If you think that only students at brick-and-mortar colleges get to study overseas, we have some good news for you. Online learners get to study abroad too, in lots of exciting places.
Here are two examples of programs that don’t discriminate against online learners . . .
Instituto Hemingway offers many Spanish-language courses in Bilbao, Spain. One particularly useful choice is Business Spanish. Typical tuition cost is 170 Euros weekly – about $231.00. Housing is not included, but the program can arrange for an internship that will help you pay for your studies.
The Sorbonne in Paris offers a one-semester study abroad program for about $4,000 US. You can study French, art, European history or other topics at this historical institution. Housing is not included, but The Center for Study Abroad can hook you up with an apartment that costs about $900 a month.
How to Learn More
These Websites offer information on hundreds of foreign programs around the world.
If the idea of foreign study excites you, visit the sites above. And when you head overseas, don’t forget to pack your laptop and a power converter. Since you’re an online learner, there’s no need to interrupt your college coursework just because you’re in Colombia, Croatia, Crete, or anywhere else on the globe.