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Deadlines extended for popular summer study abroad programs

Regensburg, Germany, at night from across a lake
March 06, 2014

The School of International Letters and Cultures' study abroad programs are among the longest-running and most prestigious at Arizona State University. Founded in 1981 and directed by knowledgeable world-class faculty, the programs offer students the opportunity to experience and study international humanities and learn languages first-hand while earning credit toward their degrees.

The school's study abroad programs are open to students of any major and to non-degree seeking members of the community.

Due to the popularity of the programs, the school has extended application deadlines for some programs to allow students to complete their applications and apply for scholarships and financial aid by March 15.

German Language and Culture in Regensburg

The School of International Letters and Cultures offers "German Language and Culture in Regensburg," a faculty-directed summer study abroad program in one of Tempe's sister cities.

Spanish Language and Mediterranean Culture

The four-week program is designed to give participants a comprehensive view of the rich and unique cultural history of southern Spain, with emphasis on its rich Arabic heritage. It combines features of a traditional study abroad program with visits to Granada, Córdoba and a traveling seminar to Marrakesh (Morocco).

Spanish Language and Mayan Culture in Merida, Mexico

Students have the opportunity to learn more about Mayan culture and Spanish language firsthand this summer during the "Spanish Language and Mayan Culture in Yucatán" study abroad program.

Florence, Italy Summer Program

Students in the Florence summer program study language, art and humanities in one of the most beautiful and historic cities in the world.

Italian Language and Culture in San Severino Marche, Italy

The "Italian Language and Culture in San Severino Marche" summer program takes place in the east-central region of Le March, Italy, giving students a unique opportunity to study Italian language and culture in an authentic environment free of an overflow of tourists.

Romania and Central Europe

The Romanian studies program in ASU's School of International Letters and Cultures offers an opportunity for interested students to study abroad in Eastern and Central Europe.

The School of International Letters and Cultures is an academic unit in ASU's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.