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Abbey Road Programs

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Abbey Road offers study abroad and pre college programs for high school students. We specialize in language and cultural immersion in Europe, Canada, and Boston. Our programs provide personal growth and academic enrichment in art, history, film, fashion, photography, SAT prep, international relations, community service across 8 countries in Europe and North America.



ACA offers 2-5 week summer programs in cooperation with top universities in the U.S. and Europe for middle school and high school students spanning various subject areas including film, business, fashion, technology, SAT/ACT prep, internships and more.

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Students participate in courses, community service, sports and weeknight and weekend activities. Students visit local monuments, museums, beaches, parks and attend events in each program city.

The programs we offer include:

• Pre-college enrichment @ University of Wisconsin- Madison

• Pre-college enrichment @ University of California, Los Angeles

• The College Advantage @ Los Angeles and Boston

• Internship Program @ Los Angeles, Madison and Boston

• Study Abroad @ Barcelona, Spain and Florence, Italy



The Barat Foundation Summer Program

The Barat Foundation Summer Program in the South of France is a highly unique and specialized Art program coupled with French language and culture immersion. For over 20 years we have been bringing students from all over the world to study and work with renowned French artists and educators in the heart of the Luberon Valley in Provence, France.  The Summer Program has hundreds of alumni whose lives have been transformed as a result of their experience living and working together as an extended family with international students, professors, and artists.

The program includes individualized workshops in Photography, Digtital Filmmaking, Studio Arts including Painting and Drawing, Theater, Music, Dance, Creative Writing, Fashion Design, and of course, French Cuisine.  In addition, all levels of French language classes from true beginners to fluent speakers are offered. There are no language requirements to enter the program. Community service opportunities include teaching English to the French children of the village, working on an organic farm, or helping our local sheep farmer with his baby lambs.




Gain academic and leadership skills, hone language ability, and develop longlasting friendships during a fun and engaging summer experience. These three- or four- week programs, developed exclusively for high school students, are based on CET’s innovative educational model for successful college study abroad programs.


Each CET program focuses on a specific theme and offers four college credits. Participating in introductory courses led by college-level faculty, you’ll immerse in local culture, build confidence, and expand your horizons during a transformative study abroad experience that is invaluable in the college preparation process. Everything you need from CET, no matter where you go. Earn four college credits in classes alongside academically focused peers. Experience local cultures and advance language skills in an inclusive learning environment. Take advantage of CET’s extensive local networks and resources. Enjoy outstanding student support and supervision provided by experienced in-country staff. Travel on an accompanied group flight. Prepare with program-specific predeparture information and a thorough onsite orientation. Rely on CET’s comprehensive risk management strategies that prioritize the health and safety of all students.






CET Academic Programs is a study abroad organization that has been developing and delivering innovative educational programs abroad since 1982. Originally “China Educational Tours,” CET began operations in Beijing, and today offers a varied portfolio of semester, summer, and short-term customized programs for college, high school, and pre-college students in Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East. Known for strong academics, professional program management, and supportive student services, CET strives to integrate students into their host communities, adopt environmentally conscientious practices, and promote diversity and inclusion across all programs.


Choate Rosemary Hall Summer Language Immersion Programs

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For over 40 years Choate Rosemary Hall, a private coeducational boarding school in Connecticut, has owned and operated summer language immersion programs abroad.  Located in Paris, France (French), Rabat, Morocco (Arabic and French), and La Coruna, Spain (Spanish) our four-week (Morocco) and five-week (France and Spain) programs extend an invitation for students to immerse themselves in the language, daily routines, and cultural habits of another country.  Participants take academic classes in language, literature and arts, live with a home stay family, and participate in weekend, and multi-day excursions designed as an extension of the classroom experience.  Time abroad with Choate teachers, native of the host country and from our Wallingford campus, is designed to build independence, self-reliance, resourcefulness, and adaptability through exposure to new ways of living and thinking. 


The Experiment in International Living

Since 1932, The Experiment in International Living has provided 3, 4, and 5-week summer abroad programs for high school students who want to connect deeply and engage meaningfully with the richness and complexities of another country. Students are challenged to explore the host country through hands-on experiences in local communities and through the lens of a specific theme.  Programs are designed to equip students not only with essential cultural and, in many cases, language skills, but also with a deeper awareness of and sensitivity to global issues shaping the diverse communities and regions we visit. Each year, hundreds of Experimenters come away from their summer abroad with invaluable new skills, connections, awareness, and knowledge to thrive—and lead—in diverse, intercultural environments.


