 600-year-old Ming city wall, while it provides a base for hundreds of multinational corporations and many Fortune 500 companies. Nanjing was Imperial China’s seat of power for six dynasties, and is one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China. With a higher student to population ratio than any other Chinese city, you can’t beat its student-friendly environment.

The Culture

EXCURSIONS & ACTIVITIES

  • Take a field trip to see the Presidential Palace - where China’s modern democracy was born.
  • Walk atop the city’s 600-year-old wall and take a boat out on the beautiful Xuanwu Lake.
  • Learn outside the box by singing karaoke with Chinese roommates, participating in dragon boat races, or dining with Chinese families.
  • Learn calligraphy, Tai Chi, and traditional Chinese painting.
  • See the dramatic differences between western and eastern china with an unforgettable excursion:
    • Fall: Northwest. The Silk Road was an ancient highway for merchandise, religion, culture, and art. Travel from the start of its northern route in Xi’an, an ancient capital of China, visit the world famous Terracotta Warriors and try out the northwestern cuisine. Trek on camels in the sand dunes of Dunhuang in Gansu province, a fertile and magnificent oasis where a trove of Buddhist relics wait for you to explore.
    • Spring: Southwest. Head to Sichuan, Guangxi, or another province. In Sichuan, hike on the ever-green Mt. Qingcheng, the birthplace of Chinese Taoism, and learn about giant pandas’ habitat and Sichuanese teahouse culture. In Guangxi, trek through the lofty Dragon’s Backbone Rice Terraces, stay with the Zhuang villagers to learn about their ethnic minority culture, or venture off on bamboo rafts along the picturesque Li River.

PROJECTS

 

  • Peer Language Tutor program. To ensure progress in linguistic and cultural fluency, each student is paired with a Nanjing University student for one-on-one Chinese language tutorials for three hours a week. Practice pronunciation, get help with homework, and strike up conversations in Mandarin.  
  • Target language meals. To encourage students to use Chinese in daily life, CIEE Nanjing provides language meal stipends for students to share meals with Chinese roommates and friends.
  • Volunteering. We’ll help you connect with Chinese people and give back to a migrant school, home for the elderly, bilingual magazines, Chinese NGOs, and more.

 

Daily Life

Click to Open
  • HOUSING

    Homestays: Living with a host family option is ideal for students who want to establish relationships with Chinese people and make rapid language progress. Most families live within a 40-minute commute of campus by public transportation.

    Residence Halls: Students live in Nanjing University’s international dorm Zeng Xianzi, in double rooms with private bathrooms. Roommates are Chinese students, majoring in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages, or other social science and science departments at Nanjing University. The 12-story building houses CIEE classrooms, study room, student lounge, administrative and faculty offices. Campus also has a three-story student cafeteria, library, laundry facilities, tracks, basketball and soccer fields, swimming pool and fitness facilities within a short walking distance.

  • MEALS

    The campus cafeteria is a three-floor building with a variety of choices from dumplings to all kinds of stir-fried vegetables, meats, and hot stews at a discounted student price. Around campus there are many eateries, small restaurants and bakeries including northwestern noodles, local Nanjing cuisines, fried rice, soup dumplings and hot pot all at a decent price. You can also enjoy other Asian cuisine and western food like Korean, Indian, Japanese cuisines, burgers and sandwiches within walking distance. 

Nanjing, China

Where You'll Study

  • A

    CIEE NANJING

    At Nanjing University on the Gulou campus downtown.

  • B

    NANJING UNIVERSITY

    One of the most prestigious universities in China

  • C

    Getting Around

    Around Students usually take subways and buses to get around. Taxis are usually less than 2 dollars in downtown Nanjing.

What People are Saying

  • CIEE Nanjing has altered my life. My time in Nanjing has been invaluable since I have improved my language skills beyond expectation in so little time

    Sophie Schoultz, Georgetown University, spring 2017
  • Nanjing is the perfect mix of Beijing’s iconic culture and Shanghai’s metropolitan feel. An idyllic college town that offers intensive language courses, a supportive staff and a close community with Chinese roommates. This city soon became my home away from home. 

