- Segovia, Spain (Spring)
During the spring semester, KIIS will offer a 13-week program in Segovia, Spain, a pleasant provincial capital only 90 minutes from Madrid. For both linguistic and cultural reasons, Segovia, in the heart of Castille, is an ideal location for the study of Spanish language and culture. Segovia’s size is likewise ideal for a program of this sort. All areas of the city are easily accessible without a car. Lively and varied cultural activities are available to the students. Students are welcome in Segovia, and life there is low-cost and low- stress. Students stay with host families.
- Mérida, Mexico(Fall)
Open to students at all Spanish-language levels. No prior Spanish language study is required to participate.
Offering Spanish Language, Mexican Literature and Culture, and Honors-level Anthropology, Environmental studies, and Economics taught in English.
Semester and Year-long programs
ISA was established in 1987 to facilitate Study Abroad programs for American college students. ISA prides itself on taking each student's requests and needs seriously, and often designs individual programs to meet his/her requirements. ISA believes that by studying abroad students not only see, but experience other cultures and customs. ISA has programs in countries, such as: Argentina, Australia, Chile, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, England, France, Italy, Mexico, Peru, and SpainISA offers programs throught the year and processes applications of a rolling basis. Students typically stay with host families Early applications are advised.
Summer, semester and winter programs
Undergraduate and graduate programs in Costa Rica and Spain. MLSA has one of the best records concerning student services, academic programs, and prices.
The North American Conflict Resolution (NACR) Program
Fall and Spring Semester
North American Conflict Resolution Program is an exciting College of Arts and Sciences program that provides the opportunity for U of L undergraduates to study conflict resolution through a semester exchange at U of L’s partner universities in Canada and Mexico. Through this innovative program, U of L's "North American Peace Ambassadors" take courses, do international internships, and have an extended period to learn about and analyze an array of conflicts found on the North American continent. More information is available from the International Center.