For Current Programs click HERE.CCSA annually develops, plans and coordinates study abroad programs in Australia, Belize, England, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Scotland, and other English-speaking areas.
Winter ProgramsEach year during winter break, CCSA offers a number of short, intensive study abroad programs to a variety of sites in English-speaking countries across the globe.
All programs depart December 26 and return approximately two weeks later. While each program offers a unique set of courses and experiences particular to the sites visited, all involve focused course activities, field trips and cultural enrichment activities which, when combined with the production of final course-related projects submitted after return stateside, enable participants to earn up to 3 semester hours of credit.
All courses are taught by faculty from CCSA member institutions. One does not have to be a student at a member institution to participate in a winter program.
You can see the current 2013-14 Winter Brochure here:
Student Handbooks for current CCSA winter programs:
Student Handbook Australia 13-14
Student Handbook London 13-14
Beginning in May and running through August, CCSA offers a wide variety of study abroad options, ranging in length from two to four weeks, taught in english-speaking countries on five continents.
While most programs allow students to earn 3 semester hours of credit, individuals participating in the London Summer program have the option of taking one or two courses (see the most recent London summer program page for pricing for a second course) , allowing for the possibility of earning up to 6 hours of credit.
You can see the current 2014 Summer Brochure here:
Student Handbooks for previous CCSA summer programs:
Student Handbook Belize Anthropology 2013
Student Handbook Belize Maymester 2013
Student Handbook London 2013
Student Handbook Early Ireland 2013
Student Handbook Late Ireland 2013
SEMESTER PROGRAMS – UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA, UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
CCSA has developed partnerships with two of the leading universities in the UK to offer our students the opportunity to enroll directly in their programs as full-time visiting students for a semester or even a year.
The University of East Anglia, located in the historic medieval town of Norwich, was recently voted by English university students to be among the highest in student satisfaction overall, while its programs in Environmental Sciences and Creative Writing have achieved international recognition.
CCSA’s other semester partner, the University of Manchester, is also internationally recognized for excellence in research and teaching in a wide variety of disciplines, including music and biology. Regarded by many as the “Second City” of the UK, Manchester is a leader in the production of edgy music and youth-oriented culture. Study abroad students may participate in the university’s Leadership and Service Certificate program, which adds involvement in the local community to more traditional academic coursework.
INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS – DUBLIN
For students interested in giving their resumes a global edge, CCSA offers an internship
program in Dublin, Ireland. Placements matched to the specific professional focus and
educational background of each applicant are arranged by CCSA’s internship partner in this
world-leading city. Housing is included in the program price.