Global Routes

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We offer our students an unparalleled opportunity to immerse themselves into a small rural community, develop long-lasting cross-cultural relationships, and make positive contributions that will last a lifetime. Our high school, gap year, and college programs provide students with the chance to travel and share an experience with a group of peers while engaging with a local host community through homestays and volunteer work.  Through immersion in the community, Global Routes offer the deepest language and cultural immersion opportunities in the field.

Students work side by side with locals on projects selected by the community, such as constructing a school, health clinic, or community center. Our gap and college students can also integrate into local schools to teach or tutor English, math, science, art, life skills, or any other subject where a bit of extra help is needed.


Global Works

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For 28 years, Global Works programs have empowered middle and high school students to be global citizens and to make a positive impact through their travels. Much more than a vacation, Global Works believes in authentic travel and service learning. Our international programs foment opportunities for fun and engaging leadership development and personal growth. Groups collaborate on meaningful and sustainable service projects with our partner communities around the world. Choose from programs that focus on Spanish, French, pre-med & public health, sustainable business, education & the environment, marine biology, and adventure! Our destinations include Costa Rica, Cuba, Fiji Islands, France, Galapagos, Guatemala, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, and Spain! 


Lán Le Saol Ireland

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A unique and magical educational experience nestled deep in the heart of the historic Boyne Valley District, Ireland. Boasting sites that pre-date the pyramids. Our three week educational enrichment programme offers an unrivalled history and cultural experience from a real local perspective with expert tutors offering International students the opportunity to learn in the land of myths and legends. Our course is bursting full of fun activities and opportunities to learn about Irish History, Language, Culture, Heritage and other fascinating subjects. As part of our educational programme high school students will also enjoy exciting excursions to Historical sites, vibrant cities and adventure centres along the coast of Irelands Ancient East, across the midlands of Ireland and down to the stunning Wild Atlantic Way fully embracing the beauty of Ireland.


MWS Student Camps (Montreal French Camps)


Established in 1983, MWS Student Camps have been a part of the language learning experience in Canada for the past 33 years. Students from 32 countries attended our language camps last summer.  MWS Montreal French Camps offer a french immersion experience for Canadian and International students located at McGill University, in the centre of Montreal. Residential and day camp options are available. Our French Camps are divided into three sections: Junior Camp (ages 7 to 10), Intermediate Camp (ages 11-13) and Senior Camp (ages 14 to 17). Programmes include language study, daily excursions (age specific) and camp activities. Full day trips include visits to Quebec City and Ottawa. 


People to People

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People to People International Travel Programs turn the world into a classroom, creating an educational and inspirational experience that cultivates meaningful connections between people of different countries.  For over 60 years we have embodied the vision of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who founded People to People International in 1956. We go beyond typical sightseeing tours and create unique, immersive moments that truly connect students to the people, places and cities they are visiting.

We offer 8-31 day all-inclusive travel programs to Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Asia, Africa and Costa Rica for 12-18 year old students.

Here is what makes us different:

We provide our students with “behind the scenes” access, whether it’s meeting a former member of Parliament in London, to meeting with a survivor of a WWII concentration camp in Germany.

We believe in doing community service as a way of giving back to the people and places we visit, from volunteering in an orphanage in Costa Rica, to working alongside Irish teens while cutting peat to provide a heat source for the local elderly.

We feel one of the most genuine and immersive ways to connect to a new culture is to experience the day-to-day life of locals, whether it’s participating in a homestay in Spain or biking through the windmill arms in the Netherlands with Dutch students.

We give students the opportunity to step outside their comfort ones and participate in local, team building outdoor activities, such as rappelling down the side of a medieval castle in Italy to whitewater rafting in Scotland.

We teach our students to be more self-aware, the discover their own interests, become more independent and return home as global citizens.

Please visit our website , call us at 844-359-2020 or email with any questions!


