Study & Travel (Multi-Destination) Programs

Study Abroad on an AIFS Study & Travel (Multi-Destination) Program

If you can't decide on one location to study in this summer, maybe you'd like to go to four or five? AIFS offers several traveling programs that visit a series of international cities while focusing on one course throughout the trip.

Centuries of Genocide examines the atrocities of genocidal violence from the 19th to the 21st century in London, Berlin, Prague, Kraków, and Warsaw. Criminal Justice in Rome and London surveys the history of the Italian mafia and crime prevention in Rome and London. European Art and Architecture examines the artistic treasures of London, Amsterdam, Paris, Lausanne, Venice, Florence and Rome. Fashion Marketing and Merchandising explores the fashion business in London, Paris, Milan, and Florence. Japanese Culture: Past, Present and Future introduces students to Japanese art, traditions, history and culture with visits to the ancient city of Kyoto, historically significant Hiroshima, and technologically advanced Tokyo. LGBTQ+ in the UK: Pride and Prejudice examines LGBTQ culture and history, visiting London, Paris, and Berlin. Southeast Asia: History, Conflict and Culture in Vietnam and Cambodia surveys the history of the Vietnam War and Southasian culture and through visits to some of the conflict's most significant locations, incluing Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon), and Phnom Penh, capital of neighboring Cambodia. Storytelling in Australia gives students a unique experience of Western Australia and its indigenous culture. Tropical Marine Biology in Australia is a 3-week exploration of Western Australia's marine habitats. The Vikings explores Viking culture in northern Europe, including stops in Copenhagen, Malmö, Stockholm, and Oslo. War and Society investigates the history and cultural significance of war in shaping societies and culture over a millenium, through visits to medeival and modern battle sites in and around London and Paris. Western European Cinema examines the development of film and approaches to film making across Europe, with stops in London, Paris, Rome, and Florence.