Would you like to enrich your language study and learn about a different culture by experiencing it in person? Would you like to change your worldview? Then come on one of our study abroad programs in Austria, Belgium, Costa Rica, France, Germany, Peru or Spain. You can earn language credit on programs that last from one semester to a year or summer programs that range from two to five weeks.
French in France
Photo Gallery This program will give you a taste of life in Paris. You can receive three hours of credit in French, based on your previous experience with the language. Enjoy an intensive immersion experience in the most beautiful city in the world. The program includes tuition and fees, housing and meals, and in-country transportation. Email: Katie.Angus@usm.edu. Join us on Facebook.
Earn four hours of academic credit in German at your own level by taking classes at ActiLingua Academy in the heart of Vienna near the fabled Ringstraße. The program includes housing, tuition and fees, roundtrip airfare, and transportation in Austria.
Photo Gallery This program will give you a taste of life in Cadiz. You can earn six hours of credit in Spanish based on your previous language experience. Program cost includes homestay with two meals a day, tuition and fees, books, in-country transportation, lodging and excursions. Email: Carmen.Carracelas-Juncal@usm.edu. Join us on Facebook.
Photo Gallery This program gives you a taste of life in San José. Students take group trips to rainforests, volcanoes, gold museums, and coffee plantations. Optional excursions to Pacific or Caribbean beaches are available. Six hours of credit in Spanish based on previous language experience. Program cost includes tuition and fees, in-country transportation, homestay and meals. Email: Mary.A.Stewart@usm.edu. Join us on Facebook.
This intensive four-week course offers students an opportunity to earn four hours of credit in Latin or History. It includes on-site investigation of Roman history through visits to archaeological sites, churches, museums, and other locations that played important roles in Rome’s storied past. Email: Miles.Doleac@usm.edu for more information.