Faculty-Led & Custom Programs

70 Years of Innovative Study Abroad

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Internationalize your campus and increase students’ cultural understanding with a CIEE Faculty-Led & Custom study abroad program that meets your institution’s precise academic needs and goals.

Bring Your Classroom to Life – Abroad

With a network of Study Centers in multiple countries around the globe, resident staff members who are experts in their fields, and more than 200 established Study Abroad programs, CIEE is uniquely qualified to collaborate with you to create rich custom programs that inspire students, enhance curriculum, fit your schedule and budget, and meet the academic needs of your students.

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Create custom study abroad programs

Creating Top-Notch Curricula

If you can imagine it, we can deliver it! Take a look at our featured programs to see what’s possible.

Affordable customized study abroad programs and curriculum

Overcoming Obstacles

Cost, curriculum, and culture are the three major barriers that prevent students from studying abroad. Our experienced team can help break them down.

Faculty-led study abroad programs network

Adding Value

Our worldwide infrastructure and extensive network means you get maximum value for your investment, and our collaborative process eliminates budget pitfalls.

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$20,000 GENERATION STUDY ABROAD ACCESS GRANT

BCC/CUNY is the 2018 Recipient of the Generation Study Abroad Access Grant program in Palma de Mallorca!

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What People are Saying

  • Every detail was managed. The faculty were warm, personable, extremely informative and accommodating. The speakers were spectacular.

    Faculty leader from Ramapo College of New Jersey
  • Everything I’ve discussed in my African Diaspora class over the years – Afro-Brazilian culture, history and identity – came to life in Salvador.

    2014 University of South Carolina faculty participant