Academics

Study & Travel Abroad Programs

Five students pose in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris

Why study abroad?

Studying and traveling abroad will not only enhance your cultural knowledge and broaden your horizons; it will also develop your knowledge of the business and fashion industries in an increasingly global marketplace. 

LIM College offers both short term travel abroad programs in the winter and summer semesters, as well as semester long student exchange programs in the fall and spring.

It’s a good idea to start thinking about studying abroad early in your college career because it takes careful planning. Whether you’re thinking about a semester abroad or interested in a short travel program, start your research online by looking at all the programs we have to offer or attend a study abroad information session!

Upcoming Information Sessions

All Information Sessions begin at 1:15 PM and will end at approximately 2 PM, unless otherwise noted.

  • Monday, November 17th - Summer 2015 French Fashion Analysis (Paris, France) Information Session - 5th Avenue Building, Room 0502
  • Monday, November 17th - Business, Culture, and Fashion in China Information Session - 5th Avenue Building, Room 0505 (Computer Lab)
  • Tuesday, November 18th at 3PM - Summer 2015 French Fashion Analysis (Paris, France) Information Session - 5th Avenue Building, Conference Room **This information session takes place at 3PM.**
  • Wednesday, November 19th - Semester Exchange in Madrid, Spain Information Session - 5th Avenue Building, Room 0503
  • Monday, November 24th - Summer 2015 French Fashion Analysis (Paris, France) Information Session - Townhouse, Room 5331
  • Tuesday, December 2nd at 3PM - Business, Culture, and Fashion in China Information Session - Maxwell Hall, Third Floor Conference Room **This information session takes place at 3PM.**

Explore our Study Abroad blogs to learn about LIM College students' experiences studying and traveling throughout the world.

 


Cross Cultural Analysis 2014

LIM College's annual Cross-Cultural Analysis trip took students, alumni, faculty and administrators to Amsterdam and Paris in Jan. 2014.


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