Stand-Out Programs

 

Occupational Therapy in Costa Rica

This staple summer UCA program abroad has hosted many Occupational Therapy students in Costa Rica. Students can expect to receive credit for OTHY 6112: Level I Fieldwork: Analysis of Human Occupational Performance.

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“Studying abroad in Costa Rica was an opportunity that I will never¬†forget. This trip enabled me to experience new cultures, traditions, and view the world from a different lens.”

— Shalexis, Occupational Therapy in Costa Rica 2022 Participant

 

Summer in Florence I

This staple summer UCA program in Florence generally offers many credits in the fields of Interior Design, Nutrition, and Family & Consumer Sciences. The program is usually capped out at 24 students, so keep that in mind when considering this program.

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“Study abroad was genuinely one of the most ¬†rewarding and life changing experiences I have had. I learned so much about Italian culture and it changed my view on a lot of things. I would recommend it to anyone!”

— Jasmin, Summer in Florence I 2022 participant

 

Summer in Rwanda

This staple UCA program in Rwanda usually occurs every other summer. Students can expect to pursue either biology or cultural studies.

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Spanish Language Immersion in Costa Rica

This staple UCA program in Costa Rica offers students interested in Spanish language learning an opportunity to immerse themselves in the language in addition to experiencing the Costa Rican culture up close.

This program offers much more than just language learning. For more information, click here to learn about the current program.

“The best advice I can give a student who is learning a new language is to take the opportunity of a language immersion program. You are thrown into a country where you are forced to learn the language in order to communicate and ‘survive.’ My grammar became better and my classmates were able to understand more by the time we left.”

— Margarita, Spanish Language Immersion in Costa Rica 2022 participant