Partners and Program Providers
AHA International, founded in 1957, is an academic program of the University of Oregon and a study abroad organization dedicated to increasing intercultural competency and international awareness for university students throughout the United States. AHA provides study abroad programs that support and guide student learning and growth; are academically challenging; and are aligned with the academic, programmatic, and internationalization goals of AHA's partner institutions and faculty.
Beyond Study Abroad is an international education experience designed specifically for the student-athletes, although participants do not have to be participating in a varsity sport. Any student who is passionate about athletics and connecting the world through sports is an excellent candidate for the program.
3785 Aberdeen st.
Salem, OR 97302
Center for International Studies (CIS)
CIS offers semester, summer, internship, and customized programs in 22 countries at 40 programs sites. These programs include non-traditional locations, a large selection of internships, and many opportunities for cultural immersion.
17 New South Street, #205
Northampton, MA 01060
Toll Free: 877-617-9090
Cooperative Center for Study Abroad (CCSA)
CCSA is a higher education consortium of 23 colleges and universities with member schools from Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee and Texas. CCSA is headquartered at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. CCSA is led by an executive director and a board of trustees. Together, they annually develop, plan, and coordinate study abroad programs. The study abroad courses are taught by faculty from consortium- member schools.
IE3 Global Internships
An IE3 Global Internship is a supervised, practical, international work experience. Internships range from ten weeks to six months of full-time work. The internship integrates academic credit on the home campus with on-the-job experience, allowing students to gain valuable skills while working toward their degrees. Benefits of an internship range from gaining relevant professional experience, applying coursework to real-life challenges, strengthening foreign language and cross-cultural skills to exploring and pursuing new international opportunities and earning academic credit.
Oregon State University
International Partnership for Service Learning and Leadership (IPSL)
More than 25 years ago IPSL pioneered international service- learning. Today, they still set the standard. Discover the power of service-learning as a method for education and a means through which universities can cultivate globally aware citizens who are culturally literate, civically engaged, and responsive to the needs of others.
1515 SW 5th Ave., Suite 606
Portland, OR 97201
Oregon University System International Programs (OUS)
Thousands of Oregon students have gained academic, personal, professional and inter-cultural insight and skills while abroad on an OUS International Exchange Program. OUS programs offer students the unique opportunity to become integrated into another culture through study at an overseas university and provide the avenue by which students can develop these vitally important skills.
Oregon State University
School for Field Studies (SFS)
Since 1980, The School for Field Studies (SFS), the nation’s oldest and largest environmental study abroad program, has combined hands-on environmental studies with scientific research to develop sustainable solutions to critical environmental problems. SFS students work with communities in developing nations to discover practical ways to manage their natural resources. In the process, SFS students undergo a transformational experience that assists them in advancing their careers as skilled professionals and globally aware citizens.
10 Federal Street, Suite 24
Salem, MA 01970-3876
Since 1971, SEA has been a leader in off-campus study focused on marine science, maritime culture, and environmental studies. Our SEA Semester study abroad programs challenge students intellectually and physically by combining the sailing adventure of a lifetime with study of the deep ocean and the interactions of humans and the sea.
P.O. Box 6
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02453
The Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges phone: 503-838-8905 fax: 503-838-8089 | or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org