Study Abroad Overview
The Learning Abroad Center (LAC) offers a number of formal travel programs for Landscape Design and Planning Students. Their website has an interactive search feature, the list below was generated by searching by major (LD+P) only.
Discover Gothic architecture, the magnificently illuminated 8th Century Book of Kells, traditional Irish music and dancing, and more while experiencing the culture of Ireland. Check the Arcadia Ireland website for specific eligibility requirements and program features.
The Arcadia programs in the United Kingdom challenge you to look below the surface of daily life, engage purposefully with the landscape and people, and discover the forces and concerns shaping these countries today.
The IFSA Butler programs in the United Kingdom combine outstanding academics with a vibrant, cutting-edge culture. Choose from renowned universities and an impressive array of subjects in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, or Wales. These universities, some of which are among the most prestigious in the world, allow you to immerse yourself in the culture while living in locations that range from small cities to large metropolises.
Experience Australian cultural and university life in vibrant cities with a diverse blend of Aboriginal, European, and Asian cultures. Check the IFSA-Butler Australia programs website for specific eligibility requirements and program features.
Live and study in London. Participate in an internship in almost any field, sample cuisine from around the world, ride on the London Eye, and master the London Underground.
Experience the excitement and complexity that embodies modern day Rome. Choose from a variety of courses and observe the Italian workforce as an intern. Explore contemporary issues facing Italy and Europe through a variety of study tours.
Experience the dynamic city of Sydney through a professional internship and courses that deepen your understanding of Australian culture.
Live in Melbourne, recently voted the "World's Most Livable City" and take classes at the University of Melbourne, highly regarded for its academic quality.