Upcoming Study Abroad Trips

Instructional Design

Seminole State College offers both academic and sightseeing Study Abroad options through the Center for Global Engagement. You can find information about upcoming programs below, or contact AnneLiese Busch at 407.708.2907 for more information.

Faculty members who are interested in organizing a future trip should visit the Faculty Resources page.

Upcoming Sightseeing Trips

There are currently two faculty-led sightseeing Study Abroad trips approved for the 2015-16 year. Find information about the trips below, and check back at a later date for more Study Abroad options.

All trips are accompanied by an optional three-credit course.

Note: Prices and details are subject to change. For the most up-to-date information on a trip, please contact the faculty advisor or the Center for Global Engagement.

La Rambla in Barcelona
La Rambla in Barcelona

Barcelona: March 5-11, 2016

Participants will spend Spring Break in Spain on a five- or seven-day tour of Barcelona and experience a deep dive into one of the Iberian Peninsula's most cultural cities. The trip begins with a walking tour of La Rambla, a gorgeous pedestrian mall lined with trees and shops. Later on, travelers will take a guided tour of Barcelona, including isits to Parque Guell and La Sagrada Familia, one of the most recognizable basilicas in the world. Travelers also will experience world-famous architecture at Casa Mila and Casa Batllo, visit the La Boqueria market, and enjoy Spain's world-renowned cuisine throughout the trip.

The approximate cost for this trip is $2,845 for students and $2,995 for travelers 30 years old and older. The price includes travel expenses, lodging, most meals, fees for tour directors and translators, sightseeing tours and admission to attractions.

For more information about this trip, please email David Moradian, professor and program manager for Business, Legal and Entrepreneurship, or call him at 407.708.2729. You can sign up for the trip and make your initial deposit at the EF College Study Tours website.

The French Riviera
The French Riviera

Barcelona, France and Italy: May 17-26, 2016

Travelers will visit three Mediterranean countries in 10 days on this tour through Spain, France and Italy. Participants will fly in to Barcelona, where they will spend two nights checking out the sights of the city, including La Rambla, the Boqueria Market, the Columbus Monument and Gaudi's Sagrada Familia. On day four of the trip, participants will travel to Provence, France, for a day of sightseeing before heading south to the French Riviera. After traveling east through Nice, Eze and Monaco, participants will spend the last three days of the trip in Italy, checking out the sights and local culture in Pisa, Florence, Assisi and Rome. This portion of the trip will include visits to world-famous landmarks like Giotto's Bell Tower, the former home of the poet Dante, the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Basilica, and the Roman Colosseum.

The approximate cost for this trip is $3,338. The price includes travel expenses, lodging, most meals, fees for tour directors and translators, sightseeing tours and admission to attractions.

For more information about this trip, please email Paul Luby, associate dean of Arts and Communication, or call him at 407.708.2408. You can sign up for the trip and make your initial deposit at the Explorica website.

Upcoming Academic Trips

Two faculty-led academic Study Abroad opportunities will be offered in March 2016 during Spring Break. These trips, offered to a limited number of students on a first-come, first-served basis, provide students with a unique opportunity to study culture abroad from an academic perspective.

Students selected for these trips are required to enroll in the associated course.

Biology Trip to the Peruvian Amazon: Spring Break 2016

Study the biological diversity of the Amazon River and surrounding areas by helping with field research.

In order to participate in this trip, students should download and complete an application, which includes a short essay on why they are interested in participating in this trip. Please contact AnneLiese Busch at 407.708.2907 for more information.

Service Learning Trip to Cusco, Peru: Spring Break 2016

Travel to Cusco, Peru to participate in a service learning project.

In order to participate in this trip, students should download and complete an application, which includes a short essay on why they are interested in participating in this trip. Please contact AnneLiese Busch at 407.708.2907 for more information.