Voyager Study Abroad is a provider of life-changing multi-country study abroad programs. We are experts in traveling programs. Read article on GoAbroad.com Unlike any other study abroad provider, we immerse our students in the art, history and culture of the cities and countries that we visit. We specialize in Europe and summer programming. Our classes are specific to the cities and countries that we visit and we integrate amazing class-enhancing professional and cultural activities. We hope you join us for Voyager Europe
A summer like no other!
Multi-City Study Abroad Summer Program
Madrid, Lisbon, Pisa, Florence, Venice, Rome, Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Barcelona and Girona
June 27 – July 27, 2018
Voyager Europe Courses:
Our students are immersed in the art, history and culture of Europe. Each of our courses include city-specific activities that are integral to the course and the program.
New Europe (POL/IST 215): An overview of the historical development of the European political and cultural identity from 1947 to the present.
Art in Society (ART 102): This course examines the production of art from the fourteenth through the twentieth centuries.
International Business (BUS 303): This course introduces the student to the impact of culture and political economy on business decision making.
Intercultural Communication (IST 315): This course is an exploration of the interdisciplinary
field of intercultural communication.
Global Marketing Management (BUS 350): This course focuses on the unique problems associated with managing marketing operations across national borders.
Spanish for the Professions (SP 225): This class focuses on the specific language needs of students according to their areas of study, including health care, business, education and hospitality.
Culture of Spain (SP 205): Students are introduced to the general historical and social background upon which the complex reality of present day Spain is built.
“I had a really great time, the students who joined the program are now some of my closets friends and I consider them family after spending a whole month with them. The people you meet, the places you see, and the food you eat are out of this world in all aspects. I will always look back at this experience with a smile and a laugh.”