Let our partners do the logistics for you!

API (Academic Programs International)
API will work with your institution to design a program that meets the needs of your students and faculty. We offer a wide range of models, locations and services to choose from.

CIEE (Council On International Educational Exchange)
“has 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.”

DIS Study Abroad in Scandinavia
“With nearly 60 years of experience in study abroad, the extensive DIS academic network and student support structure in Copenhagen and Stockholm provides you the opportunity to develop and enhance your unique program with an integrated Scandinavian perspective.”

IES Abroad 
makes it possible for you to create the perfect custom study abroad program for your students at their sites around the globe.  Whether you need high-level support and services or simply a framework and access to your network, it’s up to you.

IFSA Butler
“values the opportunity to meet the unique needs of our U.S. institutional partners by designing short-term or semester-length programs based at IFSA offices across the globe.”

School for International Training (SIT Study Abroad)
“works in innovative and strategic ways to provide partnership on internationalization programs and strategy. We design programs and initiatives that fit with a home institution’s curriculum, desired learning outcomes, and specific academic goals.”

University of Canterbury (pdf) (New Zealand)
aims to support US faculty to engage with a semester abroad programme at UC. UC can provide funding (airfare and stipend) for a faculty member who may wish to accompany a group of semester abroad students for a short period (this could be for example prior to the semester for a couple of weeks to teach their own course for their students or during the semester for a short period of research). Students would be expected to combine the faculty taught course with a standard semester abroad.