A Summer Study Abroad in the United States Undergraduate program may be the perfect fit whether you would like to get to know your country better or you are a foreign exchange student. Commonly referred to as the U.S.A., there are 50 states all of which have a diverse climate and geography as well as sights to see and activities to participate in. Whether you have never seen a volcano and are interested in a Summer in Hawaii, or you come from the West coast and have never been to Anchorage Alaska, why not try to earn academic credit while you spend some time away from your home state.

Why Consider a Summer Study Abroad in the United States Undergrad Program?

If you are a foreign exchange student, you might consider a Summer Study Abroad in the United States as a great way to immerse yourself in the English language and American culture. If you are from the U.S., there is value to studying in your own country. Without the struggle to learn a language you can focus on your major or minor. Plus, the diversity of programs and locations is fantastic. Whether you are looking for a political science course in Washington or Marine Biology in Florida, a Summer Study Abroad in the United States may be an undergraduate experience of a lifetime. Choose from many different programs and locations.

FUN FACT: 80% of people in the United States speak English at home.[i]

sources:[i] en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States

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  • Boston School of Modern Languages (BSML)

  • Summer in San Francisco Program at San Francisco State University

  • The New School University

  • School of Visual Arts

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  • Springside Chestnut Hill Academy

  • NOVA English Language and Cultural Immersion Camp

  • Maggie Flanigan Studio Inc

  • Sam Houston State University

  • Solomon Christian School

  • Spanish Studies Abroad/CC-CS

  • The School of Integrated Living (SOIL)

  • New Hampton School

  • Sotheby's Institute of Art

  • Lawrence Academy Summer Programs

  • Tennessee Tech University

  • Institute of Cultural Ecology

  • Kiva

  • New York Film Academy

  • University of California - Berkeley

  • TALK English Schools

  • V2V Institute

  • Venice Voice Academy

  • Unilatina International College

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