Set foot in Europe this summer through GPC and European Council study abroad programs.

Greece- Skopelos and Athens
Art, Drawing, Literature and Communications. Earn academic credit and participate in volunteer projects on a scenic Greek Island. GPC faculty-led program. 

Spend one month in the heart of London, and earn up to 6 credits towards your degree. Courses available in social science, art, humanities. European Council program.

Participants can choose from coursework in language, social science, art, and humanities. Weekends are free to explore nearby countries. European Council program.

France- Bordeaux
Earn 6 credits of French language in a UNESCO World Heritage site in southwest France. Offers French 1001 - French 2002. Sponsored by Georgia Southern University; open to other USG schools.

European Council program. Courses: MUCS 1301- Music Appreciation, HIST 1112- history (1500-present), POLS 2401- Global Issues, GRMN 1001- Elementary German I, GRMN 2001- Intermediate German I, and more...

Explore one of the most breathtakingly beautiful country sides in the UK with the European Council's youngest programs.  Courses available in social science, art, and humanities. European Council program.

Italy- Montepulciano
Travel to Tuscany with KSU. There are two sessions each summer for which students can apply, one departing in May, the second departing in June. Open to other USG schools.

Russia-St. Petersburg
Experience "White Nights", the celebration of the period of 24 hour daylight, in the architectural wonder of Russia. Social Science, Art, Humanities, Language. European Council program. Courses: RUSS 1001- Elementary Russian I, ARTS 1301- Art Appreciation, and more...

Spain- Madrid
Spain, a great launching point for exploring southern Europe, and North Africa. Courses available in Social Science, Art, Humanities, Language. European Council program. Courses: ARTS 1301- Art Appreciation, ENGL 2600- Creative Writing, SPAN 1002- Elementary Spanish II, RELI 1301- World Religion, ARTS 2621- Watercolor, ENGL 2112- World Literature II, SPAN 2001- Intermediate Spanish I, SPAN 2002- Intermediate Spanish II, ANTH 1102- Introduction to Anthropology, and more...