    Azuraye Wycoff, University of Colorado, 2013-14
  • This program really allowed me to not only improve my Chinese competency, but to also dig a deeper passion for the language and culture. 

    Rob Rodriguez, University of Tulsa, spring 2017
  • I love Nanjing in part for the city's climate and atmosphere. The CIEE Nanjing Center is perfectly situated at the heart of Nanjing -- walking distance from beautiful places. After class, I can take a relaxing run around a scenic lake and then in the evening walk to all kinds of restaurants and shopping areas. 

    John Davis, Georgetown University, fall 2012

Like what you're seeing so far?

request more information

What you need to know

The program details

Established in 1982, CIEE Nanjing at Nanjing University focuses on helping students develop second through fourth-year Mandarin Chinese skills while they explore contemporary Chinese society and culture.

Students with advanced language skills (determined by an on-site placement test) and academic year students who complete the advanced level language course in the fall semester may be able to directly enroll in Nanjing University for advanced language courses or content courses taught in Chinese.

CIEE may place participants in appropriate language courses based on the results of language proficiency exams given during the orientation period.

Students will set up a community language commitment to speak Chinese during the designated time to immerse themselves in the language and culture.

NANJING UNIVERSITY

Founded in 1902, this prestigious university is known for its strong liberal arts and social sciences, and its connections with more than 200 universities and research institutes in 70 countries. Nanjing University hosts more than 43,000 undergraduate and graduate students on three campuses. CIEE is on the original, beautiful Gulou campus, in a neighborhood with restaurants and shops from Asia and the west. The city’s two main business and shopping districts are within walking distance.

Chinese faculty from Nanjing University, who specialize in teaching Chinese to foreigners, teach Chinese language courses. Dr. Woyu Liu teaches Chinese History and Contemporary Chinese Studies. CIEE staff teach Intercultural Communication and Leadership.

CIEE’s special advisory committee works tirelessly to maintain high standards at all CIEE locations in China, advising staff on curriculum and other aspects of teaching Chinese as a second language.

Academics

Click to Open

Academics

  • CLASS FORMAT

    Students attend required language classes and area studies courses that are open to CIEE students only. Students with advanced high or superior level Chinese language skills may take language and content courses at Nanjing University along with other foreign students and Chinese students.

  • GRADING

    Language courses: Grades are based on attendance, participation, homework assignments, quizzes, language commitment, field trip reports, mid-term and final exams. Area studies courses: Grades are based on presentations, short papers, homework assignments, exams, and class participation.

  • ACADEMIC CULTURE

    Students attend morning language classes Monday through Thursday, for four hours a day. Classes are small, usually ranging from 4 - 10 students, so students are expected to actively participate and contribute. Students also meet with Chinese peer tutors for individual tutoring for three hours a week. In the afternoon, students attend CIEE area studies and cultural elective courses.

Eligibility

  • OVERALL GPA

    Students need to have a GPA of at least 2.5.

  • PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

    2 semesters of college-level Mandarin Chinese (or equivalent) * / 1 college-level Chinese area studies course. *Students with near-native proficiency in Mandarin, please contact CIEE before  applying.

Curriculum

Program Credits

  • Total semester credit: 15-18 semester/22.5-27 quarter hours
  • Total academic year credit: 30-36 semester/45-54 quarter hours
  • Required Chinese language courses credits: 6 semester/4.9 quarter hours – 105 contact hours
  • CIEE area studies and elective courses in English and Chinese credits: 3 – 45 contact hours unless otherwise noted
  • Host university courses: See below

Each semester, students take three to four courses:

  • Readings in Chinese
  • Spoken Chinese
  • 1 area studies course
  • 1 additional elective – optional

Students who test above advanced level can take courses at Nanjing University.

