CAPA has study abroad programs in Beijing, Buenos Aires, Dublin, Florence, Istanbul, London, Shanghai, and Sydney. They strive to provide a holistic experience that combines theme-based learning in the classroom with cultural learning in the local environment. Visit their website at https://www.capa.org/students to find out more and swing by their information table in the dining hall when they visit campus!
API offers study abroad programs in many locations. See their website for a full list of programs and for more information about their mission and history - http://www.apistudyabroad.com/. Be sure to stop by the dining hall to check on their information table on the date of their visit!
DIS will be visiting campus and will be holding an information table in the dining hall. DIS (Danish Institute for Study Abroad) offers 23 different programs in the city of Copenhagen, ranging from Gender and Sexuality Studies to Sustainability. Visit their website to learn more - http://www.disabroad.org/.
Attending a Navigating Study Abroad Information Session is a great way to begin exploring your study abroad options at Hampshire! Whether you are a first year student, a transfer student, or a division II student, this session will breakdown how study abroad works at Hampshire and give you some ideas of how to start developing a plan that works for you. We look forward to seeing you there!
Weekly sessions are held in the Merrill Living Room.
SEA is an educational institution dedicated to exploration, understanding and stewardship of the oceans, and to the study of humanity's relationship with the oceans. SEA offers students an interdisciplinary curriculum, on shore and at sea aboard tall ships, that provides challenging voyages of scientific discovery, academic rigor, and personal growth. Semester program locations range from the Caribbean, to the Mediterranean, to New Zealand.
Swing by their information table in the Dining Hall to meet with a program representative and learn more!