Study Abroad/Off-Campus Programs
Sara Sample (second from right) at the Palace of Versailles. Studied at REEDS, Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.
Alex Conrad at the Leaning Tower of Pisa, studied at SACI, In Florence, Italy.
Emily Walker, jumping in Biarritz, France, during an excursion with her program in Deusto, Spain.
Eric Fink, on a Rhine cruise posing in front of a castle located on the river near Bingen, Germany. Studied in Freiburg, Germany.
Ringwraiths are afoot: Stephanie Sanders (second from right) hiking in the High Tatras in Slovakia. Studied in Budapest, Hungary.
Christian Schubert, in front of the Parliament building, London, England.
Olivia Wardle explores Glencoe, Scotland. Studied at the London School of Economics.
Live and study in the real world. (Starting now.)
Off-campus study—either domestically or in another country—often proves to be one of the most memorable parts of the undergraduate experience. With dozens of programs available to Albion students, the possibilities span the globe. Click through the menu links (above left) for detailed information, and read about a few recent student experiences below.
"My study abroad was incredible, beautiful and life-changing. It has made me more mindful of what I need and what I want; it has made me more grateful, wiser and aware."
– Lindsay Pennala, '14, CIEE-Hyderabad, India, 2013
"I absolutely loved it! I wouldn't change one thing. I learned more about German culture and improved my vocabulary so much. I traveled around Europe and I even volunteered at a hospital one week."
– Alissa Reddy, '14, IES-Freiburg, Germany, 2013
"It was incredible, life-changing, impossible to put into words. GO if you can!"
– Alexa Hyman, '15, John Cabot University, Rome, Italy, 2013
"All those clichés about it being life-changing are true."
– Wally Kacher, '14, EPA Internships, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2013