Academic-year students, second semester:

  • Continue the two language courses
  • Can choose directed independent research instead of area studies courses

Note: This course listing is for informational purposes only and does not constitute a contract between CIEE and any applicant, student, institution, or other party. The courses, as described, may be subject to change as a result of ongoing curricular revisions, assignment of lecturers and teaching staff, and program development. Courses may be canceled due to insufficient enrollment.

Spring 2019 Courses

Click to Open

REQUIRED CIEE LANGUAGE COURSES

The language courses seek to improve students’ listening, speaking, reading, and writing abilities by emphasizing communication and interaction between teachers and students, and by providing students adequate opportunities to express themselves in Chinese. The aim of the language courses is to enable students to communicate in a fluent and culturally appropriate manner, as well as prepare them for future studies and work in Chinese settings.

REQUIRED AREA STUDIES COURSE: SPRING

CIEE ELECTIVE COURSE: SPRING

NANJING UNIVERSITY COURSES FOR ADVANCED HIGH MANDARIN LANGUAGE STUDENTS (IN CHINESE)

The below courses are sample courses taught in Chinese and are only open to CIEE students who complete or test above the advanced level. Students should confirm with the Director the specific courses offered at Nanjing University each semester. The CIEE academic calendar is approximately two weeks shorter than the calendar for Nanjing University, so students directly enrolled in the below courses may need to schedule early final exams with assistance from the Director.

The courses below are sample courses taught in Chinese and are only open to CIEE students who complete or test above the advanced level. Students should confirm with the Director the specific courses offered at Nanjing University each semester. The CIEE academic calendar is approximately two weeks shorter than the calendar for Nanjing University, so students directly enrolled in the below courses may need to schedule early final exams with assistance from the Director.

Readings in Chinese – Advanced Higher (Gaoji Hanyu Yuedu)

The course enables students to improve their reading ability with increased exposure to articles on heated topics and Chinese history and culture through tutorials and in-class discussions. Contact hours: 104. Credit: 6 semester/9 quarter hours.

Spoken Chinese – Advanced Higher (Gaoji Hanyu Kouyu)

This course assists students in improving their spoken Chinese by reviewing more than 40 articles from newspapers on topics such as women’s rights, education in China, the family planning policy, and social customs.
Contact hours: 78. Credit: 5 semester/7 quarter hours.

Contemporary Chinese Economics (Dangdai Zhongguo)

This course covers both the theoretical framework of Chinese economics, as well as the major economic issues in contemporary China, such as government policies, influences of international relations, and environment and natural resources.
Contact hours 28. Credit: 2 semester/3 quarter hours.

Contemporary Chinese Foreign Policy (Dangdai Zhongguo Duiwai Zhengce)

This course introduces the development of international relations after the foundation of the People’s Republic of China. It primarily introduces the development of Chinese foreign policy, important events and decisions regarding the international relations of the New China, and foreign policy of several state leaders.
Contact hours: 28. Credit: 2 semester/3 quarter hours.

International Relations Studies (Guoji Guanxi Yanjiu)

This course provides an overview of the current political relations between China, its neighbors, and other global powers. 
Contact hours: 28. Credit: 2 semester/3 quarter hours.

Learning Chinese through Film (Kan Dianying, Xue Hanyu

Students practice their listening skills and learn modern colloquial Chinese through watching and discussing contemporary Chinese films.
Contact hours: 28. Credit: 2 semester/3 quarter hours.

INDR 3001 CNAN—Directed Independent Research

Academic year students in their second semester may choose to take the area studies course, or elect Directed Independent Research, or take any of the available courses for advanced high language students offered through Nanjing University. Near native speakers may also direct enroll in content courses in some departments at Nanjing University. Those students should confer with the CIEE Director on-site about available options.

