Illinois Programs

From intimate faculty-led programs to premier international centers developed by the University of Illinois, our specialized options offer unique alternatives for your study abroad experience.

New Zealand

Faculty-Led Programs

Looking for a transformative learning experience? A 2-6 week study abroad program over Summer or Winter Break? A well-supported introduction to study abroad? Automatic Illinois credit to support your degree? A program that fits your tight schedule? Look no further -- see below!

Winter Break 2016-17

APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 15, 2017

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 1, 2017

Portugal

Students take a break from studying to take a boat ride in Portugal.

Illinois Centers for Global Learning & Engagement

Across the world, Illinois Centers for Global Learning and Engagement are premier sites for study abroad developed by the University of Illinois over the past forty years. Centers often work with local universities and other institutions, feature an Illinois Resident Director, and employ experienced faculty and staff to offer you a personalized and guided learning experience of new languages, cultures, and academic areas. Credits earned at each at of these centers are fully recognized by the university.

Current Centers

Centers Under Development

Illinois Center for Global Learning & Engagement in Taipei, Taiwan

Through this program, you can engage in the landscapes and with the people of Taiwan while exploring the relationships between the built environment and human health. This program hopes to attract students from a variety of disciplines including, but not limited to, Landscape Architecture, Horticulture, Urban Planning, Applied Health Sciences, and Natural Resources & Environmental Sciences. The Brochure Page is currently under development.

Illinois Center for Global Learning & Engagement in Stockholm, Sweden

The Center in Stockholm, Sweden draws on the resources of three of Sweden's top universities, The Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm University, and Karolinska University. Please check back soon for more information.