Voyager Europe - Madrid, Berlin, Geneva, Paris, Milan, Florence and Barcelona

Voyager Europe

Europe: France: Paris, Germany: Berlin, Greece: Athens, Greece: Mykonos, Greece: Olympia, Greece: Santorini, Italy: Bologna, Italy: Florence, Italy: Milan, Italy: Rome, Italy: Tuscany, Italy: Venice, Italy: Viterbo, Spain: Andalusia, Spain: Barcelona, Spain: Madrid, Switzerland: Geneva, Vatican City

Host Institution: College of International Studies in Madrid

Dates: June 28 - July 28, 2017

Subject: Accounting, Communications, Current Events, European Studies, European Union, Independent Study, International Business, International Marketing, International Organizations, International Relations, International Studies, Political Science And Politics, Spanish Studies

Level: Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Graduates
Requires: 2.50 GPA, Excited about learning more about Europe!
Age Min: 18
Age Max: 30
Age Average: 20

Undergrad Credit: Available
Undergrad: up to 6 credits (2 courses)
Grad Credit: Available
Grad: 3 credits (Independent Study)
Transfer Credit Through: College of International Studies (Madrid) - Endicott College (Beverly MA)
Document Awarded: Transcript

Overall Program Costs: Voyager Europe is a summer like no other and an outstanding value!
Cost Include: Admissions, Cultural Activities, Excursions, Extracurricular Activities, Health And Safety, Health Insurance, Housing Included, In-Country Transport, On-Site Director, Program Travel, Railpass, Social Activities, Support Services, Tuition
Cost Range: $5,000 To $10,000 Not Including Intl Travel

Instruction Language: English
Format: Independent Study Format, Internship, Lecture, Seminar, Study Tour
Students: US & International

Housing Arrangement: Arranged By Program
Housing Type: Hotels, Residence Halls
Other Housing: highly-rated 4-star hotels in city-centers

Deadline: Early application deadline September 30, 2016

Other Info:
US Accredited Sponsor: Yes
Year Program Began: 2014
In Cooperation With: College of International Studies (Madrid)
Orientation Location: Abroad
Orientation Description: health and safety, city orientation and professional walking tours
Activities: Cultural Events Activity, Excursions Activity, Program Travel Activity
Misc: Our students are immersed in the art, history and culture of the cities that we visit.
Financial Aid: Scholarships, Work-Study
May Contact Former Participant