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Study Abroad Scholarships

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Faculty Directed Summer Programs

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Students visit Barcelona, Spain and Madrid, Spain on their Spring break! Come discover famous monuments like the Royal Palace, Park Güell, Las Ramblas, and much more all while experiencing a new culture.
ASU Summer Program offers a five week first summer session in Hiroshima. Program starts from May 18 to June 24 hosted at Hiroshima Shudo University.
The program in Mexico consists of five weeks in Mérida, Yucatán including substantial cultural travel in the Mayan region, in such world-renowned sites as Chichen Itza, Tulum, Xcaret, Celestún, Izamal, Uxmal, and the international resort town of Playa del Carmen in the Riviera Maya.
The four-week “Spanish Language & Mediterranean Culture” program is designed to give participants a comprehensive view of the rich and unique cultural history of southern Spain, with emphasis on its rich Arabic heritage. It combines features of a traditional study abroad program with visits to Granada, Córdoba, and a traveling seminar to Madrid.
Led by a native Spaniard, the "Culture and Text in Contemporary León & Barcelona, Spain" study abroad program gives students an insider perspective on Spanish society and a full sense of Spanish life and culture.
Students looking for French immersion head to Canada on a budget for this prestigious yet affordable exchange program in Québec, Canada at Laval University.
The intensive French language and culture summer program in Lyon is designed to provide students with a true immersion experience. Because Lyon has far fewer tourists than other French cities, students have greater opportunity to utilize French language skills by interacting with locals and learning from native speakers.
Located on the confluence of three rivers (Danube, Naab and Regen), Regensburg prides itself on its 2000-year-old history. Founded by the Romans in 179 A.D., the city retains medieval features such as dark, narrow cobblestone streets, Romanesque and Gothic churches, Italianate towers, and massively solid 16th-century patrician houses.
For more than 15 years, the Romanian studies program in ASU’s School of International Letters and Cultures has joined forces with the faculty of Philology at Babes Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, Romania and several other Central European universities to offer an opportunity for interested students to study abroad in Eastern and Central Europe.
The "Italian Language in San Severino Marche, Italy" summer program takes place in a historic town of about 13,000 inhabitants in the region of Marche in Central Italy, giving students a unique opportunity to study Italian language and culture in an authentic environment free of an overflow of tourists.
Students in the Florence summer program study language, art and humanities in one of the most beautiful and historic cities in the world.