CLASSROOM [ˈKLASˌRO͞OM] - ANY PLACE WHERE ONE LEARNS OR GAINS EXPERIENCE
By studying abroad, students broaden their understanding of the world and enter new, distinct, and stimulating learning environments. From gaining an appreciation for Irish archaeology with visits to the Aran Islands, to conducting research on coastal and marine ecosystems in Panama, to examining the social change and development of indigenous communities in Cameroon, the study abroad classroom knows no limits!
What Courses Can I take while abroad?
Students take credit-bearing courses in their major, minor and core, and can engage in internships, research and service-learning while abroad. Some required courses, however, are not accessible in all study abroad programs. We therefore recommend talking with your Academic Advisor and meeting a Study Abroad Advisor early in your Siena career to better prepare for an academically-invigorating international experience!
For further information, review our Helpful Hints for Study Abroad with details on courses you should take here at Siena and courses your should save for your program abroad.
Where will i live abroad?
With our semester and summer abroad programs, accommodation varies from residence halls, to apartment-style living, to homestays with local families! Some programs only offer one type of housing option, so be sure to discuss your interests with your Study Abroad Advisor.