CIEE supports qualified students who wish to pursue an academically rigorous independent research project while in Nanjing. Interested students must submit a research proposal including a clearly defined research topic, an explanation of research plans, a description of preparation in the planned area of study, a list of resources, a tentative outline of a final paper, and a suggested schedule of progress. Students complete a total of 135 hours of research and meet regularly with an academic advisor to complete an academically rigorous, ethically sound, and culturally appropriate research project and final paper. Approval for participation in Directed Independent Research must be obtained from the director and the student’s home institution prior to arrival on the program. In Nanjing, students may pursue independent research in international relations, sociology, Chinese history, business, economics, or education. 
Contact hours: 45. Credit: 3 semester / 4.5 quarter hours.

FALL 2018 COURSES

Click to Open

REQUIRED CIEE LANGUAGE COURSES:

The language courses seek to improve students’ listening, speaking, reading, and writing abilities by emphasizing communication and interaction between teachers and students, and by providing students adequate opportunities to express themselves in Chinese. The aim of the language courses is to enable students to communicate in a fluent and culturally appropriate manner, as well as prepare them for future study and work in Chinese settings.

REQUIRED AREA STUDIES COURSE:

CIEE ELECTIVE COURSE:

  • COMM 3301 CNAN: Intercultural Communication and Leadership (IN ENGLISH)
  • INDR 3001 CNAN: Directed Independent Research

Academic year students in their second semester may choose to take the area studies course, or elect Directed Independent Research, or take any of the available courses for advanced high language students offered through Nanjing University. Near-native speakers may also direct enroll in content courses in some departments at Nanjing University. Those students should confer with the CIEE director onsite about available options.

CIEE supports qualified students who wish to pursue an academically rigorous independent research project while in Nanjing. Interested students must submit a research proposal including a clearly defined research topic, an explanation of research plans, a description of preparation in the planned area of study, a list of resources, a tentative outline of a final paper, and a suggested schedule of progress. Students complete a total of 135 hours of research and meet regularly with an academic advisor to complete an academically rigorous, ethically sound, and culturally appropriate research project and final paper. Approval for participation in Directed Independent Research must be obtained from the director and the student’s home institution prior to arrival on the program. In Nanjing, students may pursue independent research in international relations, sociology, Chinese history, business, economics, or education. 
Contact hours: 45. Credit: 3 semester / 4.5 quarter hours.

NANJING UNIVERSITY COURSES FOR ADVANCED HIGH MANDARIN LANGUAGE STUDENTS (IN CHINESE)

The below courses are sample courses taught in Chinese and are only open to CIEE students who complete or test above the advanced level. Students should confirm with the Director the specific courses offered at Nanjing University each semester. The CIEE academic calendar is approximately two weeks shorter than the calendar for Nanjing University, so students directly enrolled in the below courses may need to schedule early final exams with assistance from the Director.

Readings in Chinese – Advanced Higher (Gaoji Hanyu Yuedu)

The course enables students to improve their reading ability with increased exposure to articles on heated topics and Chinese history and culture through tutorials and in-class discussions. Contact hours: 56. Credit: 4 semester/6 quarter hours.

Spoken Chinese – Advanced Higher (Gaoji Hanyu Kouyu)

This course assists students in improving their spoken Chinese by reviewing more than 40 articles from newspapers on topics such as women’s rights, education in China, the family planning policy, and social customs.
Contact hours: 56. Credit: 4 semester/6 quarter hours.

Contemporary Chinese Economics (Dangdai Zhongguo)

This course covers both the theoretical framework of Chinese economics, as well as the major economic issues in contemporary China, such as government policies, influences of international relations, and environment and natural resources.
Contact hours 28. Credit: 2 semester/3 quarter hours.

Contemporary Chinese Foreign Policy (Dangdai Zhongguo Duiwai Zhengci)

This course introduces the development of international relations after the foundation of the People’s Republic of China. It primarily introduces the development of Chinese foreign policy, important events and decisions regarding the international relations of the New China, and foreign policy of several state leaders.
Contact hours: 28. Credit: 2 semester/3 quarter hours.

International Relations Studies (Guoji Guanxi Yanjiu)

This course provides an overview of the current political relations between China, its neighbors, and other global powers. 
Contact hours: 28. Credit: 2 semester/3 quarter hours.

