These resource pages are ongoing and come from many sources including online searches, word of mouth recommendations, books, pamphlets, brochures, and my own travel experiences.  If you have anything to add, would like something removed, or something isn’t working correctly, please let me know.

The flags below are meant to give you an idea of which nationalities the link is for or where the company is located.  Common sense should tell you if you’re able to use a given link from another country.

Study Abroad Courses

  • Amerispan: www.amerispan.com Study Abroad from the US – A variety of study options in a diverse set of countries
  • Art History Abroad: www.arthistoryabroad.com Study Abroad from the UK – Art history courses throughout Italy for six-weeks or a full summer
  • Center for Study Abroad: www.centerforstudyabroad.com Study Abroad from the US – CSA’s mission has always been to provide quality program opportunities at a lower cost, as well as offer more flexibility to best fit each participant.
  • Centers for Interamerican Studies: http://cedei.org Study Abroad from the US – To foster understanding among the people of the Americas, CEDEI sponsors a variety of academic activities independently and in conjunction with universities in North and South America.
  • Don Quijote: www.donquijote.org Study Abroad from the UK – Learn Spanish in Spain and Latin America
  • Epiculinary: www.epiculinary.com Study Abroad from the US – Cooking vacations for all tastes and budgets in France, Italy, Spain, Mexico and the US.
  • National Registration Center for Study Abroad: www.nrcsa.com Study Abroad from the US – Programs in 42 countries, taught in 23 languages and all evaluated by the NRCSA to choose the best
  • School for Field Studies: www.fieldstudies.org Study Abroad from the US – Courses in environmental conservation

Study Abroad Exchange Programs

  • AFS Australia: www.afs.org.au Australian Flag – intercultural exchange programs
  • American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS): www.aifs.com Study Abroad from the US – Study abroad in Australia, Austria, Botswana, Brazil, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Egypt, England, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Peru, Russia, South Africa, Spain and Turkey
  • Council on International Educational Exchange: www.ciee.org Study Abroad from the US – Creating and administering programs that allow U.S. college and university students and educators to study and teach abroad, and international students and professionals to study and work in the U.S.
  • DAAD German Academic Exchange Service: http://london.daad.de Study Abroad from the UK – Study in Germany
  • En Famille Overseas: www.enfamilleoverseas.co.uk Study Abroad from the UK – Homestay and Family-stay exchanges in parts of Europe and around the UK
  • English-Speaking Union: www.esu.org Study Abroad from the UK – Opportunities in the US and Canada.
  • Society for Australian-German Student Exchange: www.sagse.org.au Australian Flag – The Society for Australian-German Student Exchange (SAGSE) awards scholarships to Australian students each year to travel to Germany during their summer holidays.
  • Student Exchange Australia: http://studentexchange.org.au Australian Flag – looking for bright, open minded, flexible young people who are willing to move outside their comfort zones and who want to learn about the world and themselves.
  • Swap Canada: www.swap.ca Canadian Flag – Great resource for Canadians who want to go overseas.
  • Youth for Understanding (YFU): www.yfu.org Australian Flag – Youth For Understanding (YFU) is a non-profit educational organization which offers opportunities for young people around the world to spend a summer, semester or year with a host family in another culture.