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Semester and Summer Study Abroad Programs
The Center offers a variety of possibilities to study abroad, which will not only provide academic credit, but also serve as a great experience to expand the students' worldview and new opportunities in their field of study. Studying abroad is the opportunity to meet new people from new cultures, gain a better worldview and to even gain more respect for your country. Student's can visit tourist sites will studying abroad and earn college credits at the same time!
USC Upstate has collaborative agreements in France, Italy, Bermuda, Spain, the Dominican Republic, Germany, Poland, England, and Canada, among others. The collaborative program between USC Upstate and the University Fachhochschule Magdeburg (Germany) offers summer, semester, and year-long programs. This collaborative has also brought visiting German professors for special lectures and speeches to USC Upstate. Kingston University (England) is the site of semester studies programs for those USC Upstate students interested in British culture and literature.
For more information, visit our Semester and Summer Study Abroad Programs page.
Center for International Studies and Language Services
Study Abroad Scholarship Opportunitiees
Die Deutsche Schule Spartanburg
Ternopil State Medical University in Ternopil, Ukraine
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