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Spin the globe and stop it at random. Chances are we have a study abroad program in whatever country your finger lands on.

Faculty-led Programs

Open to students and community members, participants experience new cultures, see significant landmarks and make lasting memories alongside an experienced and knowledgeable JCCC faculty member.

  • Explore Japan: Culture, Arts and History - May 20-29, 2023
    Travel to Japan and earn college credit as you discover a culture rich in memories and tradition. Gain an understanding of the past and the present with visits to the famed cities of Kyoto, Tokyo and Hiroshima. The application deadline is Dec. 5.

  • The Basque Country of Spain and France - May 20-29, 2023
    Join us for a faculty-led Study Abroad program and explore a country preserved in time. View historic relics and participate in long-held traditions in this Basque Country trip of a lifetime! The application deadline is Dec. 5.

  • Journey to Historic Germany - May 22-June 2, 2023
    Travel to Germany and earn college credit as you walk the paths of historic landmarks and cultural touchstones. Visits to Heidelberg Palace, the Berlin Wall and the Town of Four Castles are among the monumental sites included in this memorable adventure. The application deadline is Dec. 5.

  • Science in Scandinavia – May 16-26, 2023
    Join us on a JCCC faculty-led Study Abroad program to Sweden and Denmark to learn about scientific advances, see the sights and earn college credit. Apply by Nov. 28.

  • Explore Incredible India - March 11-19, 2023
    Travel to India and earn college credit while you explore world-famous landmarks and learn about architecture, medical science, the arts and much more! Apply by Oct. 31 for priority consideration.

Longer-term Programs

JCCC partners with the College Consortium for International Studies (CCIS) and the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) to provide study abroad opportunities in 51 countries.

Your expenses will vary depending on several factors:

  • Cost of living in the host country
  • Program length
  • Airfare
  • Housing
  • Meals
  • Personal expenses

Most programs don’t require you to speak the language of your host country, but Oberlin University’s Japan program does have a minimum language requirement.

Review the program you’re interested in for specific details. For a more enriching experience, we recommend you take at least one semester-length class of the most common language spoken in your chosen country.

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