Putney Student Travel


For over 65 years, Putney Student Travel has offered high school and middle school students the opportunity and insight to shape their world through travel, unique cultural engagement, friendship, and fun. Our summer programs range from two to five weeks in length and include pre-college enrichment, community service, language immersion, adventure travel, and cultural immersion. We are particularly excited this year about returning programs in Cuba, Thailand, and Shanghai, as well as new high school additions such as Skiing in Patagonia, Language Learning in Colombia, Diving in Belize, Community Service in Nepal and middle school programs in Costa Rica, France, Holland and Spain.


The Putney School Summer Arts

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Offer students age 14-17 the opportunity for in-depth exploration in the visual arts, performing arts, and creative writing, as well as sustainability through our Farm Program. Our ESOL- Program for International Education for non-native English speakers offers English language classes and accelerated learning through language immersion. We enroll 135 students in each 3-week session.

Additionally we offer a one week workshop in Engineering and Design for students age 11-15 who are interested in programming and electro-mechanical construction.


Summer at Sem English Language Institute


The English Language Institute or ELI is a 4 week summer camp for international boarding students ages 13-18 who want to learn English in the US.  ELI offers two different concentrations during the 4-week session: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) or Language and Culture. Students studying English as a second language will find Wyoming Seminary’s English Language Institute the perfect place to further their mastery of the English language. 




Since 1984 has offered personalized adventures for students seeking a summer experience like no other. Our extensive range of programs encourages independence and friendship, striking the perfect balance between learning, exploration, and fun. We’re proud of our reputation for providing a high level of attention and care, for being pioneers in our field, and for finding exciting new ways to make each student’s summer unforgettable. Summerfuel offers summer programs for grades 8 - 12, specializing in Pre-College; Language Immersion: Barcelona, Nice and Spanish Homestay programs; Business & Entrepreneurship; College Admissions Prep and Digital Media.


Tufts University Summit Program

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Established over 20 years ago, the Tufts University Summit Program invites high school students to develop a greater understanding of the global village they will call home. While improving their French language skills, students are introduced to the complex world of international politics and diplomacy.  Their “Introduction to International Relations” and “French Language and Culture” classes, as well as field trips to local sites of historic importance and the natural beauty, help them make the most of this extraordinary region of the Alps and their time in Tufts Summit.

Students live with carefully selected host families in the Talloires area, most often with another student. What students learn first-hand about local daily life and French culture by sharing meals, conversations and outings with their host families, goes well beyond what can be learned from a textbook. 

In Tufts Summit, students are encouraged to challenge their physical abilities, as well as their minds. Weekly outdoor activities, such as organized hikes into the local mountains, introduce students to another outstanding aspect of this alpine region — its extraordinary beauty and unique ecosystem.


VISIONS Service Adventures

VISIONS programs are grounded in a philosophy that has been changing the lives of teenagers for 30 years. We believe it is best to do one thing and do it well. That’s why across all programs we have one model, built on the pillars of meaningful service, full cultural immersion and adventurous exploration. 

Our student volunteers work among Blackfeet and Northern Cheyenne people on Montana Indian reservations and with indigenous Athabascans in Alaska, as well as abroad in South and Central America, the Caribbean and Cambodia. Programs are 12 days to four weeks long, and some sites include Spanish or French language immersion.


WestCoast Connection


Offers Language programs in Spain, a Language and Community Service program in Costa Rica as well as French, Italian, Spanish or ESL classes on Pre-College Enrichment programs on the campus of UCLA in Los Angeles, McGill University in Montreal, Barcelona, Spain and Florence, Italy.   Westcoast Connection also offers teen tours, community service,  global adventures, baseball tours, and fashion experiences. Programs in Australia, Canada, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador & Galapagos, Europe, New Zealand, Peru, South Africa, Thailand, Vietnam & the USA.  Programs ranging from 10-40 days for ages 13-18 grouped compatibly by age; with separate ON TOUR programs for teens completing 11th & 12th grades offering more independence.


Where There Be Dragons


Dragons has been facilitating authentic cultural immersion  in Asia, Africa, and Latin America for over 25-years. Our Summer Abroad, Gap Year, and College Study Abroad programs take small student groups to remote communities with the best educators in the industry to ensure personalized mentorship and meaningful engagement. Each program is custom-crafted with 9 program components  including homestay, language study, and service learning. Our goal is to help participants develop the self-awareness and cross-cultural competencies to be active participants in the world.

Contact Us: 303.413.0822

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