Global Education Oregon
GEO currently offers more than 100 programs on five continents during the academic year and summer. At present, program length varies from two and a half to 19 weeks (including fall and spring semester, fall and spring quarter, January term, and summer options). Many of our programs take place in locations off the beaten path, maximizing cultural immersion and ensuring that students never feel like tourists. GEO programs span a wide range of models, including single location and multi-site opportunities, classroom and integrated excursion-based learning, and field schools. GEO designs programs that permit students to satisfy general education, major-specific, and elective credits. Placements in meaningful and mutually beneficial service learning projects and internships are also open to students from a wide variety of majors. (information courtesy of geo.uoregon.edu)
The Beijing Center
Since 1998, The Beijing Center for Chinese Studies (TBC) has provided the world an unprecedented education about China. You and others from across the country and the globe will travel to Beijing to learn about and experience both the immense transformations and rich traditional cultures of China. TBC combines intensive course studies, opportunities for immersion, and academic excursions across the country to give you a well-rounded understanding of China.
The Washington Center (Internships)
The Washington Center's Intern Abroad programs provide something more and more students seek - an opportunity to combine study abroad with a valuable internship experience. Each program integrates academic and work experience in a comparative and international context.