Learning Chinese Through Film (Kan Dianying, Xue Hanyu)

Students practice their listening skills and learn modern colloquial Chinese through watching and discussing contemporary Chinese films.
Contact hours: 28. Credit: 2 semester/3 quarter hours.

Scholarships

Click to Open

Scholarships & Grants

CIEE offers more than $8 million in scholarships and grants annually to help students like you make your study abroad dream a reality.

Students who apply to this program are eligible for the following scholarships and grants:

  • Wollitzer Merit Scholarships in Area or Comparative Studies
  • Ping Scholarships for Academic Excellence
  • Global Access Initiative (GAIN) Grants
  • Stohl International Undergraduate Research Scholarships
  • CIEE Gilman Go Global Grant

To be considered, submit the CIEE Scholarships & Grants application within your CIEE program application. Learn more at the Scholarships & Grants section of our website.

See more scholarship info

Dates, Deadlines & Fees

Click to Open

Dates, Deadlines & Fees

You get more for every dollar when you study abroad with CIEE, because our high-quality programs include everything from excursions to insurance. There are no hidden charges, and no disappointing surprises when you arrive.

YOUR FEE INCLUDES:

  • Tuition
  • Housing
  • Advising before you depart to set goals and answer questions
  • Optional on-site airport meet-and-greet
  • Three-day orientation – an introduction to Chinese culture, your academic program, and the city, plus practical information about living in your host city
  • Full-time program leadership and support in your host city
  • Field trips and cultural activities
  • Overnight excursions
  • Insurance and other travel benefits, with CIEE iNext
  • 24/7 emergency on-site support

No Hidden Fees

Program

Application Due

Start Date

End Date

Fees & Housing

Spring 2019 15 weeks Feb 15, 2019 Jun 1, 2019
$16,450
Click to Close

Program Fees

CIEE offers the most student support of any provider in its program fee, including an airport greeting, full-time leadership and support, orientation, cultural activities, local excursions, pre-departure advising, and CIEE iNext travel insurance with benefits.

Participation Confirmation = $300 *

Educational Costs = $13,796 **

Housing = $1,975 ***

Insurance = $167

Visa Fees = $212

Total Fees = $16,450

Estimated Costs

Students are responsible and manage costs related to travel, meals, books, and personal expenses. Below are estimates for consideration.

Meals not included in program fee = $1,200

International Airfare = $1,400

Local Transportation = $150

Books & Supplies = $75

Personal expenses = $1,000

Other = $150

Expenses during break = $2,500

Total Estimated Costs = $6,475

Financial Aid

CIEE offers the most grants and scholarships of any study abroad organization, including $5 million/year in travel grants, merit-based scholarships, MSI grants, Gilman matching grants, and Pell matching grants.

See Scholarships

This breakdown has been prepared from the program budget for the purpose of calculating eligibility for financial aid. During the course of program operations, actual figures may vary. It should not, therefore, be used as a basis for calculation of refunds. CIEE reserves the right to adjust fees at any time.

Students required to study on CIEE programs through a School of Record will be charged a $500 administrative fee in addition to the Program Fees listed.

* non-refundable

** direct cost of education charged uniformly to all students

*** includes breakfast and dinner during the week and most weekends for homestay students

Fall 2019 15 weeks May 1, 2019 Aug 30, 2019* Dec 14, 2019*
$16,450
Click to Close

Program Fees

CIEE offers the most student support of any provider in its program fee, including an airport greeting, full-time leadership and support, orientation, cultural activities, local excursions, pre-departure advising, and CIEE iNext travel insurance with benefits.

Participation Confirmation = $300 *

Educational Costs = $13,796 **

Housing = $1,975 ***

Insurance = $167

Visa Fees = $212

Total Fees = $16,450

Estimated Costs

Students are responsible and manage costs related to travel, meals, books, and personal expenses. Below are estimates for consideration.

