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Angelo State Students Share Photos From Study Abroad

July 14, 2015

Each year, ASU’s Center for International Studies (CIS) offers several month-long summer study abroad opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students.

In addition to gaining valuable cultural experience, students earn six hours of credit toward their respective degree plans—and have a whole lot of fun along the way. For the summer of 2015, two Europe trips and one to New Zealand and Fiji have already been completed, with the final trip currently in progress in Europe. 

Check out this year’s student photos posted on the CIS Instagram site.


For students interested in studying abroad next summer, the CIS is working on seven proposed trips that will take student groups to various locations in Europe and South America.

Summer 2016 Programs

  • Celtic Tigers - London, Scotland and Ireland

    Travel Dates: May 19-June 10, 2016
    Focus: International Business & Political Science
    Program Director(s): Dr. Sharynn Tomlin and Dr. Edward Olson
  • Colombia

    Travel Dates: July 8-August 7, 2016
    Focus: Physical Science
    Program Director(s): Dr. Juan David Blandon
  • Costa Rica and Nicaragua

    Travel Dates: July 9-August 8, 2016
    Focus: Biology
    Program Director(s): Dr. Michael T. Dixon and Dr. Robert C. Dowler
  • Germany, Austria and France

    Travel Dates: May 18-June 13, 2016
    Focus: International Business
    Program Director(s): Dr. Norman A. Sunderman
  • Germany, Austria and Northern Italy

    Travel Dates: June 1-30, 2016
    Focus: Literature and Kinesiology
    Program Director(s): Dr. Elisabeth C. Muelsch and Mr. Jack Plott
  • Greece and Italy

    Travel Dates: June 4-June 29, 2016
    Focus: Education
    Program Director(s): Dr. Donna Gee and Dr. Charlene Bustos
  • Most Europe - Bulgaria, France, Greece, Italy and Spain

    Travel Dates: May 15-June 6, 2016
    Focus: International Management and Logistics Issues
    Program Director(s): Dr. Tom Badgett and Ms. Gayle Lynn Randall
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