Adrian College offers a wide variety of study abroad opportunities.
Whether you want to go abroad for as much as a whole academic year, or just for a couple of weeks; we’ll help you figure out what works best for you! Below you’ll find just some of the ways in which you can enrich your studies by going abroad. If you’d like more information about any of these, contact the Institute for Study Abroad at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Value & Experiences
Living in Oxford and immersing myself in the culture was the best way I can imagine to study Shakespeare and his literature. We read the plays, visited many of the places the plays were set in, saw the plays performed in the Globe Theatre and by the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford.Jessica Burkeholder, former student
Oxford was the best experience of my life thus far. The history of the university and being immersed in its culture was not only an eye opening experience for me because of the contrasts to American universities, but also for my own personal benefit as well.Lora DiCenzo, former student
In order to maximize their experiences, preparation for study abroad usually begins a year in advance. Students in our local program complete a course in the culture and history of the host country before they leave campus.
Don Cellini, Adrian College Professor
The faculty share our students' excitement about the study abroad experience. We work one-on-one with them in preparing their applications, in selecting courses, and in transferring their credits back to Adrian College.
Marianna Staples, Adrian College Professor
Alex Sadie • Vik, Iceland
Amanda Hassle • Milan Cathedral in Milan, Italy
Jenna Peterson • Prague, Czech Republic
Macy Goetz • Skydiving over Wollongong, Australia
“ISA Health and Safety Abroad” https://www.studiesabroad.com/en/about-isa/health-and-safety/health-and-safety
"CEA Program Updates and Covid-19 Protocols" https://www.ceastudyabroad.com/policies-and-program-updates
“IES Health and Safety” https://www.iesabroad.org/about/health-safety