Meals not included in program fee = $1,200

International Airfare = $1,550 ††

Local Transportation = $150

Books & Supplies = $75

Personal expenses = $2,000

Other = $150 †††

Total Estimated Costs = $5,125

Financial Aid

CIEE offers the most grants and scholarships of any study abroad organization, including $5 million/year in travel grants, merit-based scholarships, MSI grants, Gilman matching grants, and Pell matching grants.

See Scholarships

This breakdown has been prepared from the program budget for the purpose of calculating eligibility for financial aid. During the course of program operations, actual figures may vary. It should not, therefore, be used as a basis for calculation of refunds. CIEE reserves the right to adjust fees at any time.

Students required to study on CIEE programs through a School of Record will be charged a $500 administrative fee in addition to the Program Fees listed.

* non-refundable

** direct cost of education charged uniformly to all students

*** includes breakfast and dinner during the week and most weekends for homestay students

for students staying in dormitories; students placed in homestays should budget $400 for weekday lunches and some weekend meals

†† round-trip based on U.S. East Coast departure

††† onsite visa change/extension fee (this includes the cost of the required medical/physical exam at a designated Chinese Hospital); for academic year students or for those that do not receive a multiple entry visa or a visa to cover the duration of the program pre-departure.

Spring 2020 15 weeks Nov 1, 2019 TBD* TBD*
Academic year 2019-2020 15 weeks May 1, 2019 Aug 30, 2019* TBD*
$16,450
Click to Close

Program Fees

CIEE offers the most student support of any provider in its program fee, including an airport greeting, full-time leadership and support, orientation, cultural activities, local excursions, pre-departure advising, and CIEE iNext travel insurance with benefits.

Participation Confirmation = $300 *

Educational Costs = $13,796 **

Housing = $1,975 ***

Insurance = $167

Visa Fees = $212

Total Fees = $16,450

Estimated Costs

Students are responsible and manage costs related to travel, meals, books, and personal expenses. Below are estimates for consideration.

Meals not included in program fee = $1,200

International Airfare = $1,550 ††

Local Transportation = $150

Books & Supplies = $75

Personal expenses = $2,000

Other = $150 †††

Total Estimated Costs = $5,125

Financial Aid

CIEE offers the most grants and scholarships of any study abroad organization, including $5 million/year in travel grants, merit-based scholarships, MSI grants, Gilman matching grants, and Pell matching grants.

See Scholarships

This breakdown has been prepared from the program budget for the purpose of calculating eligibility for financial aid. During the course of program operations, actual figures may vary. It should not, therefore, be used as a basis for calculation of refunds. CIEE reserves the right to adjust fees at any time.

Students required to study on CIEE programs through a School of Record will be charged a $500 administrative fee in addition to the Program Fees listed.

* non-refundable

** direct cost of education charged uniformly to all students

*** includes breakfast and dinner during the week and most weekends for homestay students

for students staying in dormitories; students placed in homestays should budget $400 for weekday lunches and some weekend meals

†† round-trip based on U.S. East Coast departure

††† onsite visa change/extension fee (this includes the cost of the required medical/physical exam at a designated Chinese Hospital); for academic year students or for those that do not receive a multiple entry visa or a visa to cover the duration of the program pre-departure.

*Dates for this program are provided as tentative dates. Please consult with your study abroad advisor to confirm dates before purchasing your flights.

To help you budget, keep in mind that students are responsible for the cost of international airfare, local transportation, books and supplies, visas, and personal expenses. In addition, ask your college or university study abroad advisor if your school charges additional fees for study abroad.

Looking for funding?

Our Staff

Click to Open

Get Started

Here's what you need to do to take the next steps:
  • 1

    START AN APPLICATION
    You're one step closer to an amazing study abroad experience! 

    Apply Now
  • 2

    CONNECT WITH YOUR CAMPUS STUDY ABROAD OFFICE 
    Share your plans and confirm you're on track to meet all required steps to go abroad. 

  • 3

    Contact an Advisor

    Send us an email if you still have questions or need information about applying to this program.