We develop custom, scalable short-term study abroad programs that help our institutional partners maximize travel and skill-building opportunities for students of all backgrounds.
Our programs are informed by close collaboration with academic institutions, enhanced with outcomes assessment and curriculum integration tools, and driven by our vision for diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging for all learners.
EF College Study and The Forum on Education Abroad, in collaboration with EF's educational partner, the Nobel Prize Museum, have created a high-impact, fully-funded student program open to all college and master’s students. Selected students will participate in an online course, travel to Stockholm, Sweden for an international field study, and attend sessions at the 2021 Nobel Week Dialogue – a collaborative event that brings the world’s leading thinkers together to explore topics through a global lens.
When learners study abroad, every moment is an opportunity for growth. With EF College Study, those moments venture into personal, academic, and professional development.
With our programs, you’ll have the support of educators and travel experts, gain access to our new Global Competencies Assessment, and help students build critical skills for an increasingly connected world—all within a structured learning framework.
We could all use a win right now. Here’s your chance to win a short-term study abroad program in 2022 on us. Enter to win a scholarship to power a short-term faculty-led study abroad program at your school.
Over 30 educators have already won. But even if you don't, when you lead a program with us—to Rome, Costa Rica, Tokyo and everywhere in between—you get the chance to see the incredible long-term impact of travel on your students.