At EF Study Abroad we develop custom, scalable short-term study abroad programs that help our institutional partners maximize travel and skill-building opportunities for students of all backgrounds. If you are a college professor and have ever thoughts about offering your students the life-changing experience of studying abroad, here are 5 things you should know about partnering with EF College Study.
Leaders in short-term, faculty-led programs
With 55+ years of experience, we know a thing or two about creating transformative travel experiences. Within EF’s Study Abroad division, our sole focus is on short-term, faculty-led study abroad programs, all academic and culturally blended by design. Through global networks and collaboration with educators, we build high-quality and sustainable programs that give as many students as possible access to life-changing experiences.
When you partner with EF, you partner with a team of experts
From our Program Consultants and Program Success Specialists to our Program Experience Designers and Academic Affairs team, each EF Study Abroad Program is powered by an entire team of travel experts who handle the planning and logistics so you and your students can focus on the (incredible) experiences ahead.
You can earn fully-funded spots on your program
Earn a fully-funded seat for every 10 students you enroll as the Group Leader. It can be used for yourself, a peer, students, and more.
An educational and intentional approach to program design
When learners participate in our intentionally designed programs that leverage our Global Learning Model, they develop global competencies before, during, and after their in-country immersion. Not seeing an experience you would like to include offered on one of our itineraries? We can customize the experience for you! From a London hospital visit to a business visit in Shanghai, we can align most visits with your area of study as part of your program.
Short-term study abroad, long-term impact
97% of students who studied abroad got a job within one year, and 84% felt that studying abroad helped build valuable job skills.
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