1. Bond University- Gold Coast, Australia
Bon University is located on the luxurious Gold Coast. It is surrounded by amazing nightclubs, pristine beaches and rich Australian culture. The university campus is quite beautiful and the staff is friendly, yet knowledgeable. One ‘minor’ setback is that there are bull sharks in the water.
2. Keio University- Tokyo, Japan
Keio University in Tokyo is the first private institution in Japan. Keio is famous for placing importance on employing only the most qualified faculty staff. The university does not aim only at academic pursuit, but also strives to be a constant source of honorable character and a paragon of intellect and morals for the entire nation.
3. University of Granada- Spain
Granada is a city filled with historic scene, artistic structures and really rich culture. It has a student-driven nightlife. The town is small enough so that you can walk nearly everywhere, but at the same time does not seem too small.
4. Fudan University- Shanghai, China
Fudan University is located in the heart of Shanghai, China. The university offers the students a wide range of language courses as well as options to intern within the city. The students are placed in fully-furnished apartments and with English-speaking students in order to ease the transition period.
5. American College Dublin- Ireland
American College of Dublin is located in the center of Dublin in the middle of historic Merrion Square. The campus is within walking distance of all that Dublin has to offer such as theaters, museums, galleries, restaurants and pubs. Moreover, the American College of Dublin is quite good institution for higher education - it was once ranked seventh in the world for study-abroad institutions.
6. Semester at Sea
During the fall or spring semester, Semester at Sea offers a 100-day program, which takes students around the globe on a ship. There are also slightly shorter trips offered for summertime. Students usually visit 8 to 11 countries during this time. The program is sponsored by the University of Virginia.
7. University of Belgrano (Sol Education Abroad)- Argentina
The university has 142 academic cooperation agreements with universities worldwide. It is also the founder of the Latin American Network for Academic Cooperation. The campus features superb classrooms and several libraries and cafeterias. The university campus is located just few minutes away from downtown Buenos Aires.
8. New York University at Berlin
Berlin is usually referred to as the “Silicon Valley of Europe”. The city is youthful, artistic, and cultural and part of the modern European history. Moreover, day trips and guided excursions in and around Berlin are included in the program.
9. University of Cape Town- South Africa
University of Cape Town is known for its beauty and is located at the foot of Table Table Mountain’s Devil’s Peak, which means that if you study there, you will have a panoramic view of Cape Town. The university’s staff and students are from over 100 different countries across the world. The university offers built links, partnerships and exchange agreements with leading African and International Institutions that further enrich the academic, social and cultural diversity across campus.
10. Lorenzo de’ Medici- Florence, Italy
The university is surrounded by the hills of Italian countryside. To live and study in Florence means that you will walk the streets where Dante, Brunelleschi, Giotto, Leonardo da Vinci and other contributors to the arts and humanities wandered. The students will enjoy the culture and history of this amazing city while mastering Italian language.
11. Universidad Veritas- San Jose, Costa Rica
The focus of the university are the areas of art, design and architecture. The programs offered by Veritas University demand and use innovative approach. The university offers students excellent opportunities for development in the field of design and architecture with a great potential for professional development.
12. King’s College- London, England
King’s College is ranked as one of the top 30 universities in the world and fourth oldest in London. In the heart of the one of the most famous cities, students will never run out of things to do or see. Moreover, you will also spend about 8/9 hours per week in class. The rest is independent learning in whichever way you find the best.