Study Abroad in Archaeology

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We encourage every student to spend a semester or summer abroad in order to experience the world.

Harlaxton College

A majority of our students take advantage of the university's international campus, Harlaxton College, in Grantham, England where a wide range of humanities and social science courses are offered each semester and in the summer. Located in a 100-room Victorian manor house in the rolling English countryside one hour north of London, Harlaxton is a community of committed faculty, supportive staff, and fellow students from UE and our partner colleges. Students can use weekends to travel throughout the UK and Europe, engaging the people, culture, and history.

In addition, our faculty along with the Office of Study Abroad have helped students find and get accepted into other international programs. Below is a list of places where our students have studied. This is just a sample – we can find you a program anywhere you want to go!

  • College Year in Athens

    They offer academically outstanding semester, academic year, summer and winter study abroad programs that embrace the vibrant experience of day-to-day contact with the people, institutions, monuments, and landscapes of Greece and the Mediterranean. All of their programs are delivered in English at the Athens-based International Center for Hellenic and Mediterranean Studies (DIKEMES), in the heart of the Athens. Spanning a wide range of disciplines from ancient to contemporary studies, the curriculum is enriched by hands-on learning opportunities and on-site classes, and a significant portion of the semester is also devoted to field trips.

  • AIFS Study Abroad in Rome

    Study art history, communications, history, Italian language and more during a summer, semester or year abroad with AIFS in Rome, Italy. By including your tuition, housing, meals, airfare and cultural activities in one guaranteed price, AIFS makes it simple for you to live and study in Rome and experience all that the Eternal City has to offer. Be a part of the community, not just a tourist, living in your own Roman apartment and enjoying restaurants and cafes throughout the city with your AIFS meal vouchers. AIFS offers excursions to enchanting Venice, energetic Naples and haunting Pompeii, plus semester students will spend 2 weeks in Florence for orientation. Thanks to Rome's great transport connections, you can easily travel wherever you wish in Italy and beyond.

  • The American University in Cairo

    AUC provides a unique opportunity of study abroad for students who are seeking unique experiences, fresh perspectives, and cultural immersion into the exciting Egyptian experience. The University offers a variety of programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels that will enhance their regional knowledge, promote multiculturalism and motivates them to be active in local and global discussions. AUC is a leading English-language, American-accredited institution of higher education. Its community of students, parents, faculty and staff, trustees, alumni and other generous sponsors represent more than 60 countries. The University offers 36 undergraduate programs rooted in a liberal arts education. The University’s educational assets include the largest English-language academic library collection in Egypt, three modern theaters and 15 cross-disciplinary research centers. The University’s modern, 260-acre New Cairo campus constitutes a visionary investment in the future of Cairo, Egypt and the region.

  • University of Haifa International School, Israel

    Situated on the crest of the Carmel Mountains with breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea, and nestled beside the Carmel National Forest, the University of Haifa provides an ideal setting for your International Study Abroad experience. The University of Haifa is one of Israel’s leading research universities, and it is dedicated not only to academic excellence but to social responsibility as well. The diverse student population of 18,000 students is made up of Jews and Muslims, Christians and Baha’i, Druze and Bedouin, new immigrants and native Israelis alike. There is also a growing number of international students from around the world. Students who come to the University of Haifa International School for a semester or year will have an experience they will never forget! Their wide range of special track programs and courses fulfills any student's academic interest. Courses in the International School are taught in English by faculty from a variety of departments within the University of Haifa.

  • National University of Ireland at Galway

    Galway has been voted the 'friendliest' and 'most charming' city by a number of global publications. Set on the Wild Atlantic Way, on the broad sweep of Galway Bay, Galway is as distinctive as it is beautiful. Galway casually combines the energy of a young and diverse population, with the authenticity of a place steeped in history and tradition. Their popular Study Abroad Semester Program offers students the opportunity to study at NUI Galway and earn credits towards their degree at their home institution. Visiting and exchange students alike choose from the wide selection of classes to meet their own major or minor requirements.

  • ISEP Exchange – Study Abroad at Aalborg University, Denmark

    The city of Aalborg is home to Denmark’s most innovative and internationalized university. Programs taught in English include international cultural studies and communication, media studies, psychology, Danish studies, international management, architecture and design, art and technology and medialogy. Students typically enroll in 6-7 classes per term which averages to 12-14 hours in class per week. A term runs for 8-10 weeks followed by supervised project work and exams.

  • University of Arizona Study Abroad in Guatemala

    The UA study abroad program in Guatemala is a unique experience that combines rigorous academics with for-credit internships around themes such as development and public health, ethnic relations and human rights, and indigenous and environmental politics. It also includes reflection of current events, top-notch language training for UA credit, and encounters with Guatemalan activists, artists, students and scholars.