Study Abroad

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Gain a whole new perspective of the world by traveling with FLCC students and faculty. The knowledge you'll gain through these unforgettable experiences is applicable to just about any educational or career path. Plus, you'll earn college credit!

Through these immersive travel experiences, you'll foster a full appreciation of another culture. FLCC's Study Abroad courses are open to all students, regardless of field of study or career goals. By studying world languages and experiencing other cultures, you'll establish a valuable foundation for a successful career in today's global economy.


Study Abroad Options

Educational travel experiences are life changing. Take advantage of the opportunity to explore the world, make friends from different countries, and establish the global outlook that employers value.

Student in Paris, France with the Eiffel Tower in the background

Travel to France

HUM 220 Study Abroad in the French-speaking World is a three-credit course that's offered during each Spring Semester. This class features a two-week travel period with one of the weeks coinciding with FLCC's Spring Break. The course also includes on-campus classes before and after the international travel experience. Previous study in French is recommended, but not required. The travel itinerary includes:

  • Guided tours of Paris featuring museums, monuments, cathedrals, basilicas, and markets
  • Guided excursions to cultural and historic sites around the Brittany and Normandy regions
  • Homestay accommodations with local host families, including prepared meals

Learn more about HUM 220

Boat featuring tourists and tour guide

Travel to Costa Rica

HUM 225 Study Abroad in the Spanish-speaking World is a three-credit course that's offered during each Spring Semester. This class features a two-week travel period during the second and third weeks of January. The course also includes on-campus classes after the international travel experience. Previous study in Spanish is recommended, but not required. The travel itinerary includes:

  • Guided excursions to ecological zones such as cloud forests, natural preserves, beaches, and volcanoes
  • Guided city tours of artisan works, basilicas, plantations, and cultural/sporting events
  • Homestay accommodations with local host families, including prepared meals

More details about HUM 225


Scholarships and Financial Aid

State and federal financial aid can be applied toward Study Abroad courses; connect with the Financial Aid Office for assistance. Additionally, you can apply for a $1000 Study Abroad with World Languages Scholarship; the scholarship criteria and application form are included in the course application packet. Other funding may also be available:

Language Course Offerings

Enhance your travel experience by studying the language. Offerings include introductory through advanced intermediate courses.

HUM 220 Study Abroad in the French-speaking World Adobe Acrobat, PDF

All French (FRN) Courses

HUM 225 Study Abroad in the Spanish-speaking World Adobe Acrobat, PDF

All Spanish (SPN) Courses

Faculty Travel Guides

FLCC’s Study Abroad experiences are unique because our faculty always accompany students for the duration of the travel. Your faculty travel guide will be available to you 24/7 to ensure that you have the best experience possible!

Contacts

Barbara Kruger
Professor of World Languages
Director of Study Abroad
Office: 4268
Phone: (585)785-1309
Barbara.Kruger@flcc.edu