Faculty-Led Experiences

Another type of study abroad experience is one in which a USF faculty member leads a group of students abroad. Below is more information about USF faculty-led programs…

Short-Term Faculty-Led Programs

Short-term faculty-led programs are led by a USF faculty member and usually last between three-four weeks. During this time, participants will take one to two courses abroad for credit. Each faculty-led program is run differently; some programs will stay in one city the entire course, while other programs will go from city to city or country to country. The cost of these programs can range from $2,000-$6,000 depending on the location of the program. However, this cost usually excludes airfare, room, board, and extra activities.

Short-Term Study Abroad Programs (For-Credit) 

Graz, Austria (Kyung-Mee Choi)

  • Topic: Nursing/Social Work: Caring for the Elderly: An International
  • Perspective Dates: May 10-19, 2019
  • Target audience: Nursing, Social Work, and Psychology Students
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Estimated Student Cost: Approx. $3,500

Spain and France (Barcelona, Paris, and Normandy) (Debra Workman)

  • Topic: Culture of Modernity / History
  • Target Audience: History and any USF students
  • Dates of Travel: May 16-30, 2019 (15 days)
  • Program Provider: CultureQuest
  • Program Dates: May 7-June 7, 2019
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Estimated Student Cost: $5,150

Panama (Richard Vaughan/David Gordon)

  • Topic: COBHA Annual International Business
  • Trip Target audience: Business students
  • Dates of Travel: May 14-23, 2019 (10 days)
  • Program Provider: CultureQuest
  • Program Dates: 1/7/19-5/23/19 (online all semester, 3 night classes)
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Estimated Student Cost: $2,700

Cultural Experience Abroad Program (Non-Credit) 

France and Spain (Donna Metlicka / Alumni and Friends tour)

  • Topic: Non-credit cultural experience to expose participants to culture, history, and diversity in France and Spain
  • Program Provider: Culture Quest
  • Dates: May 2019 (exact dates TBD)
  • Estimated Student Cost: $5,150