School of Record
Tulane University serves as CIEE's School of Record for all CIEE Study Abroad college programs, starting fall 2016. Tulane University is one of the nation’s premier research universities with highly respected academic programs in many of the fastest-growing academic areas of interest for international study, including architecture, engineering, technology, public health, business, liberal arts, and world languages. The university is fully accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, as well as by leading academic organizations in the areas of engineering, architecture, public health, and business.
Design Your Own Programs
Semester or Quarter Schools
With CIEE's open campus model, you can design your very own study abroad program to include up to three different locations. Feel free to build your own program using our custom study abroad tool, spin the globe, or take a look at experiences around some of our most popular open campus combinations.
With custom internship programs, we partner with you to develop and deliver comprehensive internship programs tailored to your strategic goals. From work placements to academics, accommodations to co-curriculars, ongoing coaching to 24/7 support, our programs are designed to meet your needs
Intercultural Communication & Leadership
Develop skills you can use for the rest of your life!
We all have our reasons for studying abroad. Some want the life-changing experience. Others want to see the world. And still others want to stand out when applying for a job or graduate school.
Whatever your reason, you can move closer to your goal with CIEE’s Intercultural Communication and Leadership (ICL or COMM3301) course.
There are as many reasons to take ICL as there are to go abroad in the first place.
Here are just a few:
- Better understand locals—recognizing similarities and appreciating differences.
- Enjoy the study-abroad experience at a deeper level.
- Better navigate the local educational system and be successful in your other courses.
- Reflect on your experience with peers and knowledgeable mentors, deepening your understanding and appreciation of all you see and do.
- Create a digital storytelling project to help family, potential employers and graduate school admissions staff better understand your experience and its impact on you.
- Learn intercultural skills that can apply to any situation in life, from joining the Peace Corps to working in diverse workplaces domestically and abroad.