Navigating the Study Abroad Fair

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The Study Abroad Fair is Wednesday, September 9, from 10:30 – 3:30 on the 4th floor of the Kansas Union.

Who should attend?
Everyone! This is your best chance to learn about all the many program options in a casual setting. Drop by and check it out.

Why should you attend?
Returned study abroad students, program coordinators, faculty members, and non-KU provider programs all attend the study abroad fair. For many students, this is the best opportunity to talk to students who have actually done a program or to talk to a study abroad provider program representative, as they are not regularly on campus.

The Office of Study Abroad will have general information available too, including information on scholarships and financial aid. You will also be able to make an appointment directly with a coordinator or learn more about upcoming info sessions.

Here’s a list of just some of the non-KU and KU programs worth checking out:

University of Kansas Programs 

University of Hong Kong
The United Kingdom Lounge (England, Ireland, Scotland) featuring semester and academic year programs
Australia Semester Exchanges
Universidad de Costa Rica
ISEP: KU programs worldwide
Semester Programs in Spain
Semester in France
Semester in Japan
Semester in South Korea
Internships in London and Sydney
Internships in Dublin, Madrid, and Prague
Internships in Shanghai
Internships in Kazakhstan
Semester in the Czech Republic
Semester in Germany
Semester in the Netherlands
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Spring Break and Winter Break Programs

Non-KU Programs:

CEA Study Abroad: CEA offers a wide variety of semester and summer programs for most majors. Many locations offer courses in English. Popular destinations include South Africa, France, Italy, Spain, and the Czech Republic.

International Studies Abroad (ISA): ISA has programs worldwide, including a number of programs throughout Latin America, Europe, Australia, and South Africa. Program options for almost any major, and a variety of program types and languages of instruction.

AIFS Study Abroad: AIFS offers a wide variety of locations, including programs in Russia, Turkey, Greece, India, and Austria.

Academic Programs International: API offers unique programs in Croatia, Bhutan, Poland, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Hungary, Cuba, and Portugal—just to name a few. Many programs are taught in English.

John Cabot University: JCU is an American university in Rome, and a popular choice for KU students interested in studying in Italy. The institution serves a wide variety of majors and offers classes in English.

Semester at Sea: Semester at Sea students travel around the world on a cruise ship, enabling them to see the sites and experience the culture and history they learn on board the ship in their classrooms.

SIT Study Abroad: SIT programs are experiential, research-based study abroad opportunities. SIT offers a number of language programs as well. Some of their more unique program sites include Iceland, Madagascar, Cameroon, Rwanda, Indonesia, and Nepal.

IES Abroad: Our partner for many of our Spanish language programs, IES Abroad also offers unique program opportunities for music students in Vienna, language programs throughout Europe and Latin America, English-taught programs in Turkey, and programs in New Zealand.

CET Academic Programs: CET offers programs throughout the world, but is excellent for students interested in studying in China. Other program options include Jordan, Vietnam, India, and Brazil.

DIS: DIS offers semester and summer programs in Copenhagen and Stockholm. Their programs are customized to fit the needs of their students, and architecture, design, environmental studies, pre-med, psychology, and journalism majors are sure to find their course offerings enticing.

Lorenzo de’ Medici: LDM offers three locations in Italy: Rome, Florence, and Tuscania. Ideal for students who wish to study in Italy for a semester or a summer.

Institute For Study Abroad, Butler University: IFSA-Butler offers programs throughout the world. Unique opportunities include programs in Cuba, Peru, and Turkey.