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3 Campus East Asian Studies Program
Princeton students can participate in an exciting three-country program that will take them to China, Japan, and Korea. Students will be among a cohort from select US and European universities studying at Keio University, Yonsei University, and the University of Hong Kong where they will experience East Asia from a genuinely comparative perspective.
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Academic Programs Abroad in Paris
APA offers American students the opportunity to discover a new culture by immersing themselves in French academic, cultural and social life. To ensure you a truly excellent academic experience, APA partners with some of the most prestigious and reputable universities in Paris, and students can take courses at multiple universities throughout the city.
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Amideast Area & Arabic Language Studies in Jordan (Semester/Academic Year)
Students on the Area & Arabic Language Studies program in Amman have the opportunity to study both Modern Standard Arabic and Jordanian Arabic, in addition to electives taught in English, and learn first-hand from leading faculty from the Qasid Arabic Institute about the critically important Middle East region.
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Amideast Area & Arabic Language Studies in Morocco (Semester/Academic Year)
AMIDEAST Morocco is a great fit for students looking to improve their Arabic language skills by taking one Modern Standard Arabic course and one Moroccan dialect course, in addition to content-courses in English. Students with the equivalent of four semesters of college-level French also have the opportunity to take courses in French.
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Anthropology Research Field Trip to Kenya
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Aquincum Institute of Technology (AIT Budapest)
For students interested in computer science, creative design, or IT entrepreneurship, AIT offers the opportunity to take courses in English in the beautiful city of Budapest, taught by local Hungarian professors and globally-acclaimed scholars and entrepreneurs. Students also have the opportunity to take courses on Hungarian language and culture.
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Archaeology in the Field
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Associated Colleges in China
Hamilton?s Associated Colleges in China, based in Beijing, is among the top Chinese language programs where participants pledge to speak only Chinese. Students gain advanced language proficiency, make the most of cultural opportunities and develop an understanding of China?s people, economy and educational system.
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Berlin Consortium for German Studies
This program is designed for students with an advanced level of German to take courses directly enrolled at Freie Universitat Berlin (FU Berlin). Students take an intensive German course at the beginning of the semester, and then will register for university courses in areas such as the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and more.
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Boston University London Art History Program with the Courtauld Institute of Art
The London Art History Program with the Courtauld Institute of Art offers something truly unique to serious students of art: a semester of art history at Britain's preeminent art institute, the world-renowned Courtauld Institute of Art at the University of London.