College Consortium for International Studies (CCIS)
College Consortium for International Studies (CCIS) Programs
Belgrano is located in a quiet, safe, residential neighborhood only 30 minutes from downtown Buenos Aires, Argentina. It offers academic excellence and unbeaten course options....
The College Consortium for International Studies offers students the opportunity to study Spanish in Mexico at the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara. The university provides...
FIE's program in London gives students the opportunity to experience firsthand this complex society through interdisciplinary coursework as well as tailored academic internships,...
Prague offers a rich cultural, historical, and architectural experience. The city is one of the most popular destinations in Europe for students and tourists. Many important...
College Consortium for International Studies (CCIS) Reviews
Submitted by Arynne Zimmerman - Truman State University | March 02, 2018
The faculty is really nice and understanding, we have planned city trips almost every weekend, and the classes aren't difficult at all. Seriously, I would 10/10 recommend this program. I was one of 26 students, so it's a good amount of people to be traveling with. I'm one month into this program, and I wish I could stay forever! Also, everyone in my program stayed with host families.
Good place to visit, not a good place to study
Submitted by Calleigh Smith - University of Indianapolis | December 06, 2017
Peru is such a great place to travel. I have visited areas from all over the country including Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca, Ica and even Iquitos. While the travel aspect is great (and very affordable), USIL is NOT the place to study. The International Office does not work to help students and makes very simple tasks quite difficult and it seems as if they are always working against you and not with you. I have yet to meet one international student that hasn't had any problems with USIL and most of the time they were non-cooperative when we would need something. I personally had asked for a Spanish tutor and was told that they could not help me and that I would have to pay for it when I know almost, if not at all, other countries have timetables set up for the international students to learn the language. USIL made it very hard to enjoy my time at school and hurt my overall experience in Peru.
Submitted by Riley Collette - University of Rhode Island | September 24, 2017
Franklin is a small school, but the perfect size to study abroad, I absolutely love it here. The city of Lugano is so beautiful and the location of the school gives you easy access to everything the city has to offer. Switzerland is also the perfect country to study because it has a little bit of everything and it is so easy to travel to other parts of Europe. I would tell everyone to take advantage of this amazing opportunity, you won't regret it!
Program: CCIS: Lugano--Franklin University
Submitted by KGill - Baylor University | May 02, 2016
Salzburg is now my second home. At Salzburg College they immerse you into the culture. So many excursions and cool sights to see! Everyone at this college is so welcoming! Austria is BEAUTIFUL and I would go back in a heartbeat
Program: CCIS: Salzburg--Salzburg College
Submitted by Natalie Reinhold - Truman State University | September 22, 2014
I had an amazing time at Kingston University! ! It was a once in a lifetime experience!! I met great people and loved being able to jump on a train any time I wanted to go into London. There was a lot to do to actually get there and a lot of money was spent, but I would do it all over in a heart beat!!
Program: CCIS: London--Kingston University